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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Center for Education in Health Sciences

Seminar Series & Events

The Center for Education in Health Sciences coordinates the Institute for Public Health and Medicine’s weekly speaker series. The IPHAM Seminar Series is an interdisciplinary forum where faculty, students, residents, fellows and staff gather to hear invited speakers present leading-edge work in the areas spanning public health and medicine.

For more information and to see the archive of previous seminar presentations, visit the Institute for Public Health and Medicine Seminar Series page.

Jan

21

Pain Studies: A Reading & Conversation - Lisa Olstein

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Lisa Olstein, MFA
Professor
University of Texas at Austin

Pain Studies: A Reading & Conversation

Author Lisa Olstein, discusses her recent book, an extended lyric essay exploring the intersection of pain, perception and language through the prism of her lifelong experience with migraine to deliver a marvelously idiosyncratic cultural history of pain how we experience, express, treat, and mistreat it.

**REGISTRATION REQUIRED**

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Jan

21

Reducing Disparities in Perinatal Depression: Impact and Innovation of the Mothers and Babies Program

Online - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Registration required.

"Reducing Disparities in Perinatal Depression: Impact and Innovation of the Mothers and Babies Program" is part of the Translational Applications in Public Health mini-series, which is a collaboration between the Institute for Public Health and Medicine (IPHAM) and the Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences (NUCATS) Institute

Guests:

Darius Tandon, PhD
Associate Professor
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Alicia Diebold, MSW
Research Data Analyst

Jaime Hamil, MPH
Research Project Manager

Jessica Johnson, MPH
Senior Program Administrator

Erin Ward, MA, MSW
Clinical Research Associate

Mothers and Babies is an evidence-based program that has been highlighted as one of the most effective interventions for the prevention of postpartum depression and has a proven record of success. It is guided by cognitive behavioral therapy and attachment theory, and is being scaled throughout the U.S. and internationally.

For more public health news, events, and announcements, visit the IPHAM website: https://feinberg.northwestern.edu/ipham

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Jan

21

Root Causes of Health Inequities Analysis: ARCC Learning Webinar with Dr. Linda Rae Murray

No Location - 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Root Causes are the underlying reasons that create the differences seen in health outcomes. They are the conditions in a community that determine whether people have access to the opportunities and resources they need to thrive. For example, the root cause of unequal allocation of power and resources creates unequal social, economic, and environmental conditions. Those conditions then lead to poorer health outcomes (National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, 2017).

During this session hosted by Northwestern s Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities, Dr. Linda Rae Murray (bio below) will share practical approaches to better understanding the root causes of health inequities. This session is designed for community and academic partners in research partnerships. This session will support research partnerships ability to conduct root causes analysis for historical, structural, and systemic factors related to the health issues and research questions their partnership is addressing. Question and answer time will be included.

Registration required:

https://northwestern.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIqcuuurjgpHt0ptNiJ-JST4a6RHHU-JuRa

Presenter Dr. Murray has spent her career serving the medically under served. She has worked in a variety of settings including serving as Chief Medical Officer - Primary Care of the Cook County Health System; Bureau Chief for the Chicago Department of Health under Mayor Harold Washington; and Medical Director of the federally funded health center, Winfield Moody, serving Cabrini Green Public Housing Project. Today she serves as an Honorary Attending of Cook County Health, Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois School of Public Health, and on many local and national boards including ARCC Steering Committee Member Health & Medicine Policy Research Group. Dr. Murray is devoting the rest of her career to being an enthusiastic full time trouble maker. She has been a voice for social justice and health as a basic human right for over fifty years. Full bio here.

The Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities (ARCC) funds seed grants to support partnerships that engage communities and stakeholders most impacted by health inequities in research collaboration with Northwestern research teams. Learn more about ARCC s 2021 Partnership Development and Research Pilot Seed Grants.

