Impacting the World: Stories of Change in Global Health

It’s no secret that the world is becoming a smaller place. Innovations in travel, technology and communication are all helping to bring people from different parts of the globe together. All of this is giving us a clearer picture that we struggle and celebrate the same things as well as showing that we all need […]

Behind the Scenes With Health eVillages

I recently had the opportunity to head out to San Francisco to attend the Health 2.0 conference – I was pretty jazzed since this would be my third time out there since first attending as a volunteer in 2008. I think as the Health 2.0 field has matured over the past few years, there have […]

My Top 5 Moments at the Clinton Global Initiative Meeting

Pulse + Signal guest correspondent, Ana Tellez, attended the recent Clinton Global Initiative meeting in NYC – here is her recap of the world-changing event. A couple of weeks ago I had the opportunity to attend the Clinton Global Initiative Meeting that was held in New York City. Security was tight, the star-power was bright, […]

Covering the Clinton Global Initiative

Guest post by Ana Tellez, a Senior Health Writer at CommunicateHealth. She is currently pursuing her M.A. in Communication & Education at Columbia University’s Teachers College where she is researching the intersection of technology design and health literacy. Greetings, Pulse + Signalers! This week the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) is hosting its annual meeting in […]

SXSW Health: What’s Coming and What’s Missing

Guest post written by Cristian Liu, recently involved in Dept. of Health and Human Services innovation projects. His passions surround entrepreneurship, technology and healthcare. Get ready to be blown away (hopefully). After last years official debut of a health track, the quality of entries seems to have picked from a quick analysis of 99 submissions […]