Join Anne Bastings, PhD, Professor of English at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee for this Geriatric Grand Rounds, offered in-person at AO1-Room 7000 or via ZOOM https://ucdenver.zoom.us/j/93858838759
As a textile artist, educator, and activist, NedRa Bonds creates quilts that explore issues dealing with women’s health and wellbeing, human rights and social justice, racism, and the environment. After being diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of breast cancer in 2016, Bonds began working on projects that focus on the healing power of art.
Join us for an opening reception, and artist discussion at 5:15pm.
Join Miriam Sabin, MS, North American Executive Editor, New York, The Lancet for an engaging view into the behind-the-scenes world of editorial decision-making at a high-impact medical journal-The Lancet and the Lancet’s specialty journals. Sabin will share what editors are looking for in paper submissions, and what the common pitfalls can be for prospective authors. Following the presentation, there will be time for Q&A. RSVP Today>>
Join us for Ethics Grand Rounds where psychiatrists Thida Thant and Helen Murray will apply ethical principles to the assessment and management of complex capacity evaluations involving psychiatric disorders, describe how psychiatric conditions can impact medical decision-making capacity, and review approaches and strategies to assess medical capacity in patients with psychiatric conditions. RSVP Today>>
Join Dr. Mona Hanna Attisha at this One Book One Campus event at the Fulginiti Pavilion. Hear the inspiring story behind her best-selling book, What the Eyes Don't See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City.
Alongside a team alongside a team of researchers, parents, friends, and community leaders, Attisha discovered that the children of Flint, Michigan, were being exposed to lead in their tap water—and then she battled her own government and a brutal backlash to expose that truth to the world. RSVP Today>>
The mural, Fly to Heal, by artist Juls Mendoza, on the west side of the Fulginiti Pavilion is intended to bear witness to the shared obligations we have to respect the rights of newly arrived children and their families. Whether providing medical services to patients, ethical consults to clients, teaching our students, or sharing arts and humanities with our community both on and off campus, we are committed to celebrating the inherent humanity that unites us all.
Open to students, faculty, staff and community members. No audition required.
The Choir rehearses on Wednesdays from 5:15-6:30pm at the Fulginiti Pavilion. The Orchestra rehearses on Thursdays, from 6:00-7:30pm at ED2S-1102.
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