This Penn State Project ECHO series for health care providers is designed to improve treatment access for patients facing unique challenges related to Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) in rural communities.
The Department of Humanities at Penn State College of Medicine has planned its next Humanities Grand Rounds and History of Medicine Lecture, "Race, Gender and Region in the Flexner Report," which will be presented by Moya Bailey, PhD.
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 event, hosted by the organization's Dauphin County interfaith and multicultural employee affinity groups, will be an open dialogue on how different faiths and teachings promote racial harmony and respect.
"Growing Up Without Mirrors: Primary Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic" will be presented by Rebecca Etz, PhD, associate professor of family medicine and population health at Virginia Commonwealth University and co-director of the Larry A. Green Center - Advancing Primary Health Care for the Public Good.
Penn State Health and College of Medicine faculty and staff are invited to an exclusive, virtual screening and panel discussion of "The Gene: An Intimate History."
Penn State Health Heart and Vascular Institute surgeons discuss heart disease symptoms and the benefits of the cardiac rehab program. Meet patients who are doing well after lifesaving vascular surgery.