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Center for Population Health Sciences | Seminar Series

April 02, 2019

The Global Burden of Disease-Pollution and Health Initiative Register Now!
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Neck and Back Pain in Women

April 04, 2019

Presented by Stanford Health Library Dr. Corinna Zygourakis, Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery at Stanford, discusses the main causes of neck and back pain for women, explaining the nonsurgical and surgical treatment options, including the latest surgical technologies. Speaker: Corinna Zygourakis, MD Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery, Stanford University Medical Center
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Make a Life, not just a Living

April 05, 2019

Nothing around us lasts forever, yet we have a longing to live, love and be loved forever. We all struggle to make a living, and then we enjoy and finally die – is that all there is to life? Unfortunately, many humans neglect their privilege of metaphysical inquiry and devote their lives to pursuing material ...
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Mindful Yoga

April 09, 2019

Enjoy yoga stretches in dappled morning light. Within a flowing sequence of postures, this class provides instruction for a balanced yoga practice grounded in alignment, breath, and peace of mind. Union is the literal meaning of the Sanskrit word yoga. Refresh and renew your resilience by giving yourself the gift of movement that fosters union ...
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8th Annual Wellness Fair

April 11, 2019

  Every spring, Stanford Children’s Health and Stanford Health Care dedicate a day to the celebration of wellness. This year’s theme is “Take Strides Toward a Healthier Lifestyle.”  The HealthySteps to Wellness team invites all hospital employees to make wellness a priority by taking part in the annual celebration. Invite a co-worker to join you ...
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Using Informatics to Drive Quality, Reliability & Safety

April 15, 2019

Jesse M Ehrenfeld MD MPH –  Joseph A. Johnson Jr. Distinguished Leadership Professor Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Departments of Anesthesiology Vanderbilt University Medical Center Session Learning Objectives: Recognize the importance of reliability when delivering perioperative care Understand the difference between artificial and augmented and intelligence Review the evidence for how technology can improve perioperative ...
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Author Event: Caitlin Krause, “Mindful by Design”

April 15, 2019

Caitlin Krause is a globally recognized learning expert, author, and keynote speaker. In her Mindful by Design methodology and through her organizational consulting, she helps individual leaders and teams leverage mindfulness, storytelling, and design principles to connect more deeply with their audiences and communities. As founder of the MindWise consultancy, co-founder of the Center of Wise Leadership, and a virtual reality and ...
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Narsai David: My Life in Food

April 16, 2019

Restaurateur, chef, wine-maker, and author, Narsai David discusses his journey through the culinary world of the Bay Area and beyond. Born to Assyrian immigrants from Iran, memories of his mother’s home cooking, and the influence of Assyrian-Iranian dishes, pervade his own culinary practices and the counsel he now provides San Francisco Bay Area listening audiences.  ...
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Mindful Yoga

April 16, 2019

Enjoy yoga stretches in dappled morning light. Within a flowing sequence of postures, this class provides instruction for a balanced yoga practice grounded in alignment, breath, and peace of mind. Union is the literal meaning of the Sanskrit word yoga. Refresh and renew your resilience by giving yourself the gift of movement that fosters union ...
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iLive: API LGBTQ+ Identity

April 18, 2019

Trying to figure out how to navigate cultural expectations of being API regarding gender and/or sexuality? Needing some strategies for managing the challenging intersections of being a queer API person? Wanting to understand more about the API and queer experience? Please join us at the first iLive event of Spring Quarter that will talk about ...
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Camera as Witness Presents documentary POISONING PARADISE

April 18, 2019

Camera as Witness program presents HUMAN DIGNITY series co-presented with the Bechtel International Center, Hui O N? Moku, Pacific Island Cultural Club, Stanford Film Society and Students for a Sustainable Stanford  In celebration of the Earth Day POISONING PARADISE (77 min) US   Directors: Keely Shaye Brosnan, Teresa Tico Producers: Pierce Brosnan, Keely Shaye Brosnan, ...
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(Musical) Mantra Meditation on Transcendental Sounds

April 19, 2019

We are having a special practice session on ‘Mantra Meditation with Sacred sounds’ to bring about an inner alignment. In this workshop we will spend some time on the practice of mantra meditation followed by (musical) mantra meditation by which we can unleash our true potential enabling us to be balanced & become a better version of ourselves. In such a state ...
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“Laughter Permitted” with Julie Foudy: ESPN Podcast Interview with Katie Ledecky and Simone Manuel

April 24, 2019

Gender and Sports: Beyond Equality is a series examining gender access, equity, inclusion, and leadership in collegiate and professional sports.  Join us as Julie Foudy ’94 interviews Simone Manuel ’18 and Katie Ledecky ’20.  JULIE FOUDY ‘94 is a former captain of the US Women’s Soccer Team, 2x Olympic Gold Medalist, and 2x World Cup ...
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Contemporary American Indian Issues

April 25, 2019

American Indians and Alaska Natives born today have a life expectancy that is 5.5 years less than the U.S. all races population. Lower life expectancy and the disproportionate disease burden exist perhaps because of inadequate education, disproportionate poverty, discrimination in the delivery of health services, and cultural differences. These are broad quality of life issues ...