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Fri
1/20
Epidemiology Journal Club
CAPH Epidemiology of Aging Workshop Series Epidemiology Journal Club
CAPH Epidemiology of Aging Workshop Series
Fri 1/20 1:00PM - 2:00PM
University of Pittsburgh

The Epidemiology of Aging Workshop Series offered in conjunction with the Center for Aging and Population Health (CAPH)  is offered every Friday from 12:30pm-1:30pm during the fall term and 1:00pm-2:00pm during the spring term and is held in the CAPH Offices, 130 North Bellefield Avenue, 5th floor conference room. (EPIDEM 2950)
Fri
1/20
Professional Development Workshop
EndNote Basics Professional Development Workshop
EndNote Basics
Fri 1/20 1:00PM - 3:00PM


This class will get you up and running with EndNote, and ready to start using it in conjunction with Microsoft Word to add citations and references to your papers. 
Mon
1/23
Pitt Public Health Application Deadline
Pittsburgh Summer Institute - Practica/Internships at ACHD Pittsburgh Summer Institute - Practica/Internships at ACHD Pitt Public Health Application Deadline
Pittsburgh Summer Institute - Practica/Internships at ACHD
Mon 1/23


Address real public health problems within the day-to-day operations of an active health department. A wide variety of projects are available.
Mon
1/23
Pitt Public Health Application Deadline
Gateway Health Summer Practica/InternshipsGateway Health Summer Practica/Internships Pitt Public Health Application Deadline
Gateway Health Summer Practica/Internships
Mon 1/23


Eight projects available for summer 2017 with Gateway HealthSM, a medical assistance managed care organization providing Medicaid and Medicare to over 450,000 people in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Ohio, North Carolina, Kentucky, and West Virginia.
Mon
1/23
Pitt Public Health Event
Meditation Session with Center for Mindfulness and Consciousness Studies (Weekly on M/Th) Pitt Public Health Event
Meditation Session with Center for Mindfulness and Consciousness Studies (Weekly on M/Th)
Mon 1/23 12:00PM - 1:00PM


These drop-in meditation gatherings for Pitt  faculty, staff, and students occur twice weekly on Mondays and Thursdays. Meet in the Stoner Conference Room on the second floor of the Keystone Building, 3520 Fifth Avenue. Contact Pitt Public Health professor Tony Silvestre for more information or visit the center online at mindfulnesspitt.org

BCHS's Jessica Burke appointed as new associate dean for education

Jessica Burke, associate profe...
BCHS's Jessica Burke appointed as new associate dean for education

Jessica Burke, associate professor of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences, was recently appointed as the new associate dean for education of the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. The appointment will be effective March 1, 2017. (01/12/2017)

The Affordable Care Act – What’s The Future Hold?

KDKA-TV - Marian Jarlenski, as...
The Affordable Care Act – What’s The Future Hold?

KDKA-TV - Marian Jarlenski, assistant professor in Health Policy and Management, participated in a 30-minute panel discussion on the KD-PG Sunday Edition about the future of the Affordable Care Act.  (01/08/2017)

Pittsburgh one of “2017’s Best Cities for an Active Lifestyle”

NEXTPITTSBURGH  - If you’re r...
Pittsburgh one of “2017’s Best Cities for an Active Lifestyle”

NEXTPITTSBURGH  - If you’re resolving to be more active and get fit, then you’re in the right spot. In a recent research study, the personal finance website WalletHub crunched the numbers to determine “2017’s Best & Worst Cities for an Active Lifestyle” based on 30 weighted measures of cost, part... (01/08/2017)

APHA declares 2017 the Year of Climate Change and Health

Climate change is real, it is...
APHA declares 2017 the Year of Climate Change and Health

Climate change is real, it is happening toda,y and it profoundly affects our health. Yet people consistently rank the issue as a low priority for taking action because the health impacts of climate change seem like a distant threat. What we don’t always understand is how climate change is impa... (01/05/2017)

Obituary: M. Michael Barmada of Human Genetics

UNIVERSITY TIMES - M. Michael ...
Obituary: M. Michael Barmada of Human Genetics

UNIVERSITY TIMES - M. Michael Barmada, faculty member in the Department of Human Genetics in the Graduate School of Public Health, died Dec. 2, 2016, of gastroesophageal cancer.... Barmada was among the first researchers in the University to tackle next-generation sequencing. Colleagues remember not... (01/05/2017)
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