Events Calendar

12

Jan

Webinar

Start with What Matters Most – How Purpose and Dignity Help Us Thrive in the Pandemic and Beyond

2020 has been a tumultuous year to say the least, with its effects permeating our homes, workplaces, and communities around the globe. As we launch into 2021, how can we boost our emotional well-being, resupply...

12

Jan

Online Class

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)

This class is co-sponsored with the Stanford Center for Integrative Medicine.It has been known for centuries in the meditative traditions, and now widely accepted in Western culture, that the sustained practice of...

13

Jan

Berry Event

PDV 103 — Playful Mindfulness: A Journey to Everyday Confidence, Calm, and Connection

The fast-paced demands of our current world often leave us breathless and frustrated. Mindfulness—paying attention to the present moment with curiosity and kindness—helps us slow down, take a breath, and befriend the inner resources that lead to discovery, delight, and a life well-lived. Integrating insights and exercises from Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive …

13

Jan

Webinar

Beyond Diet – The Science of the Human Appetite

Why are some people hungrier than others? Why, despite all of the latest advice, are obesity rates still so high? And why don't diets seem to work in the long run? Join us...

14

Jan

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

14

Jan

Wellness Event

Living Better with Prediabetes

Free and open to the community A third of U.S. adults have prediabetes, a condition where there are early signs that diabetes is developing. The leading causes of prediabetes are excess weight, lack of physical activity, and a diet too high in simple carbohydrates (like starches and sugars). Prediabetes is most often reversible and should …

14

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

14

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

14

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Pediatrics COVID-19 in Children Seminar Series (CME): A Case-Based Approach to MIS-C

A Case-Based Approach to MIS-C: Can We Agree on Diagnosis and Treatment? Presented By:Guillermo De Angulo, MDClinical Assistant Professor, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Dana Gerstbacher, MDClinical Assistant Professor, Pediatric Rheumatology Saraswati Kache, MDClinical Professor, Pediatric Critical Care Hayden Schwenk, MDClinical Associate Professor, Pediatric Infectious Diseases Seda Tierney, MDAssociate Professor, Pediatric Cardiology This forum is explicitly devoted …

14

Jan

Wellness Event

Dog Therapy Virtual Visit

Join us for a virtual dog therapy session.  Dogs that participate in the Stanford Pet Partners program as well as SHC PAWs program will be available for some destress time on camera.  Audience members can ask questions about the programs, dogs and anything else they are interested in about the dogs.  Sometimes we can get …

15

Jan

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

15

Jan

Wellness Event

The Art of Snacking

Do you belong to the 90% of Americans who snack? Do you go for that planned mid-day snack, graze your way through the workday, or skip meals in lieu of your favorite treat? Our culture is obsessed with snacking, and snack foods are ubiquitous in our food environment. While a well-placed and balanced snack can …

15

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

15

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

15

Jan

Wellness Event

In the Wake of 2020: Managing Vicarious Trauma and Burnout

Exposure to the many stressors of 2020 creates vulnerability to vicarious trauma and burnout in all of us. Unnoticed and unaddressed, vicarious trauma and burnout can result in stress, hopelessness, a sense of inadequacy, and lead to physical and emotional symptoms. This workshop will provide an overview of vicarious trauma and burnout as well as …

15

Jan

Wellness Event

Pediatric Grand Rounds Webinar (CME): Value in Inpatient Pediatrics Quality Improvement Network

Pediatric Grand Rounds Webinar (CME): Value in Inpatient Pediatrics Quality Improvement NetworkShawn Ralston, MD, MS, MA – Johns Hopkins This session will describe the efforts of a national inpatient quality improvement network, including successes and barriers to translating QI best practices across diverse pediatric hospital settings. Session DescriptionThis session will describe the efforts of a …

15

Jan

Berry Event

In the Wake of 2020: Managing Vicarious Trauma and Burnout

Exposure to the many stressors of 2020 creates vulnerability to vicarious trauma and burnout in all of us. Unnoticed and unaddressed, vicarious trauma and burnout can result in stress, hopelessness, a sense of inadequacy, and lead to physical and emotional symptoms. This workshop will provide an overview of vicarious trauma and burnout as well as …

15

Jan

Webinar

The Art of Snacking

Do you belong to the 90% of Americans who snack? Do you go for that planned mid-day snack, graze your way through the workday, or skip meals in lieu of your favorite treat? Our...

