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Is There a Missing Link to COVID19 Treatment 

Presenter: Richard Chmielewski, DO     
August 13, 2020
On March 15, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) officially characterized the spread of the novel coronavirus from China as a global pandemic. One hundred years ago, osteopathic physicians were deeply involved in treating thousands of patients of Spanish influenza. Join Dr. Richard Chmielewski as he shares and demonstrates how to integrate osteopathic medicine in the treatment of COVID-19 and future pandemics.

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Preventing Suicide in Healthcare Setting

Presenter: Bettina Bernstein, DO     
November 7, 2018
The Joint Commission designated suicide a sentinel event. Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for US youth age 10 to 24 and accounts for 5,900 of 40,000 deaths from suicide each year. This webinar will give participants the tools to better screen for suicide and thus be part of a lifesaving network of care. View Webinar and Slides for Preventing Suicide in Healthcare Setting      View Medical School Toolkit


Musculoskeletal Health Disparities: Breaking the Vicious Cycle 

Presenter: Tamara Huff, MD         
 July 11, 2018
This webinar discusses the scope and causes of disparities in musculoskeletal healthcare. Dr. Huff expounds on the connection between obesity and joint pain, and how movement is key to break this vicious cycle. She also discusses new challenges to ensuring equitable musculoskeletal care in diverse communities. View webinar and slides

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Narrative Competence and Empathy in Patient Care

Presenter: Daniel J. Waters, DO, FACOS
March 28, 2018
This webinar defines narrative medicine or narrative health care and its benefits. Dr. Waters describes the importance of the patient's story, outlines narrative competence, and discusses the applicability of narrative skills to medical education and clinical practice. View webinar and slides.