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TEDxMaastricht by Mind Map: TEDxMaastricht

1. Session 1: Why?

1.1. Simon Sinek

1.1.1. "You should start with why"

1.1.2. Notes on Talk If people are together who believe what others believe, trust emerges Children are our most valuable possesions Split in organisation focus on competition vs on self people reminding you why you come to work in the organisation: vs losing yourself Sense of Why Babyboom Generation Y Ages Nothing replaces human contact Human interaction our survival depends on human interaction Human interaction luxury? Your network only online? A business conference vs online meeting Trust is about human interaction

1.1.3. Background @simonsinek Facebook TED-talk 2009 TED-profile Books Start with Why Wiki-page Website

1.2. Coen van Veenendaal

1.2.1. "Just do it!"

1.2.2. Notes on Talk Why? 47 year old friend that died Create absurd ideas never ever quit be the change you want to be What Cycle Alpe D'huez 6 times fundraised more than 300.000 EUR This year...20 Million EUR will be fundraised Research A study chair: living with cancer rehabilitation What happens when you are satisfied? How does your money help people with cancer in India? Let's not die from cancer anymore Crazy? how long will it take? We said... we will do it in 10 years How?

1.2.3. Background @Coen66 Linkedin Website Website Alpe d'huzes Website Inspire2Live Open oncology day video

1.3. Renger Witkamp

1.3.1. "Health: the ability to adapt to an ever changing environment"

1.3.2. Are you healthy? WHO Health is a state of complete physial mental en social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity disempowered patients 10 different medications 8 clinical guidelines 3 MDs possible to by healthier? System biology matrix patient it is not to prevent disease, but to ensure health

1.3.3. Background Wiki Pubmed papers Open access Pubmed papers LinkdIn TNO magazine

1.4. Luciano Floridi

1.4.1. “The fourth technological revolution”

1.4.2. Notes on Talk Three revolutions Earth centre of the universe(Copernicus) We are the king of the biology-game (Darwin) We are in full control of ourselves (Freud) we are interconnected, we live in an infosphere The fourth technological revolution phisolophy why is this technological revolution important`? Why is it important for health?

1.4.3. Background @floridi Website Philosophyofinformation Wiki Books Information: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) Philosophy and Computing: An Introduction World Science Festival video Creating Consciousness

1.5. Luuk Simons

1.5.1. “From disease management to lifestyle management?”

1.5.2. Notes on Talk we have ill health because of bad lifestyles Obesity is trending in the US it is not about obesity, and it's not about the US We are not aging normally we are not doing right things to our body There's a factor 50 difference in types of cancer between NL and some other geographical areas It is not our DNA only 25% is DNA 75% is lifestyle How are we dealing with health in NL? Costs have been rising It is our problem Disease is bad luck We don't want to change Future

1.5.3. Background Linked-in TU delft page

2. Session 2: What?

2.1. Sophie van der Stap

2.1.1. “Girl with the nine wigs”

2.1.2. Notes on Talk Whats on the mind of a teenager? Not cancer.. Bending roads

2.1.3. Background Personal webpage wiki (Dutch) Youtube video from 2:50 onwards (Dutch) Book Girl with the nine wigs En wat als dit liefde is Een blauwe vlinder zegt gedag Facebook

2.2. Wolter Mooi

2.2.1. “Guiding current routines of future doctors”

2.2.2. Notes on Talk Pink Elepant in the room Routine New things Courses Health 2.0 Activator of students: new role of teachers

2.2.3. Background @wjmooi Facebook Profile (Dutch) Article "Colleges pathologie verfilmd"(Dutch) The essence of senescence Metastatic melanoma of the ampulla of Vater. Books Pathology of Melanocytic Disorders 2ed

2.3. Frans Hiddema

2.3.1. “The least used resource: patient”

2.3.2. Notes on Talk Talk starts in the dark fear of becoming blind fear of the dark Safety How safe is being admitted to a hospital? Airline safety before safety regulations: current situation in hospital Patient Empowerment it's your disease it's your body it's your life!