16

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

16

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

17

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Community Hour

Each Sunday, we welcome faculty, staff, students, alums, and community members to join us for a conversation with a special guest. 

17

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

17

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

18

Jan

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

18

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

18

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

18

Jan

Berry Event

PDV 83 W — Choosing Happiness

Most of us have the formula backward: Success does not create happiness—it’s happiness that creates success. Research shows a causal relationship between happiness and achieving greater wealth and higher performance, health, resilience to stress, and positive relationships. Happier people enjoy numerous advantages because they more adeptly respond to challenges and create opportunities. In this course, …

19

Jan

Wellness Event

Fireside Chat with Stephen Buehler

Join BeWell for a free fireside chat with Stephen Buehler, Psychotherapist, Leadership Coach and Consultant and moderator Patty de Vries, associate director of faculty and staff wellness. Preregistration is required. Register

19

Jan

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

19

Jan

Wellness Event

Cancer Early Detection Seminar Series – Dr. Thomas Kislinger

The Canary Center at Stanford for Cancer Early Detection is committed to fundamental discovery and translation of novel early cancer detection and prognostication strategies. We have brought together scientists, physicians, and engineers to think outside the box to create new solutions for cancer early detection. The Canary Center hosts a seminar series, CEDSS, that presents …

19

Jan

Wellness Event

Gentle Reset – Embracing New Beginnings

Our challenges do not disappear with the turn of a calendar, yet something about this time of year inspires a reset. How can we embrace the new beginning of a year while honoring the continued reality of our circumstances? This noontime webinar introduces principles of mindfulness and self-compassion as tools for meeting the moment. Through …

19

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

19

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

19

Jan

Webinar

Gentle Reset – Embracing New Beginnings

Our challenges do not disappear with the turn of a calendar, yet something about this time of year inspires a reset. How can we embrace the new beginning of a year while honoring...

20

Jan

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

20

Jan

Wellness Event

Sitting Space – Meditation led by Stanford Students

Sitting Space is a student-led meditation group that aims to foster meditative practices and conversation about the benefits of meditation. Each week, students will lead a guided meditation for approximately 20-30 minutes. All are welcome to join! Wednesdays 6:00pm – 7:00pm PST Zoom link: http://tinyurl.com/sittingspaceMeeting ID: 518 739 7905Password: 123456

20

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

20

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

20

Jan

Wellness Event

The Future of Arms Control and Nonproliferation: Where Are We in 2021? Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins

Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins is the Founder and Executive Director of Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security and Conflict Transformation (WCAPS). She is a Nonresident Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution Chair, Committee on Radioactive Sources, National Academy of Sciences Lead, Women in National Security Law, ABA Law and National Security Women Building Peace Council Member, USIP

20

Jan

Wellness Event

A Place for Peace

Peace is not the absence of conflict, but the ability to find calm in the midst of a difficult time. Join us as we make space for a moment of peace. All are welcome. Regardless of your religious identity or political opinion, this is a place for you. A place for peace. Livestream link

21

Jan

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

21

Jan

Wellness Event

STUCK@HOME, Stanford Medicine Virtual Concert

STUCK@HOME Stanford Medicine Virtual Concert We believe in the power of music to heal and unite, particularly during uncertain times. This week our theme is: “The America we strive for and love.” Join us! Stuck@Home Concert January 21, 2021  5:30PM – 6:30PM (PDT) This event is free and open to the public.  Please register in …

21

Jan

Wellness Event

Safe Inside – Cultivating Inner Security in an Uncertain World

Physical safety is critical to our well-being, yet even when our basic physical needs are being met, we still may not feel safe inside. Safety is a combination of protection from physical harm as well as an inner feeling based on our emotions, relationships, and sense of belonging. In this noontime webinar, we will discuss …

21

Jan

Wellness Event

New to Grief – Coping with Loss and Strengthening Resilience

When someone experiences a loss, their grief can overwhelm them with strong and conflicting emotions. Some may feel drowned in sorrow, while others feel numb and removed from daily life. Grief can make it difficult to carry on with day-to-day tasks or relate to others. While many think of grief only over the death of …

21

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

21

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

21

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Pediatrics COVID-19 in Children Seminar Series (CME): COVID and the Eyes, Nose, and Throat

