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Flu clinic @ NCRC

October 14, 2021

Free flu vaccine clinic for Michigan Medicine employees. Registration is required. Please bring your UMID with you.

Flu Clinic @ NCRC

October 14, 2021

Free flu vaccine clinic for Michigan Medicine employees. Registration is required. Please bring your UMID with you.

Flu CIinic @ Rachel Upjohn

October 14, 2021

Free flu vaccine clinic for Michigan Medicine employees. Registration is required. Please bring your UMID with you.

Flu Clinic @ Med Sci II

October 14, 2021

Free flu vaccine clinic for Michigan Medicine employees. Registration is required. Please bring your UMID with you.

Flu clinic @ Kellogg Eye Center

October 14, 2021

Free flu vaccine clinic for Michigan Medicine employees. Registration is required. Please bring your UMID with you.

Flu Clinic @ Towsley Dining Room

October 14, 2021

Free flu vaccine clinic for Michigan Medicine employees. Registration is required.

Flu Clinic @ Towsley Dining Room

October 14, 2021

Free flu vaccine clinic for Michigan Medicine employees. Registration is required.

Focus on Women Series: October is Breast Cancer Awareness

October 12, 2021

Please join the Rogel Cancer Center Community Outreach and Engagement team on Saturday, Oct. 23 for Focus on Women Series, a virtual health and wellness program. Help us spread the word. Health is a community effort; please invite and encourage others to register and attend this FREE health and wellness event. Registration is required to receive meeting access information. Program details are below. Featured Topics & Presenters: Precision Oncology: Personalized Breast Cancer Treatment: Sofia Merajver, MD Eating for Life: Find Your Balance: Kim Zapor, RN, OCN COVID-19 Updates: Variants, Boosters, and Impact on Children: Sandro Cinti, MD Focus on Women Zoom Program Details: When: Saturday, Oct.…

Wicked Problems in Vaccine Equity: Exploring Challenges and Opportunities for Impact

October 7, 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic so sharply illustrates, the challenges of equitable access to vaccines globally are complex. Potential solutions must address the science of developing vaccines, and also the policies, economic factors, and social structures that relate to vaccine financing, production, distribution, access, and hesitancy. Join experts from across U-M and India’s Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research for a discussion on novel, collaborative approaches to advancing vaccine equity.