Medical Innovation – Kit Yamoyo and its value chain

On Saturday (12-Sep-15) I had the honour of presenting our work at the Royal Society of Medicine’s 11th Medical Innovations Summit 2015. There was huge interest in what we have achieved and our plans for the future with some 40 tweets about the presentation – some with pictures: You can view and/or download my presentation on […]

Top 10 achievements in 2011

2009’s top 10 | 2010’s top 10 1. Co-design of the ColaLife Trial We first visited Zambia in October 2010 to gauge interest in a trial there of the ColaLife idea. We got an overwhelmingly positive response and so started working with key local partners on a plan. We visited again in January and May to meet […]

ColaLife research Northern Uganda

Click image to download the report (PDF, 684KB) I’ve reported before on the work of a group of young people from Kings College London in Northern Uganda: WeCan Ugan. WeCan Ugan work in partnership a local grassroots NGO called HORARD (Hope Revival Agency for Rural Development) in an area that was changed forever and faces unique […]

Convening Power

As it is the weekend(!) I am affording myself the luxury of straying from the day-to-day of ColaLife to write down the things I’ve been saying about “Convening Power” during recent presentations (Royal Society of Medicine, TEDx Berlin) and how we’ve used this to get where we’ve got with the ColaLife project. The term, Convening […]

ColaLife is the Royal Society of Medicine’s ‘Lecture of the Week’

I am very pleased that the Royal Society of Medicine has chosen my presentation at the innovations event as their ‘Lecture of the Week’. Click here to view it on the RSM website.

Royal Society of Medicine presentation now live

For those of you who were unable to make the ColaLife presentation at the Royal Society of Medicine last Thursday (24/2/11), you can now watch the presentation here. This has been very cleverly put together by the guys at Inclusive Digital TV who have synchronised the video with the slides in a very effective way. A […]

The Royal Society of Medicine | the exit conversation

This is just a quick post to put everybody’s mind at rest. Despite the anxiety going into the Royal Society of Medicine last night (24/2/11) to deliver a presentation of ColaLife – it seemed to go quite well and I got lots of really good questions and made some great contacts. As tends to happen […]