Week of Events
CARE Center offers online writing workshop
“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.
Join this weekly support group.
This series will run Mondays from Jan. 30 to March 20, 2023, via Zoom.
Monthly Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) review meeting.
Hiring for full and part-time positions, including Registered Nurses, Surgical Technologist First Assist, Surgical Technicians, Sterile Processing, Endoscopy, Medical Lab, Medical Assistant, Radiology, Ultrasound Technician, Monitor Technician and Community Registration Associate.
Two Biomedical Sciences students will present.
This case-based Penn State Project ECHO series is designed to empower medical students to manage a wide range of patient mental health conditions to improve overall patient care.
This case-based Penn State Project ECHO series focuses on aiding school personnel within middle and senior high schools.
Dr. Miraldi, who serves as an assistant professor in the UC department of pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, will present a research seminar as part of the Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series. Email Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information and the Zoom link.
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 in the last 4 months of pregnancy. For registration information, call 717-981-8238 or e-mail email@example.com.
Penn State Health experts discuss cutting-edge surgical procedures and answer viewer's questions during a live webchat.
This case-based Penn State Project ECHO series aims to empower pediatricians and school nurses to improve health outcomes for the underserved.
Inclusion Academy – Culturally Responsive Care: Addressing the healthcare needs of Indian and Indian American Patients
Learn best practices in addressing the healthcare needs of Indian and Indian American Patients. 1. Recognize the differences between Indian and Indian American patients 2. Identify the unique needs these populations bring to the healthcare system 3. Learn best practices in creating a caring and trusting patient-provider relationship The following credits have been approved for […]
Biostatistics & Bioinformatics Seminar – ‘Detecting high-dimensional association in large scale genomic data’
Presented by: Qunhua Li, PhD, Associate Professor, Dept of Statistics, Associate Chair, Bioinformatics & Genomics Graduate Program, Penn State
This Penn State Project ECHO series provides an innovative and evidence-based approach to increasing high-quality care for long-term care residents. The case-based series aims to bring together specialists and non-specialists to improve care for residents in the communities where they live.
This case-based Penn State Project ECHO series will equip service providers of vulnerable populations with strategies to appropriately and confidently answer questions and provide trustworthy information about the safety and mechanisms of the vaccines.
This one evening, two-hour class covers comfort measures and breathing techniques for labor. It can be taken as a refresher class if you’ve given birth before or a condensed class if you are not able to attend our other childbirth classes but still prefer an in-person class. For registration information, call 717-981-8238 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn about surgical weight loss options and the importance of comprehensive weight management to help you safely reach and maintain your goal weight.
Dr. Ritika Baweja is facilitating a Laugh Therapy session for the USMLE Step1 students during their study period.
Hosted by the Penn State Center for Medical Innovation, the I-Corps@NCATS program is a 5-week short course that offers a methodology to identify the commercial potential of your technology.