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.
Celebrate Diversity: Black History Month
February is Black History Month, a month of recognition created as a response to a lack of coverage of Black historical figures in American history.
SAVE THE DATE Returning Citizens Career Fair DoubleTree by Hilton Hope- Opportunity- Second Chances
Join this weekly support group.
Penn State Health will be hiring for Lancaster Medical Center.
Two biomedical sciences students will present.
This one-evening class covers basic techniques for positioning and latch, how to assess a good feeding, mechanics of producing milk, pumping and storage of breastmilk, and available resources. For registration information, call 717-981-8238 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hiring for full-time, part-time positions including Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, Nursing Assistants, Lab Assistants, and Registration/Customer Service roles.
Hiring for Nursing and Hospital Support positions.
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.
Meet with the Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and Medical Group team for on-the-spot interviews for full and part-time positions.
This program is open to currently enrolled graduate students in doctoral and master’s programs at College of Medicine
Please join the Department of Humanities and the Harrell Health Sciences Library to discuss the Feb. 8, 2023, book selection, 'The Rosie Project,' a novel by Graeme Simsion.
Research Development is offering two special topic workshops to focus on fellowship awards.
Penn State Health offers a monthly surgical weight loss support group providing support and encouragement. Each session includes a topic of discussion.
This support group provides programs of interest for stroke survivors and offers an opportunity for support and socialization.
This case-based Penn State Project ECHO series focuses on aiding school personnel within middle and senior high schools.
Emmy Award-winning actor Keith David will deliver a dramatic reading of a speech by the legendary 19th-century American abolitionist in “The Frederick Douglass Project.”
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.
This case-based Penn State Project ECHO series aims to empower pediatricians and school nurses to improve health outcomes for the underserved.
Biostatistics & Bioinformatics Seminar – ‘Microbiome Data Science – Phylogenetic Tree, Bacterial Growth Rate and Biosynthetic Gene Clusters’
Presented by: Dr. Hongzhe Lee, PhD, Perelman Professor of Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics, Director, Center for Statistics in Big Data, Vice Chair for Research Integration, Department of Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics, University of Pennsylvania
Monthly Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) review meeting.
Behzad Soleimani, MD, will present an inaugural lecture as director of Penn State Heart and Vascular Institute.
Explore the question, "How do race and bias influence the experience of living with neurodegenerative disease?"
Join Christina Irene as she provides an overview of invisible disabilities and fluidity of visibility, severity, different impacts of same diagnoses She will cover: Personal profiles of people with various disabilities, with key takeaways Stigma as “illness shaming” and how to mitigate stigma What “passing” means to a disabled person and why it is harmful […]
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.
The Women and Babies Center at Penn State Health Hampden Medical Center is ready to provide all the care your growing family needs, close to home on the West Shore. Schedule a tour today.
Penn State Health Children's Hospital and Four Diamonds will discuss the importance of conquering childhood cancer.
Graduate students and postdocs may sign-up to receive a CV or resume review during a quick 20-minute session.