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Conduit Conversations is a podcast by The Conduit, bringing you pioneers at the cutting-edge of social change. Every episode, Conduit co-founder and Chief Creative Officer, Paul van Zyl, will be in conversation with exceptional people working to create a better future, in order to inspire you to do the same. Hear about the experiences that shaped them, the lessons they’ve learned and the practical advice they’d give to anyone looking to make a positive impact.

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Conduit Conversations is a podcast by The Conduit, bringing you pioneers at the cutting-edge of social change. Every episode, Conduit co-founder and Chief Creative Officer, Paul van Zyl, will be in conversation with exceptional people working to create a better future, in order to inspire you to do the same. Hear about the experiences that shaped them, the lessons they’ve learned and the practical advice they’d give to anyone looking to make a positive impact.

    Ralph Lauren ‘Don’t Forget About Love’ in association with The Conduit Episode 1: Deborah James

    Ralph Lauren ‘Don’t Forget About Love’ in association with The Conduit Episode 1: Deborah James

    In this episode, Paul’s guest is author, podcast and campaigner Deborah James, returning to the podcast for the second time. They discuss what Deborah has learned from sharing the story of her bowel cancer with her social media community, the importance of not allowing cancer patients to be forgotten during the COVID pandemic, and her techniques for staying positive and holding on to hope.

    This episode is part of a new series exploring the role that love plays in inspiring us to face significant challenges, such as living with cancer and mental health struggles. Throughout the series, created in partnership with Ralph Lauren’s Pink Pony and Champion Better Lives initiatives, we’ll hear from inspirational speakers from across the globe as they share stories of love in all its guises, from personal relationships to community activism.

    • 35 min
    Episode 10: Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 10: Joanne Peter

    Episode 10: Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 10: Joanne Peter

    In this episode, Paul is joined by Joanne Peter, a Director of Social Innovation for Johnson & Johnson Global Community Impact. Joanne explains why strong community health systems are vital both during the COVID-19 pandemic and in the long-term, shares the lessons we must learn from tackling HIV/AIDS outbreaks, and tells Paul why she believes that a multi-disciplinary approach is best for aspiring healthcare professionals.

    This episode is part of a new series, created in partnership with the Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation, investigating the trends, challenges and opportunities in the global healthcare sector. What does it take to create a truly equitable healthcare system? From entrepreneurs to investors to community workers from across the globe, this series we’re speaking to the people aligning capital, technology and purpose to find the answer.

    • 31 min
    Episode 9: Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit

    Episode 9: Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit

    Paul’s guest in this episode is Loyce Pace, President and Executive Director of the Global Health Council. She explains what equity in global health and global health leadership should look like, why national and international cooperation post-pandemic is so important and the vital role the WHO and other multi-lateral organisations play.

     

    This episode is part of a new series, created in partnership with the Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation, investigating the trends, challenges and opportunities in the global healthcare sector. What does it take to create a truly equitable healthcare system? From entrepreneurs to investors to community workers from across the globe, this series we’re speaking to the people aligning capital, technology and purpose to find the answer.

    • 44 min
    Episode 8: Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 8: Alice Lin Fabiano

    Episode 8: Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 8: Alice Lin Fabiano

    Paul’s guest in this episode is Alice Lin Fabiano, Global Director at Johnson & Johnson Global Community Impact. She explains the work of Johnson & Johnson in supporting frontline healthcare workers and healthcare entrepreneurs, the growth of health technology and how it can used to augment healthcare outcomes and the importance of global leadership in accelerating the transition to an equitable healthcare system. 

     

    This episode is part of a new series, created in partnership with the Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation, investigating the trends, challenges and opportunities in the global healthcare sector. What does it take to create a truly equitable healthcare system? From entrepreneurs to investors to community workers from across the globe, this series we’re speaking to the people aligning capital, technology and purpose to find the answer.

    • 29 min
    Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 7: Josh Nesbit

    Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 7: Josh Nesbit

    In this episode Paul is joined by Josh Nesbit, CEO of Medic Mobile, a non-profit organisation using technology to improve healthcare in the hardest-to-reach communities. Josh explains the impact measurement framework that guides Medic Mobile’s approach, shares how data can be used to revolutionise healthcare in remote areas, and tells Paul why impact investors need to alter their expectations in order to achieve real change.

     

    This episode is part of a new series, created in partnership with the Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation, investigating the trends, challenges and opportunities in the global healthcare sector. What does it take to create a truly equitable healthcare system? From entrepreneurs to investors to community workers from across the globe, this series we’re speaking to the people aligning capital, technology and purpose to find the answer.

    • 35 min
    Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 6: Kieron Boyle

    Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 6: Kieron Boyle

    In this episode Paul is joined by Kieron Boyle, Chief Executive of Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity. Kieron explains why a place-based approach to healthcare is so important, the need for a narrative shift to see health as an asset and how we can design scalable solutions and interventions to tackle childhood obesity and air pollution.

    This episode is part of a new series, created in partnership with the Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation, investigating the trends, challenges and opportunities in the global healthcare sector. What does it take to create a truly equitable healthcare system? From entrepreneurs to investors to community workers from across the globe, this series we’re speaking to the people aligning capital, technology and purpose to find the answer.

    • 45 min

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