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U-M Interprofessional Leadership Fellows Cohort 4 Virtual Graduation & Team Project Presentations

July 2, 2020

See https://twitter.com/umichHealthIPE to join in congratulating the 15 faculty members from across U-M's health science schools who have completed their Interprofessional Leadership Fellowship with projects on these topics: Developing Interprofessional Communication Practices for the Opioid Naive Population Chronic Crusaders – Uniting to Protect the Community in a Health Emergency Interprofessional Initiative to Reduce Burnout A Case-Based Virtual Simulation to Improve Interprofessional Communication Regarding Patient Safety

Email-based Well-being Tracking Program Launches Soon

July 1, 2020

Believe it or not, the simple act of keeping track of healthy behaviors can be really helpful. It’s true. Keeping track of things like eating well, staying socially connected with people, and being active can help encourage you to do even more of these behaviors. One popular option to help you keep track is MHealthy Mini-Vacations. It is a fun program that was piloted by more than 1,000 U-M colleagues. It is now available to everyone. Here’s How it Works This tracking game encourages you to do simple, healthy behaviors during your work breaks in one of four categories (Connect,…

Michigan Medicine OHEI Community Conversation: Engaging Challenges with Compassion – Facilitators: Michael Herrington & Kamau Ayubbi

June 30, 2020

What can we do to maintain hope, care for others, and care for ourselves during these difficult times? The practice of compassion creates sacred space where we can stand in history together. We invite you to share in conversation and learn about compassion as a powerful tool in the space of challenge and everyday being. OHEI is now offering a re-formatted Community Conversations approach that is virtual. We feel that it is important to carve out space for dialogue, provide support for one another, promote self-care, and share valuable resources. It is important now, more than ever, for us to…

Big Hearted Stories: Experiences of Aging

June 30, 2020

On July 30, 2020, Big Hearts for Seniors (BHS) will present Big Hearted Stories: Experiences of Aging virtually. This engaging program will provide a platform for talented storytellers to share their powerful, true life experiences. These compelling stories will bring laughter, inspiration, and maybe even a few tears. Big Hearts for Seniors was formed to support critical services for our aging community members. This collaborative is comprised of five community non-profit programs serving older adults: Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels, Housing Bureau for Seniors, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Silver Club Memory Programs, and the Turner Senior Wellness Program. These programs help seniors…

Just Mercy Film Screening

June 26, 2020

An invitation to rent for free and view online a film screening of Just Mercy and attend a panel discussion.  Please visit www.justmercyfilm.com(link is external) for the free rental. Tuesday • June 30, 2020 Start watching the film at 5:00pm and join the panel discussion at 7:30pm (Or watch the film another day/time of your choice and join the panel discussion at 7:30pm.)  RSVP for the Panel Discussion HERE(link is external) A Zoom link for the panel discussion will be emailed to those who register on Friday, June 26. Panelists: Professor Eve Brensike Primus, Director, Public Defender Training Institute, University of Michigan…

Parkinson’s FREE archived and live online movement & dance classes to join from home

June 23, 2020

Free Parkinson’s Movement & Dance Classes to join from home Please join us in free classes designed for people with Parkinson’s and their families/care partners. In these classes, participants will explore music and movement in ways that are enjoyable, creative and stimulating.  This program is appropriate for all levels of PD.  No dance experience is required.  NPR story. Dance for PD® program is committed to supporting the global community and encouraging people living with Parkinson's to keep dancing during a time when live classes may not be available.  https://danceforparkinsons.org/resources/dance-at-home#opening Live Classes and Meetups – Daily live online classes with community chat…

Big Hearts for Seniors: Experiences Of Aging

June 22, 2020

Visit our Website On July 30, 2020, Big Hearts for Seniors (BHS) will present Big Hearted Stories: Experiences of Aging virtually. This engaging program will provide a platform for talented storytellers to share their powerful, true life experiences. These compelling stories will bring laughter, inspiration, and maybe even a few tears. Big Hearts for Seniors was formed to support critical services for our aging community members. This collaborative is comprised of five community non-profit programs serving older adults: Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels, Housing Bureau for Seniors, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Silver Club Memory Programs, and the Turner Senior Wellness Program. These…

Michigan Medicine OHEI Community Conversation

June 17, 2020

OHEI is now offering a re-formatted Community Conversations approach that is virtual. We feel that it is important to carve out space for dialogue, provide support for one another, promote self-care, and share valuable resources. It is important now, more than ever, for us to come together as a community. *Please note that we welcome and encourage participants to bring forth topics at these sessions. The format for each session allows for spontaneous conversation. We are developing topics and content in a fluid manner based on the voiced needs of our community and may make changes accordingly. https://ohei.med.umich.edu/events

Michigan Medicine OHEI Community Conversation

June 17, 2020

OHEI is now offering a re-formatted Community Conversations approach that is virtual. We feel that it is important to carve out space for dialogue, provide support for one another, promote self-care, and share valuable resources. It is important now, more than ever, for us to come together as a community. *Please note that we welcome and encourage participants to bring forth topics at these sessions. The format for each session allows for spontaneous conversation. We are developing topics and content in a fluid manner based on the voiced needs of our community and may make changes accordingly. https://ohei.med.umich.edu/events