2.3.3. background Linkedin TEDx Talk @ TEDxRotterdam Book Wandelende takken

2.4. Jan Gunnarsson

2.4.1. “Hostmanship: the art of making people feel welcome”

2.4.2. Notes on Talk 'A world where people feel expected and welcome' What if people in hospitals were also seen as guests? - a mind set The people who work for you should also feel welcomed Feeling autentic as an individual and welcome one self.

2.4.3. Background Book Hostmanship Website Hostmanship @jangunnarsson Linkedin TEDx talk @ TEDxStockholm

2.5. Ragna van den Berg

2.5.1. Tedxmaastricht

2.5.2. Notes on the talk first nurse after that a patient after 3 weeks from hospital to rehabilitation centre

2.5.3. Background @ragnaja Blog Linkedin

2.6. Daniel Kraft

2.6.1. “What’s next in healthcare?”

2.6.2. Notes on Talk Mitochondrial DNA common K1a1b1a How I met Harriet Major Challenges in healthcare and technology\ Using technology to leverage change Singularity University: Medicine Biomedicine Electronic medical patient records Robotics Online consultations Quantified Self Your mirrors diagnosing you Wireless diapers? for your kids? Augmentet reality Ipill Microrobots Lab on a chip 23andme / decodeme Systems biology Stem cells Daniel talks soooooo fast... can't keep up.. give up.. check the video instead!

2.6.3. Background Wiki TED profile Linkedin TED talk Facebook

3. Session 3: How?

3.1. Lucien Engelen

3.1.1. “Let’s start saving lives by crowdsourcing”

3.1.2. Notes on Talk We have to start listening to patients not a scientific way, but just listen New technology make it easy to use crowdsourcing Started to share the weightlosing process with his followers followers interacted and gave advice Peer pressure is useful

3.1.3. Background Blog Zorg20 Linkedin Social Mention

3.2. Wouter Bos

3.2.1. “Is technology the answer to the rising costs of healthcare?“

3.2.2. Notes on Talk most frequelently asked question why did you leave finance for health the rising costs of healthcare pessimist story technology will not solve the cost problems the disease is always smarter than we are Healthcare costs will not decrease because of the named mechanisms the way we handle health is not sustainable

3.2.3. Background Wiki Website @wouterbosnieuws book Dit land kan zoveel beter (Dutch) Pressreleases Dutch

3.3. Tim Hurson

3.3.1. “The shock of the possible”

3.3.2. Notes on Talk Innovation And we all know it! Why? The future is not the present part II Now here is my plan

3.3.3. Background Website Wiki @tim_hurson Video "Creative problem solving" Facebook Book Think Better: An Innovator's Guide to Productive Thinking Linkedin

3.4. Pieter Kubben

3.4.1. “From medical knowledge to practical healthcare”

3.4.2. Notes on Talk Neuromind Iphone Ipad Android Best Possible treatment Scientific literature Physician experience Patient Preference

3.4.3. Background Website @DigNeurosurgeon Linkedin Articles Neurosurgical apps for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android. Neurosurgical videos going mobile Neurosurgical content for mobile devices Twitter for neurosurgeons Neurodss Blog

3.5. Compassion4care

3.5.1. Salmaan Sana Background @salmaansana Facebook Rocking the audience

3.5.2. Webpage

3.5.3. Core team Anne Spanjaard Tessa Backhuijs Stanley Lambertus Susanne Laumer Floris Barthel Harriet Messing Lucien Engelen

4. Session 4: Who?

4.1. David deBronkart

4.1.1. “e-Patient Dave”

4.1.2. Notes on Talk This is the year of the patien rising I almost died but found out i was almost dead already. People would talk anout patients as if they were not in te room I am here on behalve of all the patients patients trying to making care better Whole earth catalog Acces to information holds us back

4.1.3. Background @ePatientDave Blog Social mention

4.2. Thomas Power

4.2.1. “The end of organizations as we know them”

4.2.2. Notes on Talk Community organisation vs Corporations What you see in the middle east you will see in every corporation and every government in the world Message: embrace communities Don't try to control communities sorry...internet didn't work fully... sorry!