Direct and Indirect Effects of COVID: Skin, Eyes, and ENT Presented By:Zara Patel, MDAssociate Professor, Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery Divisions Tawna Roberts, OD, PhD Assistant Professor, Ophthalmology Joanna Tu, MDResident, Dermatology  This forum is explicitly devoted to the COVID-19 pandemic and is focused on its impact on the pediatric population and the surrounding community. …

21

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Medicine | OCE COVID-19 Community Town Hall: Vaccine Readiness

Please join us as we present the 7th COVID-19 Virtual Community Town Hall via Zoom and Facebook Live COVID-19 Community Virtual Town Hall: VACCINE READINESS Vaccines are here!  Everything you need to know about the vaccine.Register Today | https://bit.ly/OCE_COVID19_TH_Reg7 Stay tuned for more information | https://med.stanford.edu/oce/partnerships-collaborations/covid19-community-town-hall.html Join via Zoom (and for Zoom Spanish Translation) link provided …

21

Jan

Berry Event

How to Rack and Pack Climbing Gear (Stanford Adventure Programs)

Wondering how to keep your cord, slings, and rope from becoming an unruly tangle? Not sure exactly how to carry gear on your harness or in your pack? This clinics will give you some tips and tricks to keep your gear neat and organized. Register Here

21

Jan

Online Class

New to Grief – Coping with Loss and Strengthening Resilience

When someone experiences a loss, their grief can overwhelm them with strong and conflicting emotions. Some may feel drowned in sorrow, while others feel numb and removed from daily life. Grief can make...

21

Jan

Webinar

Safe Inside – Cultivating Inner Security in an Uncertain World

Physical safety is critical to our well-being, yet even when our basic physical needs are being met, we still may not feel safe inside. Safety is a combination of protection from physical harm...

22

Jan

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

22

Jan

Wellness Event

Navigating Screen Time During a Pandemic

Please join us for part three of this three-part webinar support series called “Positive Parenting During COVID-19.” This is a 60 minute presentation including didactic and discussion components addressing what is known about principles of screen time management for youth and what is known about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on screen time use. …

22

Jan

Wellness Event

Get Excited to Create Your Physical Activity Plan – Tips from Behavioral and Exercise Science

It is no secret that physical activity provides countless benefits for both the body and mind, yet despite good intentions, many people struggle with sticking to a plan. This noontime webinar will combine expertise from both exercise and behavioral science, giving you the tools you need to set realistic physical activity goals and the motivation …

22

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

22

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

22

Jan

Wellness Event

Pediatric Grand Rounds Webinar (CME): Overview of Interventional Radiology

Pediatric Grand Rounds Webinar (CME): Overview of Interventional RadiologyShellie Josephs, MD – Stanford School of Medicine Please visit our website for CME and Zoom information

22

Jan

Webinar

Get Excited to Create Your Physical Activity Plan – Tips from Behavioral and Exercise Science

It is no secret that physical activity provides countless benefits for both the body and mind, yet despite good intentions, many people struggle with sticking to a plan. This noontime webinar will combine...

23

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

23

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

24

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Community Hour

Each Sunday, we welcome faculty, staff, students, alums, and community members to join us for a conversation with a special guest. 

24

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

24

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

24

Jan

Wellness Event

Student-Led Yoga

Student-Led Yoga is another opportunity to practice our student-led yoga. It is intended as a means of making the mental and physical benefits of asanas readily available to all, regardless of where you are on your yogi journey. Expect to move with your breath: this well-balanced Vinyasa flow class intends to get you out of your …

25

Jan

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

25

Jan

Wellness Event

Resourcing Ourselves for Resilience

You may have heard that resilience is about “bouncing back” after an experience of failure or adversity, but resilience can also allow an individual to “bounce forward” and experience a positive change after a traumatic event. Resilience is not a personality trait that only some people possess. Instead, recent research has found that resilience is …

25

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

25

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

25

Jan

Wellness Event

Time for Action: A Symposium to Advance Upstream Social Determinants and Health Equity

Please join us for the National Action Agenda Symposium on January 25-26, 2021. The event will focus on action recommendations devised by subject matter experts nationwide during the past year – including a preview of how implementation will begin at our model site in the months ahead. Event Information and Registration Stewards of Change Institute, …

25

Jan

Online Class

Resourcing Ourselves for Resilience

You may have heard that resilience is about “bouncing back” after an experience of failure or adversity, but resilience can also allow an individual to “bounce forward” and experience a positive change after...

