This service is offered to employees who are interested in taking the first steps in making nutrition and lifestyle changes. A Mount Sinai Health System Registered Dietitian (RD), who is also a Certified Diabetes Educator Registered Dietitians is available to see employees with prediabetes, obesity, and/or diabetes on campus.
To schedule an appointment with the personal nutritionist, email email@example.com.
Mount Sinai Calm offers free yoga classes for staff, faculty, and students. Registration is not required and mats are provided. Specific locations and times are listed below. To join the weekly Yoga update, email firstname.lastname@example.org or 4CALM@mountsinai.org.
The ICARE Team is a peer support program for health care workers who have experienced a stressful work-related event, usually clinical in nature. It is now available throughout the Mount Sinai Health System. Employees seeking support through the ICARE Team should click here.
Hosted by the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, will feature a screening of the film, “Coming to my Senses”. The film is about how a more positive approach combined with access to resources affects those struggling to overcome immobility caused by paralysis. This event is open to all Faculty, Staff and general public. To view the trailer, click here. To RSVP to this free event, email email@example.com.
The annual Mount Sinai Health System Libraries Information and Education Forum features research demonstrations, information, and exhibits from the Mount Sinai Health System Libraries.
Mr. Cone’s talk Frontline Reports: The Doctors Without Borders Experience will explore the work of the organization in today’s most urgent humanitarian crises, ranging from Myanmar to the Central African Republic, as well as how MSF balances its commitment to medical action and speaking out for disaster-affected communities.
The Respectful and Equitable Access to Comprehensive Healthcare (REACH) is co-sponsoring free training for all providers who wish to be certified to prescribe buprenorphine and learn more about its use for treatment of opioid use disorder. All physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants are invited to attend.
Graduate Program in Public Health Spotlight Series. Dr. Jorge E. Chavarro, MD of Harvard Medical School presents.
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