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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.

    Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 5: Temie Giwa-Tubosun

    Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 5: Temie Giwa-Tubosun

    Paul’s guest in this episode is Temie Giwa-Tubosun, Founder and CEO of LifeBank. She speaks about the role of technology such as data, blockchain and drones, in finding creative solutions to both entrenched and new healthcare challenges, the critical need for responsive and resilient supply chains and how to develop strategic partnerships to ensure emergency healthcare provision.

    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.

    • 36 min
    Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 4: Caitlin Dolkart

    Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 4: Caitlin Dolkart

    In this episode, Paul’s guest is Caitlin Dolkart, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Flare, dubbed the ‘Uber for ambulances’ by the African start-up ecosystem. She explains how Flare has been designed to support the needs of emergency workers on the ground, the innovations they introduced to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, and why every government should be paying healthcare professionals more.

    This episode is part of a 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 3: Dr. Laura Stachel

    Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 3: Dr. Laura Stachel

    In this episode Dr. Laura Stachel, Co-founder and Executive Director of We Care Solar, joins Paul to talk about the importance of clean reliable electricity in providing quality maternal healthcare, the role of technology in empowering local communities, and the urgent need to eradicate energy poverty to ensure all health workers have the essential resources they need to save lives.

    This episode is part of a 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.

    • 39 min
    Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 2: Dr Betty Mirembe

    Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 2: Dr Betty Mirembe

    Description: Paul’s guest in this episode is Dr Betty Mirembe, County Director of mothers2mothers in Uganda. She explains why the community healthcare model of mothers2mothers has been so successful in eliminating paediatric AIDS, how technology and data can be used to scale healthcare delivery systems in local communities and the importance of working with government and local partners to scale and increase the reach of their services.

    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
    Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 1: Peter Drobac

    Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit Episode 1: Peter Drobac

    In this episode Peter Drobac, Director of the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship joins Paul to talk about the investments we need to make to create a more equitable healthcare system and the lessons we can learn from COVID-19, in Rwanda and beyond, to better prepare and rebuild our healthcare systems for the future.

    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.

    • 46 min
    Coutts 'A Sustainable Life' in association with The Conduit Episode 6: Skye Gyngell

    Coutts 'A Sustainable Life' in association with The Conduit Episode 6: Skye Gyngell

    In this episode, Paul welcomes Skye Gyngell, award-winning chef and author. Skye explains why a produce-first, seasonal approach to cooking is so close to her heart, shares the steps she took to eliminate single-use plastic from her restaurant, Spring in Somerset House, and gives her top tips for eating more sustainably at home.

    This episode is part of a new series, created in partnership with Coutts, examining how we can embed purpose and sustainability into our everyday lives. From responsible investment to electric vehicles to eco-conservation, we’re exploring the new technology, partnerships and initiatives helping us all to lead cleaner and greener lives.

    • 36 min

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