January is Wellbeing Month. The Harvard Longwood Community is invited to attend the following events at HSDM focused on health and wellbeing:
Work/Life Panel Tuesday, January 31 12:30-1:30, HSDM, REB Auditorium Note: No registration required
HLC Faculty, Postdocs, Staff will share their approaches to meeting Work/Life challenges such as; integrating their unique identities with their careers, overcoming cultural expectations in achieving their goals, building resilience in the times of hardship, nurturing their interests outside of work
HSDM students Morgane Amat and Tiffany Chien (DMD 2019 candidates) and their HMS teammates George Agyapong and Jun Liu (MD 2019 candidates) were recently awarded an Agents of Change grant for their project Interventions in Family Oriented Optimal Diet for Development (iFOODD) which aims to spread awareness of nutrition and oral health in families that have children with special needs.
Leaders in academia, healthcare, and business recently came to together at forum hosted by Harvard School of Dental Medicine (HSDM) to address the idea of integrating dentistry and medicine. The two-day event, “Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 2.0,” featured thought-provoking speakers, panelists, and discussion around the idea of connecting oral health to
The Harvard Longwood Campus community is helping families in need by participating in the Phillips Brooks House holiday gift drive. The drive will run from Nov. 18 through December 16. The goal is to provide books, games, toys, art supplies and sports equipment to children in need. Faculty, staff and students are invited to donate new, unopened gifts for children of preschool through high-school age.
The Harvard Longwood Campus community will be hosting a food drive starting on Nov. 7 and running through Nov. 18. Well-marked donation boxes will be located throughout the three Longwood Campus schools. The boxes will be collected on the last day of the food drive.
The Season of Giving officially launches with this special Talk@12 hosted by the Harvard Longwood Campus (Harvard Chan School, HSDM and HMS) on Thursday, November 3. Please see below for details about the talk and locations where the event will be live-streamed.
The Good Life: How strong relationships impact our health, happiness and communities
What really keeps people happy and healthy? The Harvard Study of Adult Development, one of the longest-running studies of adult life, tracked the lives of two groups of men for 78 years to understand how childhood experience
The Season of Giving celebrates the good work and the goodwill of those within our community by offering you the opportunity to send messages of appreciation to colleagues who have enriched your work experience through good deeds and small kindnesses. It also offers us all the opportunity to support our Boston area neighbors in need.
Here are some highlights of this year’s Season of Giving:
A Talk @12 on Nov. 3 will feature Robert Waldinger, a member of the HMS faculty, who directs the Harvard Study of Adult Development, one of the
The special Grand Rounds panel discussion "Local Efforts to Combat the Opioid Epidemic," led by U.S. Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy, is full and there are no longer seats available. However, the program will be live streamed the day of the event. To register for the video live stream, please visit: https://hms.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3jZjQ3PjFfNQsMl. After you register, you will receive a link to watch the event.
The live stream will be Friday, June 17, 12:30-1:30 p.
The Season of Giving officially launches with this special Talk@12 hosted by the Harvard Longwood Campus (HMS, Harvard Chan School, HSDM and HUECU) on Monday, Nov. 16. The talk will also be live-streamed in the REB Auditorium.
Mindfulness for a new year and a new you
Speaker: Sara Lazar, PhD Associate Researcher in Psychiatry, Massachusetts General Hospital Assistant Professor of Psychology, Harvard Medical School
A $1.2 million cooperative agreement from Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, will fund an innovative new program and partnership between the two universities that focuses on serving the primary care and oral health care needs of Boston area patients and their families.
The three-year funded project supports the creation of an interprofessional collaborative practice model in which primary care services are integrated into a primary academic dental practice. The program will give Northeastern University nurse practitioner