"Embracing our changes midlife & beyond" is the theme for a March 21 MSU conference geared toward educating health care providers and policymakers about the health care needs of mature women of color and immigrants as they transition through life.
"This conference is designed to provide useful scientific and community information on the needs of women of color and immigrants who are 40 and older," said Karen Patricia Williams, Ph.D., associate professor, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, MSU College of Human Medicine. "Our intended audience includes community health care providers, nurses, paraprofessionals, community-based organizations, churches, social workers and anyone who is an advocate for minority women."
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine is raffling a 2013 MINI Cooper, with all proceeds going toward the purchase of a highly sophisticated electronic device researchers will use to unravel the mystery of Parkinson’s and other diseases.
MD graduates: Next step is residency. Dean Rappley addresses College of Human Medicine students on medical careers and the National Resident Matching Program.
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College of Human Medicine collaborates with Michigan Department of Corrections Partnership to enhance state's correctional health care system.
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FEB 25 - Grand Rapids Your Health Lecture Series "How can we best cope with chronic disease or cancer?"
MAR 13 - Center for Ethics & Humanities in the Life Sciences Brown Bag Lunch Mediating uncertainty in medical decision-making
MAR 18 - Traverse City Your Health Lecture Series "Keeping children health"
MAR 19 - 13th Annual Pediatric Research Day Breslin Student Events Center, MSU campus
MAR 19 - Midland Your Health Lecture Series "Who decides when you die?"
MAR 21 - Embracing Our Changes: Health for Women of Color Midlife and Beyond A scientific focus on the needs of women of color and immigrants ages 40 and beyond for health care providers and policymakers. Presented by MSU College of Human Medicine's Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Biology.
MAR 21 - MATCH DAY!!!