Event Calendar

Each month, University Health Network hosts a wide variety of lectures, events and ongoing research. Events and projects are open to staff, physicians and the public. There are also a number of ongoing events happening at our hospitals. Scroll down for a complete listing.

Patient Education Events

June 2008

PMH Patient Education Calendar of Events
Date: June 2008
Location: Princess Margaret Hospital
A listing of patient education daily programs as well as weekly support programs for the month. Includes a description of events for Anemia and Fatigue, Prostate Cancer, Introduction to Radiation Therapy, Nutrition for Wellness After Treatment, Finding Health Information on the Internet, and more.
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Public Events

June 2008

(Dis)Engaged
Date: June 26, 2008
Location: Toronto Western Hospital, McLaughlin Pavillion, 8th Floor, 8-415
Planned Parenthood Toronto presents a report on the challenges and barriers in sexual and reproductive health faced by Women who have Sex with Women. Light lunch provided.

For more information please visit the Planned Parenthood website or contact Elizabeth Abraham at elizabeth.abraham@uhn.on.ca

Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention
Date: June 27, 2008
Location:
Toronto General Hospital, 1st Floor, Eaton North, EN1-441

Racism, homophobia and stigma; Coming out, myths and stereotypes around men of colour who have sex with men (MSM).

A UHN Pride Week event. Light lunch provided.

For more information please visit:
www.black-cap.com or contact Elizabeth Abraham at elizabeth.abraham@uhn.on.ca

Ongoing Events


Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Clinics
Date: Ongoing
Location: All three hospitals
Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction is an approach to self-care that will help individuals to cope with stress, pain and illness. The techniques that are taught will help an individual learn to focus awareness on body sensations, thoughts and emotions in a non-judgmental way. Through this practice, a person becomes able to explore their inner world of mind/body, recognize and mobilize their inner psychological resources and take better care of the self.

For more information, visit the UHN Resources on Pain section.

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