“Write from the Heart,” an eight-week, online creative writing workshop for adults with a history of cancer diagnosis, whether in active treatment or beyond.
This session discusses the historical impact and debate in using race in calculating eGFR.
This case-based Penn State Project ECHO series aims to provide the knowledge, support and resources necessary to increase the capacity and confidence of primary care providers to effectively practice using […]
This ECHO series seeks to train CHWs in an effort to strengthen Pennsylvania’s public health infrastructure and improve community health outcomes.
Presenter Dr. Shaun Gabbidon, Distinguished Professor of Criminal Justice in the School of Public Affairs at Penn State University Harrisburg, lays out the results of nearly two decades of research on racial profiling in retail settings.
The final session of Day of Understanding will feature Presenter Dr. M.V. Wright, Health Officer for the City of Harrisburg discussing the role healthcare plays in overcoming racial trauma and the connection between physical health outcomes and experiencing traumatic events such as racism, poverty, crime and violence.
This class covers phases/stages of labor and delivery, comfort measures and breathing techniques to use during labor, pain medication options and what to expect postpartum. It is best if taken […]