Penn State Neurology offers an epilepsy support group for family and friends on the first Tuesday, monthly.
Penn State Project ECHO is offering a series of sessions to support prescribing providers in their treatment of patients with opioid use disorder.
The Stroke support group provides monthly programs of interest to stroke survivors and their caregivers as well as an opportunity for support and socialization.
IRB Board E will meet to review protocols. See IRB details here.
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. These sessions include a brief lecture and patient case presentation and discussions.
Penn State Health offers a pulmonary fibrosis support group, providing a venue for discussion and providing information, support and resources on all aspects of pulmonary fibrosis.
The Office of Research Protections at University Park is offering CATS IACUC training sessions via Zoom.
Penn State College of Medicine's Faculty Organization will meet.
This date is tentatively scheduled for an i2b2 data refresh.
The Office of Research Protections at University Park is offering CATS IRB training sessions via Zoom.
LVAD Basics is a continuing education service of Penn State College of Medicine and Penn State Heart and Vascular Institute that is designed to provide didactic and hands-on education related to the care of left ventricular assist device (LVAD) patients residing in the community setting.
Penn State Health and Penn State College of Medicine employees are invited to attend one of several COVID-19 Town Hall Meetings.
This Penn State Project ECHO series for clinicians and primary care providers addresses diagnostic and care management standards for dementia and Parkinson’s disease.
Penn State Neurosurgery experts provide information on the benefits and risks of deep brain stimulation therapy for treatment of neurological conditions including essential tremor, Parkinson's disease and dystonia.