Events Calendar

Implementing and Evaluating Risk-Based Cancer Screening in Practice

Via Zoom

Join us on Monday, January 31 from 12-1pm for a seminar jointly sponsored by the Zhu Family Center for Global Cancer Prevention and the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences! Katharine Rendle, PHD, MSW, MPH will be speaking about “Implementing and Evaluating Risk-Based Cancer Screening in Practice: Opportunities, Challenges, and Equity.” Register for Zoom Information: … Continue reading "Implementing and Evaluating Risk-Based Cancer Screening in Practice"

Welcome Back With Hot Cocoa | WGH Event

Kresge Cafeteria

Kick off the year and welcome students with other students & faculty. Learn how you can be involved, plan events, and complete the Women, Gender & Health concentration>

Rural Population Health in the Context of Drug Overdoses, COVID-19, and Longer-Term Mortality Trends | CPDS Social Demography Seminar Series

Via Zoom

Shannon M. Monnat, PhD, associate professor of sociology; Lerner Chair for Public Health Promotion & Lerner Center director; and co-director of the Policy, Place and Population Health Lab, Syracuse University, will … Continue reading "Rural Population Health in the Context of Drug Overdoses, COVID-19, and Longer-Term Mortality Trends | CPDS Social Demography Seminar Series"

Highlighting HAALSI: A Longitudinal Research Study at Harvard that is Fueling Health Discoveries in an Aging, Sub-Saharan African Population | CPDS Friday Lunch Seminar Series

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Across much of sub-Saharan Africa, HIV-related mortality has dramatically declined, thanks to advancements in antiretroviral therapy. However, while many are now living longer, they are also experiencing higher rates of … Continue reading "Highlighting HAALSI: A Longitudinal Research Study at Harvard that is Fueling Health Discoveries in an Aging, Sub-Saharan African Population | CPDS Friday Lunch Seminar Series"