Join us Sept 12 for where, when and how on everything qualitative ux research. I'm looking forward to presenting again alongside the incredible Priya Nayak, and meeting Jondelina Buckley. Come , and learn from myself and these amazing women in research. A perfect opportunity to ask questions!
September 12 Q&A with Heide Castañeda on her new book Borders Of Belonging a book about the pressing topic of Immigration in America and the impacts of immigration policies and practices.
Join us ! to support the growing community of researchers, designers, and PMs who are interested in using customer research to build the best products.There will be short talks, plenty of food and drinks, and Q&A. Come learn something new , and ask me questions on what i spoken on ,or anything!
This is our first open office hours . The idea is that you can stop by anytime between 12-4pm on Wednesday and ask me anything related to service design! If your curious about the filed or maybe you have questions for me personally about service design. Just pop on in on Wednesday I will happily answer any question you may have.
Our first book club and author Q&A of the year. Live Q&A on April 22nd ,with author and medical anthropologist Professor Eric Plemons on his new book the Look of a woman. A book on Facial Feminization Surgery and the Aims of Trans- Medicine. The disscusison will be lead by Dr. Marieke van Eijk. along with Eric Plemons.
Join us for Design in Health, a partnership between Evenings at the Loft and Health 2.0 Los Angeles.
Our quarterly series will explore the relationship between health and design, with the aim to bring together all types of practitioners. I will be a speaker!! The price for the event is $30- 37! Its worth it come here me speak on my reasearch about the redesign of clinical information needs, AI symptom checkers, and opioid prescribing in the safety net. . Click the link to RSVP and get more information!
Dscout’s Carrie Neill chats with me about my research on opioids, HIV, and why I didn’t grow up to be a psychologist. Check out the interview to learn more about why Rachel chose not to be a pscyologist , and chose to study the opioid crisis , and many of her other research studies!!