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Community Seminar Series: Register for Autumn Health Picks 2023 Webinars


Community Seminar Series: Register for Autumn Health Picks 2023 Webinars

Connect with emerging health science

Communities and healthcare professionals need trusted connections to stay informed of emerging advancements in health sciences. Gain research-based insights into complex health issues as researchers from University of Illinois deliver forward-thinking, holistic solutions for addressing today’s health challenges.

  • Attend any or all workshops in the series
  • Workshops are free to attend; registration is required.
  • CEUs through Continuing Education Institute of Illinois (CEII) are available for a fee.
  • Register for workshops and corresponding CEUs prior to the workshop date.
  • Post-session registration for CEUs will not be available.

Autumn Health Picks Series 2023

  • Oct. 18 | Noon: Between Two Worlds: Bicultural Emerging Adults' Navigation of Interpersonal Conflict
  • Oct. 25 | Noon: Dating Matters: The Science of Healthy Intimate Relationships
  • Nov. 1 | Noon: Understanding Schizophrenia: Improvements in Treatment Effectiveness and Precision
  • Nov. 8 | Noon: Navigating Noise: Clear Communication and Hearing Conservation
  • Nov. 15 | Noon: All About Process: How Ultra-Processed Foods Impact Health


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