Wiese Lecture in Medical Humanities, Jan. 17
This lecture, “Why Do We Still Need Stories? A Narrative Approach to Clinical Ethics,” will explore how the stories that patients and family members tell us can help us recognize what matters most to them as they face difficult choices. Tuesday, Jan. 17, noon-1 p.m., in Bornstein Amphitheater. Hosted by the BWH Office of Clinical Ethics. Email email@example.com with questions.
LGBT Speaker series, jan. 31
This talk, “Provision of LGBT Health Care Within the VA: Lessons for Academic Medical Centers,” will focus on how other medical systems have developed culturally competent care for LGBT veterans. Tuesday, Jan. 31, noon-1 p.m. The event will be webcast from BWFH to the Building for Transformative Medicine, 9th floor, room 09004. Hosted by the BWHC LGBT & Allies Employee Resource Group. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
BWHYP Winter Wonderland Event, Jan. 31
Join the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Young Professionals as they ring in the new year with a winter wonderland extravaganza. The group will have a hot chocolate bar and two opportunities to learn how to use social media to enhance your professional career. Tuesday, Jan. 31, 5-7 p.m., in Carrie Hall. Click here for more information.
Center for Clinical Data Science User Group Meeting, Jan. 31
The Center for Clinical Data Science was founded to build a smarter health care system. Using artificial intelligence, the center is working to build and commercialize systems and tools that enhance patient outcomes and improve efficiency. Join the center’s inaugural user group meeting to share your ideas on how we can revolutionize human health. Tuesday,
Jan. 31, noon-1 p.m., in the Bayles Conference Room at 75 Francis St. Click here to learn more.
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