Press Releases, Perspectives From Our Experts, and Ariadne Labs in the News
Ariadne Labs is pleased to announce the kick-off of the application process for the Ariadne Labs Spark Grant Program for 2022 – 2023. Ariadne Labs is committed to the pursuit of simple, innovative healthcare solutions that save lives and reduce suffering, and our Spark Grant program is an important generator of new ideas and projects… Continue reading Announcing Spark Grant Opportunities for 2022-2023
The Checklist should be just one part of an overall strategy to achieve high-quality maternal and neonatal care Since launching in 2015, the WHO Safe Childbirth Checklist has been regarded as an important tool in closing safety gaps in maternal and neonatal care. But, as a recent commentary co-authored by Ariadne Labs’ BetterBirth Program, Jhpiego,… Continue reading New Commentary Highlights Unfinished Research Agenda for WHO Safe Childbirth Checklist
Health care delivery innovation grants support early-stage work to close gaps in obstetrics, palliative care, surgical care, and more.
Dr. David Levine speaks with NPR to discuss the availability and benefits of the home hospital model across the US.
In October 2021, Amber Weiseth, DNP, MSN, RNC-OB, became the new Director of the Delivery Decisions Initiative (DDI) at Ariadne Labs and the lab’s only director with a nursing background, “which I believe is an honor,” Weiseth said. Weiseth brings 18 years experience as a perinatal nurse to DDI, a research and social impact program focused… Continue reading A Q&A with Amber Weiseth, Director of the Delivery Decisions Initiative
Dr. Daniela Lamas joins NPR’s Morning Edition to discuss the risk of compassion fatigue amongst health care workers for the unvaccinated.
Dr. Rebecca Weintraub in ABC News on the rapid spread of omicron cases and the impact on our hospitals.
Dr. Robert Green joins Nightlife with Philip Clark to discuss how precision medicine is changing the way we manage disease.
Dr. Eric Goralnick in the New York Times on the return of mass vaccination sites.
Drs. Juliet Jacobson, Rachelle Bernacki, and Jo Paladino pen a JAMA Viewpoint on serious illness communication.