To learn more about ARCC, visit www.ARCConline.net and www.ARCCresources.net

ARCC is a program of Northwestern University's Center for Community Health

Questions: ARCC@northwestern.edu

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Jan

28

Annalese Duprey - The Romance of Silence:  A Medieval Perspective on Gender and Suffering in Medicine

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Annalese Duprey, PhD (English, Northwestern University)
Former Feinberg School of Medicine Medical Humanities and Bioethics Affiliate

The Romance of Silence:
A Medieval Perspective on Gender and Suffering in Medicine

Recent accounts of the seriousness with which womens' experience of pain is taken in the medical community give us pause to consider the connection between the mental and the physical aspects of health and illness. This talk will explore the thirteenth-century verse Roman de Silence---the story of a girl raised as a boy---for its questions about gendered bodily experience and suffering.

**REGISTRATION REQUIRED**

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Jan

28

Beyond Detention: New Findings from the Northwestern Juvenile Project

Online - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Registration required.

Guest:
Linda A. Teplin, PhD
Vice Chair for Research, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Owen L. Coon Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Dr. Linda Teplin is the Principal Investigator of the Northwestern Juvenile Project, a 20-year epidemiologic study of mental health needs and outcomes of youth after they leave detention. She sampled 1800 youth in the late nineties and has tracked and reinterviewed them ever since, up to their thirties. Professor Teplin will present key findings on psychiatric disorders; educational, social, and socioeconomic outcomes; and death rates.

For more public health news, events, and announcements, visit the IPHAM website: https://feinberg.northwestern.edu/ipham

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Feb

04

Nora Jones - Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Nora Jones

Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

**REGISTRATION REQUIRED**

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Feb

11

Jordan Brown - Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Jordan Brown

Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

**REGISTRATION REQUIRED**

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Feb

18

Larry Churchill - Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Larry Churchill

Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

**REGISTRATION REQUIRED**

LINK WILL BE POSTED

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Feb

25

MH&B Alum Flash(y) - Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

MH&B Alum Flash(y)

Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

**REGISTRATION REQUIRED**

LINK WILL BE POSTED

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Mar

04

Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Speaker/Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

more

Mar

11

Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Speaker/Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

more

Mar

16

Qualitative Methods Workshop for Community Partners - Two-Part Workshop

No Location - 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Thank you for your interest in this workshop. This *two-part session will provide an introductory overview of qualitative methods including types of qualitative data, tool creation, data collection methods, analysis, and provide opportunities to apply this learning through practice. The sessions will focus on qualitative methods most relevant to health-related community programming so there will be a heavy focus on preparing and conducting interviews. The second session will focus on learning from practice exercise experiences and analyzing interview and focus-group data.

Two-Part Workshop:

Part 1: Qualitative methods review

March 16th from 2-3PM

Part 2: Practical application and analysis

March 22nd from 2-3PM

*This workshop is designed to be completed as a set, with learning from the first session applied and revisited in the second session. Registration is required and space is limited due to the nature of this training. The sessions are highly interactive and practice exercises will be assigned for completion on your own during the week between sessions.

This series is open to everyone, but designed for community organizations. This training is co-hosted by Northwestern's Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities (ARCC) and Buehler Center for Health Policy and Economics.

Registration Required - Email us to register for this two-part workshop at ARCC@northwestern.edu.

more

Mar

18

Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Speaker/Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

more

Mar

25

Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Speaker/Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

more

Apr

01

Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Speaker/Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

more

Apr

08

Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Speaker/Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

more

Apr

15

Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Speaker/Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

more

Jan

21

Pain Studies: A Reading & Conversation - Lisa Olstein

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Lisa Olstein, MFA
Professor
University of Texas at Austin

Pain Studies: A Reading & Conversation

Author Lisa Olstein, discusses her recent book, an extended lyric essay exploring the intersection of pain, perception and language through the prism of her lifelong experience with migraine to deliver a marvelously idiosyncratic cultural history of pain how we experience, express, treat, and mistreat it.

**REGISTRATION REQUIRED**

REGISTER HERE

Read more about this series | Sign up for lecture announcements

more

Jan

21

Root Causes of Health Inequities Analysis: ARCC Learning Webinar with Dr. Linda Rae Murray

No Location - 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Root Causes are the underlying reasons that create the differences seen in health outcomes. They are the conditions in a community that determine whether people have access to the opportunities and resources they need to thrive. For example, the root cause of unequal allocation of power and resources creates unequal social, economic, and environmental conditions. Those conditions then lead to poorer health outcomes (National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, 2017).

