Join us for the AOE Webinar “Developing a Learner Centered Curriculum; making sure your process is aligned with the intended outcomes” with David Elkowitz, D.O., Associate Dean & Director of the Academy of Medical Educators at the Zucker School of Medicine (Hofstra/Northwell).
Join CHER at UNC via Zoom for a publication and collaboration Lunch & Learn with Rohit Ramaswamy and Dana Rice. The Center for Health Equity Research at UNC will host Dr. Rohit Ramaswamy and Dr. Dana Rice to discuss their recent research publication, “Beyond Virtue-Signaling: Advancing Equity Through Design Justice and Public Health Critical Race … Read more
Please join the Blood Research Center for our twice-monthly virtual Seminar Series. This series invites guest speakers who are experts in the field of hematology to present their research and share their knowledge.
We are excited to have Dr. Ana Flores-Mireles for this week's presentation. She will be discussing hypercoagulation predisposes the host to catheter-associated urinary tract infections and septicemia.
This is a free educational webinar offered by the National Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders (NCEED). This webinar will provide an overview of the state of research related to eating disorders in males.
Free 1 hour educational credit will also be made available.
ComSciCon-Triangle is a two-day conference (Jan 29 and Feb 12, 2022) where attendees will have the opportunity to develop their science communication skills, network with fellow graduate students passionate about science education and outreach, learn from expert writers and professional science communicators, and produce an original piece of writing for publication.
Dr. Santos is an associate professor and the Beerstecher-Blackwell Distinguished Term Scholar at the School of Nursing. He is the Director of the UNC Biobehavioral Laboratory Core Facility, and the Director of Training and Mentorship Division in the UNC Institute for Environmental Health Solutions at the Gilling's School of Global Public Health. He has expertise … Read more
Please join the UNCLCN for this Patient Centered Care lecture with Kirsten A. Nyrop, PhD. Wednesday, February 9, from 12:00 to 1:00 PM. More information and registration at learn.unclcn.org/02092022.
Join us for a panel discussion featuring people with disabilities and their experiences with dating and romantic relationships. Moderated by: Michelle Ballasiotes, BSPH, OTS - Occupational Therapy Student and LEND Self-Advocate Trainee
This online training session will provide an introduction to qualitative research methods. Topics covered will include differences between quantitative and qualitative research, qualitative research methodologies, strategies for qualitative data collection, and methods of qualitative data analysis.
Registration is open for the TraCS Qualitative Research Training series. Four training sessions in February and March are offered as part of the series: Qualitative Research 101, Semi-Structured Interviewing, Introduction to Focus Groups, and Introduction to Qualitative Data Analysis.
Please join Paula on Saturday, February 12, 2022, from 10-noon, EST, for this online workshop.
Learn more about how the practice of Mindfulness can help to ease the stressors of daily life and can improve acute or chronic health issues such as insomnia, anxiety, pain, and more.
Title Of Talk: “Building and Maintaining Biological Tubes”