Events

Social Justice Grand Rounds Fall 2021 Elective Virtual Sessions for U-M Health Professions Students

Join other health science students in important discussions about health equity. Note that advance registration for each event is required as interprofessional teams will be formed (make sure you are logged into your U-M Google accounts before registering). Events are open to all health science students and required for third-year Pharmacy students.

  • Providing Inclusive Care to Transgender People; Wednesday, 10/6, 9:30-11:20am
  • Barriers to Mental and Behavioral Health for Perinatal Patients; Wednesday, 10/27, 9:30-11:20am
  • Shifting Healthcare to Focus on Health; Wednesday, November 10, 9:30-11:20am
  • Health Equity for Patients with Limited English Proficiency; Wednesday, November 17, 9:30-11:20am

Reproductive Health Care for Women with Disabilities

Presented by Dr. Susan Ernst on Friday, October 15 from 12-1pm on Zoom. All are welcome! Meeting ID: 920 9712 9790 Passcode: 295168. Note: This is the first event hosted by the new U-M student organization called Disability Advocacy Coalition for Health Professions (DACHP). It aims to create a culture of disability that is inclusive, informative, and supportive, to facilitate an inclusive and supportive culture while combating ableism. If you are interested in learning more and/or joining our organization, please complete this interest form. Contact dachpleadership@umich.edu if you have any questions.

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http://tinyurl.com/dachpatum

Student Wellness Series

This new workshop series is targeted to health science students through the Michigan Medicine Wellness Office and partners. It is focused on Student Well-Being & Academic Success, and will occur monthly (except 2 x in September). The sessions will be on Wednesday evenings from 6-7pm. There is a “Sessions” webpage for students to register through. Please check it out (and register if you are interested). We also encourage you to share with your classmates! https://sessions.studentlife.umich.edu/p/track/5792