Using Modern Day Anthropology to Understand the Patient Journey, with Renee Willmon, Behavioral Scientist and Self Care Catalysts

Using Modern Day Anthropology to Understand the Patient Journey, with Renee Willmon, Behavioral Scientist and Self Care Catalysts

Anthropologists are experts at pulling together disparate pieces of information that leads to insights about how and why people behave in certain ways. There are forensic anthropologists who don’t just study ancient graves, but modern crime scenes.

Renee Willmon is one of these modern anthropologists now working with Self Care Catalysts to uncover what leads people to behave in certain ways when managing their conditions. She’s the Manager of Behavior Science at Self Care Catalysts and we had the chance to talk about what’s changing in the world of evidence, real world, modern-time evidence for what works and what doesn’t in diseases and treatments. Have a listen.

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Ethan Basch, MD, on the Importance of the Patient Journey to Clinical Trials

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A conversation with Dr. Brian Modena on the complexities of Severe Asthma