Listen in while designers slash healthcare entrepreneurs,
Tina Park and Miya Osaki, share their revelries and
wrongdoings of running a business.
Things are about to get weird.
Hey Yah, No friends! Do you miss us yet? It’s been a whole month since we released our last episode of season 3. Lucky for you, we’ve been working hard to bring you our first ever BONUS episode of Yah, No.
If you loved Episode 29–Disability and Social-Minded Design, where we had our conversation with extraordinaire Sara Hendren–(stats don’t lie, we know you loved it), then we can’t wait for you to listen to this surprise follow up episode.
Be sure to tune in as we round out our conversation about design, disability and accessibility with Sara’s insights on aging, dependence, and adaptation, and how we can start to reframe our assumptions about what makes a good life. It’s just a little something to get you through these last hot summer months while you eagerly await our brand new season.
Hello Yah, No Friends!
This season we chose to focus on Stories of Health because we believe that stories empower patients, create connections, and facilitate discovery. Yah, No has always been a platform to explore how our work ties into larger changes that are happening in the world, and we hope that you enjoyed listening to these stories as much as we loved sharing.
Season 4 launches in September, and we’re so excited to share with you 10 brand new episodes boasting a seriously impressive guest list of champions and changemakers in the healthcare industry and beyond. Make sure to follow us on Instagram– @yahnopodcast– for updates as we journey into the next season. And as always, please subscribe, leave a review, and share your headphones if your friends want to listen too!
Thanks again to our friends and invincible women leaders Siri Betts-Sonstegard, Dr. Lalita Abhyankar and Sara Hendren, for sharing your time and your wisdom with us this season.
And to our heroic crew:
Music by Ches Smith
Recorded at Figure 8 Studios by Michael P. Coleman and Lily Wen
Edited & Produced by Tory Flack
Promo & content support by Timo Ho, Catherine Rehwinkle and Saadiya Mutawakil
The Yah, No crew
Health inequity is a real problem. And we’re mad about it. Minorities are underrepresented as changemakers in healthcare and often overlooked as patients.
It’s our last episode of Season 3, and if this one feels personal, that’s because it is. Join us for the finale, as Miya and Tina discuss inclusion in healthcare — or lack thereof — and how the danger of biases in systems has affected their own families.
But there is hope! M+T also talk about people who bring empathy, understanding and innovative methods of working, and how designers can help affect real change.
We believe that healthcare is a human right, and designers should play a role in this conversation.
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