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Sprains, Strains, and Pains: How to maintain an active lifestyle, prevent and treat injuries, and prepare for back-to-school sports

July 27, 2021

Get moving for better health! It’s great advice, but what if cycling makes your knees hurt, tennis gives you shoulder pain, and every step you take during a walk makes you wonder if you need a new hip? Our experts will talk about how to prevent and treat injuries throughout your life, how to get your kids ready for school sports, and how to live a full and active life — without pain. Join us for this live Q&A session where experts will answer questions submitted in advance and during the event. Submit your questions when you RSVP. Speakers: Michelle…

Humor and Wellness: How to have more laughter and lightness

July 23, 2021

Recall the last time you laughed till you cried. How did it feel in your body, heart, and spirit? If you’re longing for more lightness, this experiential workshop is for you. Quite simply, humor can help us cope. And done well, it strengthens relationships--a key source of wellness. Join us for laughs and leave with actionable tips and strategies for bringing more levity to your world. Please bring an appropriate and humorous story to share, one that really happened to you. ***Note: This is a video on, interactive session that will include small group breakout sessions.*** Register on the Faculty Development website…

Micro-Practices for Wellness

July 23, 2021

This workshop invites you to “try-on” specific micro-practices for navigating stress and cultivating wellness. Micro-practices take only seconds to minutes to implement. They include cognitive and somatic practices that aid self-regulation. By self-soothing we naturally cultivate more presence, and more choice in our behavior. During this highly experiential workshop you will hear, see, smell, taste, and feel a variety of micro-practices and develop a plan for applying them. Bring a healthy snack, lunch or beverage, and your favorite wellness strategy to share. Register on the Faculty Development website (faculty only)

Michigan Communities Conquering COVID Town Hall

July 16, 2021

Join Michigan CEAL for our monthly Michigan Communities Conquering COVID Townhall! This statewide townhall will feature community leaders and medical experts discussing COVID-19 Q&A and youth-centered perspectives and experiences with COVID-19. We will be joined by Sandro Cinti, MD, the Co-Chair of the COVID Vaccine & Therapeutics Task Force at Michigan Medicine, and moderator Susan Woolford, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Pediatrics. More panelists TBA! Live Spanish interpretation will be available. Join on Zoom at https://umich.zoom.us/j/96537938149 or on Facebook Live at https://www.facebook.com/MichiganCEAL

David Schottenfeld Lecture

July 12, 2021

Topic: COVID: A Global Perspective Neil M. Ferguson, D.Phil Vice-Dean Academic Development, School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College, London Join from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device: Please click Zoom link to join. Webinar ID: 999 9060 3207 Passcode: 528835

PHILIP S. BRACHMAN MEMORIAL LECTURE

July 12, 2021

Wednesday, July 14 at 12:15 PM Topic: When Germs Travel: Coronavirus and the Long History of Contagious Crises Howard Markel, MD, PhD George E. Wantz Distinguished Professor of the History of Medicine & Director, Center for the History of Medicine, The University of Michigan.

12th Annual Friends of Parkside Health, Safety, & Job Fair

July 8, 2021

Join Michigan CEAL at the 12th Annual Friends of Parkside Health, Safety, & Job Fair on July 21 from 10am-4pm. This community event will feature free health screenings, free COVID-19 vaccines, music, games, and more! If your organization is interested in attending as a vendor, sign up here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdXZyzKF-MbhCwVPgP0ySL95HmPzei4x96Drrhr66TUkdv4pg/viewform or contact healthfair@friendsofparkside.org for more information.

A Space for Healing: Honoring our Experiences with COVID

July 8, 2021

Michigan Medicine Faculty and Staff are invited to participate in this session to acknowledge our experiences and connect with others who have endured losses over the past year, including the deaths of loved ones, loss of stability, job changes, and loss of connection. This session will include mindful moments and time to recognize our emotional landscape during the pandemic, as well as ways to cope with loss and build resilience. Please register for the session below. We will continue to add future dates as requested. Number of participants per session will be limited in order to encourage discussion and interaction.…

Patient Experience Learning Forum: The Power of High Quality Connections to Elevate Your Team and Your Patient Care

July 8, 2021

Join us for an engaging conversation with Dr. Monica Worline to understand how we can forge high quality connections, and the powerful impact these connections can have on our patients, our teams, and ourselves. Click here to register for the webinar. Presenter: Monica Worline, PhD Monica Worline, PhD, is an organizational psychologist and co-founder of the idea incubator EnlivenWork(link is external), which is dedicated to working in collaboration with our partners to bring some of the world’s most powerful ideas to life and awaken the curiosity, compassion, and courageous thinking that drive organizations to thrive. Monica serves as the Faculty Director…