26

Jan

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

26

Jan

Wellness Event

Fireside Chat with Phyllis Stewart Pires

Join BeWell for a free fireside chat with Phyllis Stewart Pires, Senior Director of WorkLife Strategy at Stanford, and moderator Patty de Vries, associate director of faculty and staff wellness. Preregistration is required. Register

26

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

26

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

26

Jan

Wellness Event

Risking Your Life to Test a Life-Saving Vaccine

Would you volunteer to be Injected with COVID-19? In the dark early weeks of the pandemic, thousands of young people from all over the world volunteered to be injected with Covid, in order to speed up vaccine trials. They formed an organization called 1Day Sooner, believing that speeding a vaccine up by even one day …

26

Jan

Berry Event

Top Rope Anchors (Stanford Adventure Programs)

New to climbing and want to learn how to set up your own top rope anchors? Learn about basic knots, materials, and anchor concepts to help get you ready to climb outside on your own. This clinic will prepare you to set up top ropes on bolted anchors. Register Here

27

Jan

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

27

Jan

Wellness Event

Intuitive Eating – Making Peace with Food, Jan 27 – Feb 24, 2021

Are you tired of the endless dieting-cycles and body loathing? Do you analyze every food decision? Have you stopped trusting yourself around food? Diets are not only a low ROI endeavor, they can cause long term harm, “eat up” our energy, and keep us from living our best lives yet. Discover an alternative to the …

27

Jan

Wellness Event

Sitting Space – Meditation led by Stanford Students

Sitting Space is a student-led meditation group that aims to foster meditative practices and conversation about the benefits of meditation. Each week, students will lead a guided meditation for approximately 20-30 minutes. All are welcome to join! Wednesdays 6:00pm – 7:00pm PST Zoom link: http://tinyurl.com/sittingspaceMeeting ID: 518 739 7905Password: 123456

27

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

27

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

27

Jan

Wellness Event

Story Exchange Workshop: Anger & Justice

Meeting the Moment presents the January Story Exchange Workshop. The Stanford community is invited to a workshop focusing on this month’s Meeting the Moment theme, Anger & Justice. Hosted by Emma Master ’19 and Elaine Lai, PhD Candidate. Sign up at the link below with your Stanford email to receive the Zoom link.

27

Jan

Wellness Event

Natural Capital Conversations – The Anthropocene Ocean

The Anthropocene Ocean – January 27, 2021 Humans have become a dominant force of planetary change. This epoch, referred to as the Anthropocene, implies profound alterations to the Earth’s marine and terrestrial ecosystems upon which so many people depend. The prospect of a new era of blue growth, in particular, poses unprecedented sustainability and governance …

27

Jan

Online Class

Intuitive Eating – Making Peace with Food

Are you tired of the endless dieting-cycles and body loathing? Do you analyze every food decision? Have you stopped trusting yourself around food? Diets are not only a low ROI endeavor, they can...

28

Jan

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

28

Jan

Wellness Event

Let’s Try This Again – A Fresh Take on Healthy Eating for 2021

This is the time of year when we make resolutions related to diet and exercise, but these new goals often fall short when we approach our resolutions with fad diets, internal and external weight bias, and unrealistic expectations of weight outcomes. Healthy eating does not have to be an overwhelming burden doomed to failure. With …

28

Jan

Wellness Event

Take Charge! Guided Advance Care Planning

What matters most to you? If you were facing serious illness, what kind of care would you want? If you couldn’t speak for yourself, who would? Planning for your future care can bring peace of mind – to you and your loved ones. Advance care planning is a process that helps you decide and document …

28

Jan

Wellness Event

MIPS Seminar – Dr. Carolyn Bertozzi, PhD

The Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford (MIPS) was established as an inter-disciplinary program in 2003 by the Dean of the School of Medicine (Dr. Philip Pizzo) and brings together scientists and physicians who share a common interest in developing and using state-of-the-art imaging technology and developing molecular imaging assays for studying intact biological systems. The …

28

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

28

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

28

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Pediatrics COVID-19 in Children Seminar Series (CME): COVID Vaccine Update

COVID Vaccine Update Presented By:Grace Lee, MD, MPHAssociate Chief Medical Officer for Practice Innovation,Stanford Children’s HealthProfessor of Pediatrics, Stanford School of Medicine This forum is explicitly devoted to the COVID-19 pandemic and is focused on its impact on the pediatric population and the surrounding community. These weekly sessions will include a rigorous review of recent …

28

Jan

Online Class

Take Charge! Guided Advance Care Planning

What matters most to you? If you were facing serious illness, what kind of care would you want? If you couldn’t speak for yourself, who would? Planning for your future care can...

