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Health & Wellness Lecture Series


Through our exclusive Health & Wellness partnership with Eisenhower Health, you get access to physicians on a variety of health topics. Check back monthly for new programs, held on most Wednesdays at The Center, 5:30PM - 6:30PM

Sexual Health & Wellness Lectures. For the detailed 2020 Eisenhower Lecture's schedule, please click HERE


Date Time Presenter Topic Description


Jul 22, 2020

5:30 to 6:30 pm Stephanie Farrell, MBA, RN, CCRC, CPHQ
Director, Research Administration
What are Clinical Trials, Why Do We Need Them, and How Do I Enroll? Clinical trials are important for discovering new treatments for diseases, as well as new ways to detect, diagnose, and reduce the chance of developing the disease. Unfortunately, patients often learn about clinical trials only when faced with the sudden prospect of a serious illness for which no marketed medication is available or adequate.  Join Stephanie Farrell, RN, Director, Research Administration to learn more about the clinical trial process and what you need to know before you enroll.  Join us on Zoom to learn more.


Aug 12, 2020

5:30 to 6:30 pm Sherry Ewing, Speech Language Pathologist Communication Challenges When Wearing Face Masks. While individuals in our community are doing their part to slow the spread of coronavirus by wearing face coverings, the masks we are wearing muffle our voices and can make communication frustrating. This is true for everyone right now, but especially so for people with hearing loss as well. We rely on visual cues like facial expressions and lip reading to help understand what people are saying. The difference between a serious statement and a joke is often the smile on our face or the tone of our voice. Please join Sherry Ewing, Speech Language Pathologist, to learn how to make your voice heard.


Aug 19, 2020

5:30 to 6:30 pm Marielena Cid, RD, CDE Understanding the Basics of Diabetes, Nutrition, and Common Myths. Unfortunately there are a lot of common myths about diabetes and nutrition that are simply not true. That is why it is important to get the facts, so you can make better decisions to manage your diabetes. Knowing how to create a strong foundation of education will help you to manage your diabetes in everyday situations. Join us on Zoom to learn more.


Aug 26, 2020

5:30 to 6:30 pm K. Douglas Thrasher, DO, FAAFP Core Faculty, Family Medicine Residency Program The Good, The Bad and the Ugly: Opiates, Pain and Addiction. Join K.D. Thrasher, DO, for discussion regarding the use and abuse of drugs used to treat pain. Learn what opiates have been shown to treat, how should doctors be recommending their use and what to do when they become a problem. Join us on Zoom to learn more.

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