Mechanisms linking the practice of gratitude with key health outcomes will be explored. Evidence-based practices and techniques reveal that life is a continual invitation to gratitude that can be created at almost any opportunity.
AHC Prepared: Is offering free Bystander CPR Class (Until Help Arrives) in Minneapolis. Each year over 300,000 people die in the US from Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Learn how to assist someone experiencing sudden cardiac arrest, perform hands only CPR, and use an AED.
This two-day event brings together national speakers to address what tools are needed to improve research protections for human participants. Workshops will provide actionable, hands-on approaches to the everyday challenges of properly conducting research.
The Healthy Foods, Healthy Lives (HFHL) Institute seeks proposals from U of M interdisciplinary faculty research teams, community-academic partnerships and graduate and professional students in the areas of food and health.
Submission deadline: April 14.
Program in Health Disparities Research Pilot Grants encourage community-initiated research and foster sustainable long-term collaboration between community-based organizations and academic researchers on research projects focused on reducing and eliminating health disparities.
Register now for the spring session of Mini Medical School, "The Aging Game: Living Longer and Healthier Lives." Discounted registration for University faculty, staff and students. Mondays, March 6- April 3, from 6-8:30 p.m.
The University of Minnesota’s Center for Bioethics is hosting Mini Bioethics Academy, a three night event to learn about and foster discussion on bioethical challenges in today’s society. Mini Bioethics Academy is open to anyone interested in learning more about bioethics.
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The University of Minnesota Academic Health Center (AHC) is one of the most comprehensive in the nation. The AHC includes six schools and colleges, several interdisciplinary centers and programs, and operations and support units, known as the AHC shared services.
Janelle Nivens, Communications