Health & Wellbeing

Point of Care Around the World: Antipolo’s Barangay Health Workers

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The Conduit’s “Point of Care Around the World” series was created in collaboration with the Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation, which catalyses efforts to respond to the human resource crisis in global health and build a thriving workforce.

David Nutt on How Psychedelics Can Change Your Life

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Are you ready to change your mind? Professor David Nutt joins us to cut through the noise and share his discoveries from more than a decade of scientific research.

Seven considerations for strengthening your imagination muscle

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Where do good ideas come from and how can we have more of them? Albert Read and Will Gompertz’s mission to place the imagination at the forefront of our lives led to an illuminating discussion at The Conduit which yielded many thought-provoking takeaways.

Sabrina Dhowre Elba’s journey to becoming confident in her own skin

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Sabrina Dhowre Elba is the CEO of a skincare brand, a model, an activist, and a UN Goodwill Ambassador. She joined us at The Conduit to share her insights on a range of topics, from ethical business and climate change, to gender equality and running a business with her husband Idris Elba.

An Evening with Sabrina Dhowre Elba

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We had an enlightening evening with the remarkable Sabrina Dhowre Elba, where we discussed her innovative and award-winning skincare company, S'ABLE Labs, and her impactful role as a UN Goodwill Ambassador.

Why the Pursuit of Perfection is Bad for Your Health

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Society places impossible pressures on each and every one of us to be perfect. How can we resist and preserve our mental health? LSE behavioural scientist Thomas Curran joins us with answers.

It’s never too late to start to embrace serendipity

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When the Futurenauts addressed an audience at The Conduit, our reporter Lucia was present. Little did she know that she would end the night with a desire to take up tango after inspiring a stranger to grow their own mushrooms. In a world where we're evermore in our bubbles, how can we learn to lean into the unexpected and serendipitous?

To rebuild an NHS fit for all, it needs to look back to its roots

The NHS is in a crisis and inequalities entrenched within the system are affecting women and ethnic minorities - the very people who keep the NHS running. Victor Adebowale argues that an NHS that does better by them will serve everyone better.

The Transformative Power of Everyday Wonder

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In search of the secret to happiness, psychologist Dacher Keltner spoke to everyone from hospice workers to prisoners to Steven Spielberg. In this interactive talk, he reveals the answer.

The Future of the NHS with Dr Anita Raja & Dr Julia Patterson

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The cold winter weather combined with the fuel crisis and inflation has created chaos within our beloved health service. Nurses and other medical workers made the difficult decision to strike after years of being underpaid and undervalued. Ambulance waiting times soared during the year’s busiest period and it’s left many asking what can be done to fix the crisis.