During this session hosted by Northwestern s Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities, Dr. Linda Rae Murray (bio below) will share practical approaches to better understanding the root causes of health inequities. This session is designed for community and academic partners in research partnerships. This session will support research partnerships ability to conduct root causes analysis for historical, structural, and systemic factors related to the health issues and research questions their partnership is addressing. Question and answer time will be included.

Registration required:

https://northwestern.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIqcuuurjgpHt0ptNiJ-JST4a6RHHU-JuRa

Presenter Dr. Murray has spent her career serving the medically under served. She has worked in a variety of settings including serving as Chief Medical Officer - Primary Care of the Cook County Health System; Bureau Chief for the Chicago Department of Health under Mayor Harold Washington; and Medical Director of the federally funded health center, Winfield Moody, serving Cabrini Green Public Housing Project. Today she serves as an Honorary Attending of Cook County Health, Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois School of Public Health, and on many local and national boards including ARCC Steering Committee Member Health & Medicine Policy Research Group. Dr. Murray is devoting the rest of her career to being an enthusiastic full time trouble maker. She has been a voice for social justice and health as a basic human right for over fifty years. Full bio here.

The Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities (ARCC) funds seed grants to support partnerships that engage communities and stakeholders most impacted by health inequities in research collaboration with Northwestern research teams. Learn more about ARCC s 2021 Partnership Development and Research Pilot Seed Grants.

To learn more about ARCC, visit www.ARCConline.net and www.ARCCresources.net

ARCC is a program of Northwestern University's Center for Community Health

Questions: ARCC@northwestern.edu

more

Jan

22

Global Health Pre-Departure Seminar: Global Health Ethics

Online - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Presenter: Ashti Doobay-Persaud, MD, Assistant Professor of Hospital Medicine and Associate Director of Global Health Graduate Education, Feinberg School of Medicine

Title: Global Health Ethics

Part of the Global Health Pre-Departure Seminar Series.
Date: Friday, January 22nd, 2021
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

**This lecture will be held virtually via Zoom. The link will be shared with all who RSVP**

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Jan

26

NMH Ethics presents Virtual Schwartz Rounds - TBA

Online - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Northwestern Memorial Hospital

Presents

VIRTUAL SCHWARTZ ROUNDS

Speaker/topic to be announced

Schwartz Center Rounds is a multidisciplinary forum where caregivers discuss difficult emotional and social issues that arise in caring for patients.

Learning Objectives for This Program:
1. Examine social and emotional aspects of patient care delivery.
2. Discuss the impact of interdisciplinary collaboration on patient care delivery.

This event is not presented by the Center for Bioethics and Medical Humanities. We are sharing it here with permission.

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Jan

28

Annalese Duprey - The Romance of Silence:  A Medieval Perspective on Gender and Suffering in Medicine

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Annalese Duprey, PhD (English, Northwestern University)
Former Feinberg School of Medicine Medical Humanities and Bioethics Affiliate

The Romance of Silence:
A Medieval Perspective on Gender and Suffering in Medicine

Recent accounts of the seriousness with which womens' experience of pain is taken in the medical community give us pause to consider the connection between the mental and the physical aspects of health and illness. This talk will explore the thirteenth-century verse Roman de Silence---the story of a girl raised as a boy---for its questions about gendered bodily experience and suffering.

**REGISTRATION REQUIRED**

LINK WILL BE POSTED

Read more about this series | Sign up for lecture announcements

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Jan

28

Patient Safety Grand Rounds - TBA

Online - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

VIRTUAL Patient Safety Grand Rounds

presented by

NMH Quality Patient Safety

Speaker/topic to be announced

Learning Objectives:
Discuss a current issue related to patient safety, and propose strategies to improve patient safety.

This event is not presented by the Center for Bioethics and Medical Humanities. We are sharing it here with permission.

more

Feb

04

Nora Jones - Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Nora Jones

Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

**REGISTRATION REQUIRED**

LINK WILL BE POSTED

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Feb

05

Institute for Global Health Seminar Series - COVID-19: A Global Threat to the Nervous System

Online - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Please join the Institute for Global Health for our "First Friday" Seminar Series! This webinar will be available through Zoom, and registration is required in order to receive information to join. All that register will receive a link that is unique to them.

