Do you know someone who is committed to enacting change or is a valuable mentor?
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.
Wednesday, April 7: Jonathan Frazier will play the piano in the Main Lobby Wednesday, April 21: Jonathan Frazier will play the piano in the UPC Lobby
Wednesday, April 7: Julie Nevel will play the piano in the PSCI Lobby Wednesday, April 14: Julie Nevel will play the piano in the Main Lobby Wednesday, April 28: Julie […]
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Wednesday, April 7: Michael Marini will play the piano in the Main Lobby Wednesday, April 14: Michael Marini will play the piano in the Main Lobby Wednesday, April 21: Michael […]
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.
Catherine Mello, PhD, assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at Penn State Berks, will present a webinar on “Evaluating and improving service trajectories for families of children with autism in Québec, Canada.”
In this free workshop, participants will use design thinking principles to help them prototype an idea that addresses an issue they encounter in their everyday environment.
Penn State Center for Health Organization Transformation (CHOT) hosts its virtual Smart Health Research Colloquium from 4:30 to 6 p.m. on April 7.
Lion's Pantry provides essential groceries to any student on the Hershey campus experiencing food insecurity.
This talk will compare and contrast three pandemics and assess which platforms and concepts employed to address COVID-19 could reasonably be expected to address not only inevitable future pandemics with unknown or unforeseen microbes, but to address endemic diseases with pandemic potential.