This Penn State Project ECHO series is designed to equip providers, administration and care teams in post-acute and long-term care facilities with infection prevention strategies and COVID-19 preparedness to improve resident care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Penn State College of Medicine is hosting a series of town hall meetings to discuss the 2020-2025 strategic plan.
Linda Barnes, PhD, MTS, MA, will present the second annual Germano Lecture in Complementary Medicine, part of Penn State College of Medicine's Department of Humanities Grand Rounds series, via Zoom. Her presentation will be on "The Americanizing of Chinese Medicine and Healing."
Biostatistics PhD students Chenqi "Stacey" Fu and Xi "Ada" Wang will present work done during their summer internships, which were at Vertex and Merck respectively.
Penn State Shenango is providing Free Yoga Fridays throughout the fall semester via Zoom with instructor Dan Whirl of Walnut Lodge Yoga, open to those at other campuses, including the College of Medicine.
The Penn State Health stroke support group provides programs of interest to stroke survivors and their caregivers as well as an opportunity for support and socialization.
This Penn State Project ECHO series seeks to build capacity for advanced patient-centered research in Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDS) by empowering primary care providers to improve health outcomes for underserved patients with EDS.
Penn State Health is offering free flu vaccines.
This support group provides bi-monthly programs of interest for pediatric stroke survivors and their families and caregivers.
From Oct. 5 to Nov. 5, Harrell Health Sciences Library is hosting an exhibit on female American physicians during World War I.
IRB Board A will meet to review protocols. See IRB details here.
Sustainability Council meetings are an opportunity for team representatives to share ideas and obtain expert advice from representatives of different components of the health system.
"Community-engaged research: How to effectively engage stakeholders and why it matters" will be presented at the next Penn State College of Medicine SMaRT Connects webinar.
In this workshop offered by Penn State's Institutional Review Board (IRB), participants will review the basis for requiring reporting of new information in research, define what constitutes reportable new information and discuss reporting time requirements.
A grant-writing webinar workshop for students, "National Institute of Health Proposals," will be presented by Dr. Kent Vrana, Elliot S. Vesell Professor and Chair, Department of Pharmacology, Penn State College of Medicine.