The Colorado Office of Public Guardianship (OPG) Pilot Program was established in the Fall of 2019 to serve indigent and incapacitated adults. The Colorado OPG has four Public Guardians that are court-appointed to serve as guardian for clients that have no other family or friends to serve them. Join Sophia M. Alvarez, J.D., M.S., Director, Colorado OPG and Camille Price, Public Guardian, Colorado OPG at this webinar sponsored by the Colorado Health Ethics Forum. Details and RSVP>>
Professor Lisa Askie (PHD, MPD, FAHMS, FHEA) joined the WHO at Geneva Headquarters in Sept 2020 as Scientist and Methods Lead within the Quality Norms and Standards Dept, Science Division. Her role is to support WHO to adopt and innovate best practice methods and standards, thereby ensuring the evidence underpinning its global guidance is rigorous and timely. Details and RSVP>>
Dr. Chartres is the Associate Director of Science and Policy at UCSF’s PRHE and is focused on environmental health research translation methods and the promotion of evidence-based policies to prevent exposures to harmful environmental chemicals.
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Presentation by Jandel Allen-Davis, MD, President and CEO of Craig Hospital in Englewood, Colorado, a world-renowned rehabilitation hospital that exclusively specializes in the neurorehabilitation and research of patients with spinal cord and traumatic brain injuries. This is the 6th event in the lecture series: Enhancing Wellness for Healthcare Professionals through Engagement with the Arts, sponsored by the Colorado Resiliency Arts Lab. Click to RSVP>>
ARTWORK BY DAISY PATTON ON VIRTUAL DISPLAY THROUGH SEPTEMBER, 2021.
Artist Daisy Patton joined us for a presentation on February 8th, along with Dr. Virginia Espino and Nilmini Rubin, Mithra Ratne's daughter. Visit exhibit web page, take a virtual tour, or view the webinar recording.