Guest Speaker: Igor J. Koralnik, MD
Archibald Church Professor of Neurology
Chief, Division of Neuro-Infectious Diseases & Global Neurology
Davee Department of Neurology
Director, Global Neurology Program
Global Health Institute

In December 2019, Dr. Igor Koralnik joined the Northwestern Medicine Staff, where he currently serves as the Chief of Neuroinfectious Diseases and Global Neurology. He also works as the Archibald Church Professor of Neurology at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University. Since the spread of COVID-19 began, Dr. Koralnik has leveraged his expertise from the AIDS epidemic to offer insight and conduct research regarding the neurological manifestation of COVID-19, and has recently published a study in the Annals of Neurology where he reviewed the neurological complications of COVID-19.

Dr. Koralnik started the Neuro COVID-19 Clinic at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in May 2020, where he and his team investigate, diagnose and manage neurological symptoms of patients affected by the illness.

The Institute for Global Health Seminar Series is held the first Friday of each month, September through July, and will feature the research and ideas of outstanding global health leaders at Feinberg, the larger Northwestern community, and beyond.

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Feb

11

Jordan Brown - Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Jordan Brown

Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

**REGISTRATION REQUIRED**

LINK WILL BE POSTED

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Feb

12

Key Concepts in Dissemination and Implementation Science: Ensuring Equity in Research Translation

No Location - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Friday, February 12, 2021 9AM 12PM CT

Please join us for a virtual workshop. Dissemination and implementation (D&I) science is a growing research field that seeks to inform how evidence-based interventions and programs can be successfully adopted, implemented, and maintained. This workshop will provide an introduction to key D&I terminology, methods, and measures, with a fundamental focus on the value of involving community stakeholders in all aspects of research while ensuring equity in the translational process.

This free workshop is appropriate for those interested in D&I science, health equity, and/or the development, adoption, or implementation of evidence-based interventions and programs.

If you are interested in attending, please email: implementationscience@northwestern.edu

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Feb

18

Larry Churchill - Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Larry Churchill

Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

**REGISTRATION REQUIRED**

LINK WILL BE POSTED

Read more about this series | Sign up for lecture announcements

more

Feb

25

MH&B Alum Flash(y) - Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

MH&B Alum Flash(y)

Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

**REGISTRATION REQUIRED**

LINK WILL BE POSTED

Read more about this series | Sign up for lecture announcements

more

Mar

04

Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Speaker/Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

more

Mar

11

Montgomery Lecture Series

Online - 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

The Master of Arts in Medical Humanities & Bioethics

Presents

A Montgomery Lecture

With

Speaker/Topic to be announced

The Montgomery Lectures series addresses diverse topics within bioethics and the medical humanities. Presenters are faculty, affiliates, and alumni of the Medical Humanities & Bioethics Graduate Program--along with a few special guests. The lectures run every Thursday from noon to 12:45pm during The Graduate School's fall, winter, and spring quarters. They are open to students, faculty, and the general public. Formerly called "Special Topics in MH&B", this series was renamed in 2013 for Emeritus Professor Kathryn Montgomery.

more

Mar

16

Qualitative Methods Workshop for Community Partners - Two-Part Workshop

No Location - 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Thank you for your interest in this workshop. This *two-part session will provide an introductory overview of qualitative methods including types of qualitative data, tool creation, data collection methods, analysis, and provide opportunities to apply this learning through practice. The sessions will focus on qualitative methods most relevant to health-related community programming so there will be a heavy focus on preparing and conducting interviews. The second session will focus on learning from practice exercise experiences and analyzing interview and focus-group data.

Two-Part Workshop:

Part 1: Qualitative methods review

March 16th from 2-3PM

Part 2: Practical application and analysis

March 22nd from 2-3PM

*This workshop is designed to be completed as a set, with learning from the first session applied and revisited in the second session. Registration is required and space is limited due to the nature of this training. The sessions are highly interactive and practice exercises will be assigned for completion on your own during the week between sessions.

This series is open to everyone, but designed for community organizations. This training is co-hosted by Northwestern's Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities (ARCC) and Buehler Center for Health Policy and Economics.

Registration Required - Email us to register for this two-part workshop at ARCC@northwestern.edu.

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