Nyes CollaborativeÂ harnesses the skills of its collaborators through online and offline communities around the globe. It provides a space for mutual mentorship to amplify projects and thought in the public health domain.
Many health professionals study together, train together, work together and learn to collaborate in the treatment of individual patients. However, the benefits of this collaboration are rarely scaled up to a health systems level or beyond specific specialties and challenges. Consequently, the health industry is often fragmented, lacking the necessary collaboration for sustainable solutions.
Addressing this fragmentation is a challenge for everyone in and around the health sector. Solutions are often found unexpectedly in conversation; the kind of conversation that redeems a difficult clinical experience, illuminates recalcitrant problems or sparks novel ideas at unexpected hours.
Nyes Collaborative provides a vehicle to sustain efforts in health as professionals, academics, clinicians, authors and students. It works by nurturing the promise of sudden epiphanies into mature, evidence-based discussions.
We need to bridge disciplines to employ the best strategies to create sustainable change in health. The Collaborative creates stronger inter- and intra-disciplinary threads of conversation, striving to connect experts across multiple domains to enable the innovation and progress healthcare so requires.
The Collaborative is comprised of professionals from around the world who share a passion for aÂ cohesive, innovative and sustainable approach to the betterment of health worldwide. Click here to see a few of their profiles.
Collaborators bring a wide range of expertise, interests and perspectives from all corners of theÂ world and are regularly joining our network. What really makes this group unique is that everyone has direct experience with theÂ kinds of challenges that inspired the founding of Nyes Institute. Our collaborators know how to workÂ together efficiently, and want to be part of the bigger picture of health care.