This Penn State Project ECHO series for primary care clinicians and hospitalists with limited access to palliative care specialists is designed to address care strategies for improving the quality of life for patients living with serious illness.
This training provides an overview of human subjects research at Penn State and will be presented by Courtney Karmelita.
The Woodward Center for Excellence in Health Sciences Education will present a webinar with Dr. Nancy Adams and Dr. Lisa Shantz on adapting large-group sessions for remote learning.
This Penn State Project ECHO series for health care providers will focus on using a set of four evidence-based elements of high-quality care, known as the 4Ms, when providing care to all older adults.
This group discussion on stress management is designed for graduate students.
Nancy Adams, MLIS, EdD, and Lisa Shantz, PhD, will present a workshop on "Adapting Large-Group Sessions for Remote Learning" in conjunction with the Woodward Center's EdVenture 2020 celebration.
"Rerandomization to Improve Covariate Balance in Experiments" will be presented by Kari Lock Morgan, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, Penn State.
Members of Penn State senior leadership are holding a virtual town hall devoted to answering the University community’s questions regarding how Penn State continues to manage the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
This Penn State Project ECHO series is designed to equip primary care providers and staff to implement telehealth services and leverage virtual care strategies to prevent, prepare for and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Penn State College of Medicine is offering a new learning series for medical students to encourage an open mind, scientific skepticism and critical appraisal of academic literature.
Penn State Neurosurgery experts discuss treatment of neurological conditions including brain tumors and spinal disorders on abc27 Brainstorm.