Tag Archives: medicine

What’s Wrong with Medical & Drug Research?

by senior futurist Richard Worzel, C.F.A. Suppose you were a high school teacher who had just taken a job at a new school, and that you agreed to take over as the coach of the basketball team. You look at … Continue reading

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The Future of Nursing & Health Care: A Matter of Choice

by senior futurist Richard Worzel, C.F.A. The future of health care in North America is going to be difficult, full of arguments, budget controversies, regrettable patient outcomes, and political interference. Yet, contained within this problematic outlook is a surprising fact: … Continue reading

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Printing the Future: The Implications of 3D Printing

by futurist Kit Worzel 3D printers are a big fad these days. Tech geeks go on and about what they can do with them, and how neat they are, but how close are we to being able to do anything … Continue reading

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Scary Superbugs: Your Money, or Your Life

by futurist Kit Worzel What would a world without antibiotics be like? Unfortunately, we know all too well from history. Here’s what our future could look like without them: Marjorie was working at her favorite pastime, woodworking, planing a piece … Continue reading

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Towards an Immortal Brain

by futurist Kit Worzel, B.Sc. In my last blog I wrote about longevity and how there were a number of possibilities as to how we could make the body last longer. I touched on the brain, but only briefly, because … Continue reading

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12 Trends for 2012

by futurist Richard Worzel, C.F.A. The year ahead is going to be a tumultuous one, challenging in political, economic, and financial terms. Despite this, there are opportunities for those prepared to take advantage of them, because uncertain times mean that … Continue reading

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Health Care to 2035, Part II

How will health care evolve from where it is today to where it might be in 25 years? That’s the subject of this blog. Continue reading

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Health Care to the Year 2035

How will health care change over the next 25 years? Here’s one possible scenario. Continue reading

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