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2014 Calendar of Events

Please Join Us in Acknowledging World Psoriasis Day

National Psoriasis Foundation | Northern California Division

Film screening followed by a psoriasis research update and an open panel discussion with patients and psoriatic disease specialists.

Film:
My Skin's on Fire. Living with Psoriasis

Wednesday, October 29
6:00 - 7:00 pm. Film begins at 6:30; panel at 7:30
Stanford Medical Center
450 Broadway Street
Redwood City, CA 94063
Parking lot available, no charge

Light refreshments provided

RSVP norcal@psoriasis.org or (800) 723-9166 x554


Advances in Surgical and Non-Surgical Treatment of Brain Tumors

Presented by Stanford Health Library

This presentation will cover the latest advances in the treatment and management of patients with brain tumors.

Speaker:
Steven D. Chang, MD Robert C. and Jeannette Powell Professor, Co-Director, Stanford Cyberknife Program, Department of Neurosurgery, Stanford University School of Medicine

Thursday, October 30
7:00 pm
Stanford Health Library
Hoover Pavilion, Suite 201
211 Quarry Rd., Palo Alto CA 94304

No Fee. To register call 650-498-7826 Stanford Health Library Lecture Registration

Webcast can be viewed live: http://stanfordvideo.stanford.edu/stream/shvl.html


Medicare, Medigaps, HMOs and Prescription Benefits for Seniors

This program has been cancelled

For information about the Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy Program (HICAP) please visit the Sourcewise website.


Diabetes and Exercise
Part Two of a Three Part Series

Presented by Stanford Health Library

Type 2 diabetes, formerly called adult-onset diabetes, is the most common type of the disease, affecting 95 percent of people with diabetes. Type 2 diabetes affects people at any age, even during childhood. However, this type of diabetes develops most often in middle-aged and older people, and those who are overweight and inactive.

This series will address some of the big questions about Type 2 diabetes: Who gets it? Can it be prevented or delayed? Can it be helped with lifestyle modifications? Blood glucose monitoring will be offered before each of the Diabetes programs.

Speakers: Baldeep Singh, MD Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine – General Medicine Disciplines, Stanford University School of Medicine
Kathleen Wasoski, DPT, OCS

Thursday, November 13
7:00 pm

Arrillaga Alumni Center
326 Galvez Street
Stanford, CA 94305-6105

No Fee. To register call 650-498-7826 Stanford Health Library Lecture Registration

Webcast can be viewed live: http://stanfordvideo.stanford.edu/stream/shvl.html


Medicare, Medigaps, HMOs and Prescription Benefits for Seniors

This program has been cancelled

For information about the Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy Program (HICAP) please visit the Sourcewise website.


Diabetes and Nutrition
Part Three of a Three Part Series

Presented by Stanford Health Library

Type 2 diabetes, formerly called adult-onset diabetes, is the most common type of the disease, affecting 95 percent of people with diabetes. Type 2 diabetes affects people at any age, even during childhood. However, this type of diabetes develops most often in middle-aged and older people, and those who are overweight and inactive.

This series will address some of the big questions about Type 2 diabetes: Who gets it? Can it be prevented or delayed? Can it be helped with lifestyle modifications? Blood glucose monitoring will be offered before each of the Diabetes programs.

Speakers: Kathleen Kenny, MD Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine – General Medicine Disciplines, Stanford University School of Medicine
Jessica Shipley, MS, RD

Thursday, December 4
7:00 pm

Arrillaga Alumni Center
326 Galvez Street
Stanford, CA 94305-6105

No Fee. To register call 650-498-7826 Stanford Health Library Lecture Registration

Webcast can be viewed live: http://stanfordvideo.stanford.edu/stream/shvl.html


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