4.2.3. Background @thomaspower Blog

4.3. Lawrence Sherman

4.3.1. “Turning medical education inside out and upside down”

4.3.2. Notes on Talk Turning medical education upside down They don't know what they don't know Turning medical education inside out A numbers game 4 + 4 + 40 2 + 2 = 4 New curriculum Involve the patient throughout the medical education continuum CME / CPD Do physicians know what they need to know? Why aren't patients involved in continuing professional development

4.3.3. Background @meducate Linked-in ReachMD

4.4. Nicolette Mak

4.4.1. “Purpose, perception and power”

4.4.2. Notes on Talk When I was seven I became ill Acute appendix after some months I got sick again She's not ill.. she just doesn't want to live w her parents School got messed up At 14 started working in coffee shop Missed story due to internet connection Started courier company Missed some story Maurice My doctor is my sparring partner Am I disabled? No I am able!

4.4.3. Background Linked-in @nicolettemak Speakersacademy Webpage: validpeople

4.5. Fred Lee

4.5.1. “What if Disney ran your hospital?”

4.5.2. Notes on Talk Who? Hans Selye Walt Disney Deming Mother Teresa Who does not belong here... innovation is making nusual connections it's not about service but about experience experiences occur with any individual who has been engaged in a personal and memorabel way on an emotional, physicial, intellectal, or even spiritual level

4.5.3. Background What can we learn from Mickey Mouse

4.6. Bas Bloem

4.6.1. “From God to Guide”


4.6.3. Notes on Talk makes great entrance - parody on doctor-patient relationship in the ideal doctor-patient relationship there is no hierarchy patients have remarkable abilities left to compensate for their disease the doctors are unaware of the patients' abilities that are left it is time for doctors to descend and become a guide this is not a world where patients are ruling or bossing their doctor, of which traditional doctors are afraid Compassion 4 patients

4.6.4. background Linked-in @basbloem Blog ParkisonNet

5. Session 5: TEDx You

5.1. Paul Iske

5.1.1. Notes on Talk “Happy hour of brilliant Healthcare Failures” Insert notes here - collaps after editing fear reduction Conditions for change If you work in a complex environment Criteria for brilliant failures

5.1.2. Background Linked-in @pauliske De Pers Leve de briljante mislukking TEDxEutropolos Website (dutch) Website (english)

5.2. Melvin Samson

5.2.1. Notes on Talk “Wrapping up TEDxMaastricht” Insert notes here - collaps after editing

5.3. TedxChallenge

5.3.1. Remco Hoogendijk Background Linked-in @ocmer

5.3.2. Frits van der Sman Background Linked-in Ziptalk

5.3.3. Emma Bruns Background Linked-in @emmabruns NTVG podium TEDxAmsterdam talk

6. Mindmap authors

6.1. Paul de Roos

6.1.1. @paulderoos

6.1.2. Parkinson's Disease Summer School Parkinson's Disease Teamwork in Healthcare Innovation in Education The motivation of the student The Life of a patient Creativity in Research

6.1.3. Mindmapping like crazy

6.2. Joost Brillemans

6.2.1. @jbrillemans

6.2.2. Linkedin

6.2.3. TEDxAmsterdam

6.2.4. Searching for background info

6.3. Andrea Solnes Miltenburg

6.3.1. @AndreaSoMi

6.3.2. Linkedin

6.3.3. Kenya Classic Support Andrea Biking 360km in 6 days through Kenya 22-29th of October 5000 EUR funding per participant for AMREF Flying Doctors

6.3.4. Mindmapping away