28

Jan

Webinar

Let’s Try This Again – A Fresh Take on Healthy Eating for 2021

This is the time of year when we make resolutions related to diet and exercise, but these new goals often fall short when we approach our resolutions with fad diets, internal and external...

29

Jan

Berry Event

Your Health Care Benefits in Retirement

If you plan to retire in the next 6-8 months, this workshop is for you. By providing you with a roadmap of your benefits in retirement, we hope you’ll understand what it means to be a Stanford Retiree, from eligibility and costs to health care options to perks and other benefits. And we will help …

29

Jan

Wellness Event

Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford

Stanford Libraries presents Work and Social Justice: The David Bacon Photography Archive at Stanford, on view October 19, 2020, through May 9, 2021, in the Peterson Gallery and Munger Rotunda, Green Library Bing Wing. The exhibition celebrates the David Bacon Photography Archive, recently acquired in January of 2019 by Stanford Libraries’ Special Collections. A union organizer for two …

29

Jan

Wellness Event

Food Planning 101, Jan 29 – Feb 26, 2021

Do you feel like you’re eating the same thing over and over again? Are you getting lost in the “should’s” and “should not’s” of food prep and planning? Healthy eating begins with a well-stocked pantry and a simple, nutritious meal plan, but sometimes the logistics of grocery shopping, searching for recipes, and food preparation can …

29

Jan

Wellness Event

Nurturing Connections During Challenging Times, Jan 29 – Feb 26, 2021

It is natural to feel disconnected, stressed, or unhappy amidst these restricting, uncertain times. Our lack of social connections has heightened our need for togetherness, and yet many of us do not know how to become fulfilled. Can fulfillment come solely from within, or does happiness depend on nurturing harmonious relationships? This 5-session online engagement …

29

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

29

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

29

Jan

Wellness Event

Quality Improvement Series (CME): Learning from Our System Failures

Quality Improvement Series (CME): Learning from Our System FailuresLane Donnelly, MD – Stanford School of Medicine This session will review events in which system errors have occurred and resulted in harm to patients. Please visit our website for CME and Zoom information

29

Jan

Berry Event

Map and Compass Basics (Stanford Adventure Programs)

Join us at Stanford’s Dish to learn the basics of navigating with a map and compass. Register Here

29

Jan

Online Class

Nurturing Connections During Challenging Times

It is natural to feel disconnected, stressed, or unhappy amidst these restricting, uncertain times. Our lack of social connections has heightened our need for togetherness, and yet many of us do not know...

29

Jan

Online Class

Food Planning 101

Do you feel like you’re eating the same thing over and over again? Are you getting lost in the “should’s” and “should not’s” of food prep and planning? Healthy eating...

30

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

30

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

31

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Community Hour

Each Sunday, we welcome faculty, staff, students, alums, and community members to join us for a conversation with a special guest. 

31

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Recruiting for Treatment Resistant Depression Study

A new study funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is recruiting people currently experiencing symptoms of depression and suicidal thoughts. All eligible will receive one infusion of Ketamine followed by 4 weeks of a medication or placebo. You may be eligible to participate in this 6-week study if you are between 18-70 years …

31

Jan

Wellness Event

Stanford Depression Research Clinic Currently Recruiting for ASCERTAIN-TRD Study

Augmentation versus Switch: Comparative Effectiveness Research Trial for Antidepressant Incomplete and Non-Responders with Treatment Resistant Depression (ASCERTAIN-TRD) The Stanford Depression Research Clinic is seeking people with major depressive disorder (MDD) to participate in a new research study.  If you are between the ages of 18 and 80, currently depressed, and have a history of trying …

31

Jan

Wellness Event

Student-Led Yoga

Student-Led Yoga is another opportunity to practice our student-led yoga. It is intended as a means of making the mental and physical benefits of asanas readily available to all, regardless of where you are on your yogi journey. Expect to move with your breath: this well-balanced Vinyasa flow class intends to get you out of your …