The new dimensions of health & wellbeing
This Ipsos webinar series is dedicated to helping our clients better understand the dynamics of today as they prepare for tomorrow. The focus is on sharing new perspectives, based on our latest research and analysis.
Our next episode will see us put the spotlight on how people can live better lives and consider how organisations can play a positive role in improving our wellbeing.
The backdrop is stark. Through one global public health crisis, another is being revealed. Levels of reported anxiety are as high as ever, with women and young people hit hardest. Around the world, 79% now say that our mental health is as important as our physical health.
Please join us as we build the toolkit for a better understanding of health and wellbeing in what remain very fluid and uncertain times.
- Are we OK? Drawing on our research from around the world, we take a step back to consider what the pandemic period is telling us about our new routines: how we live our lives, how we work and what we value most.
- Healthy Conversations? The language of wellness is evolving. We’ve been analysing the dynamics of what people are saying online about how they feel, how their routines are changing and who they look to for support. We assess the current state of play - and identify some emerging trends to watch.
- What to Expect Next? Whether it’s about the wearables and apps we use or how we interact with professionals, this is a landscape which is changing fast. We explore how new technologies can empower better lives – provided they can overcome some very real barriers and challenges.
Jennifer Hubber, Chief Client Officer, Head of Ipsos Global Client Organisation
Simon Atkinson, Chief Knowledge Officer, Ipsos Knowledge Centre
Helena Junqueira, Social Intelligence Analytics Lead in Brazil, Ipsos
Laila Idtaleb, Global Head of Client Activation, Social Intelligence Analytics, Ipsos
Reena Sooch, Head of Digital and Connected Health, Healthcare, Ipsos