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Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (UofU Health Faculty & Staff only)

College of Health Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, (MBSR), was developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the Center for Mindfulness, University of Massachusetts Medical School. MBSR is an intensive training in developing mindful awareness and accessing our innate capacity for health, healing and growth. Groups meet for for an orientation, 8 weekly classes and an all-day retreat between weeks six and seven. Guided instruction in various practices is provided, including sitting and walking meditation, body scan, gentle yoga, and mindful communication. These practices are enhanced through inquiry exercises, group dialogue, and daily home assignments. Jon Kabat-Zinn’s definition of mindfulness is, “paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgementally.” Stress is an inherent part of our lives.  We do not practice mindfulness in order to escape the stress, but practice so that we can relate to our stress in a healthier way.  MBSR is intended to ignite our inner capacity for awareness, and to learn ways that we can be… Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: Description: Mondays, 9/10-10/22 from 6:30-8:45am Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, (MBSR), was developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the Center for Mindfulness, University of Massachusetts Medical School. MBSR is an intensive training in developing mindful awareness and accessing our innate capacity for health, healing and growth. Groups meet for for an orientation, 8 weekly classes and an all-day retreat between weeks six and seven. Guided instruction in various practices is provided, including sitti… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, September 24, 2018, 6:30 AM – 8:45 AM. (HSEB) Health Sciences Education Building, Room 2938. For more info visit app.healthcare.utah.edu.

CV Clinical M&M

Internal Medicine Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Cardiovascular Medicine. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: "Case Reviews" - Fred Welt, MD. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Tiffany Nguyen. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7707. Event Contact Email: tiffany.nguyen@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Monday, September 24, 2018, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. Classroom C.

ID Core Curriculum Conference

Internal Medicine Febrile Neutropenia by Dr. Carlos A Gomez Alvarez. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Infectious Diseases. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: A didactic core infectious disease conference is structured to include presentations by the ID faculty on broad topics in Infectious Diseases, both clinical and research.  These topics are based on Mandell’s Principles and Practices of Infectious Diseases such as microbial virulence factors, host defense mechanisms, epidemiology of infectious diseases, major clinic  syndromes in infectious diseases, individual organisms, nosocomial infections, infections in specials hosts, surgical and trauma related infect… CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Eric Irwin. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-8812. Event Contact Email: eric.irwin@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, September 24, 2018, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. SOM Level 5 Eichwald Conference Room (5B115).

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Midvale

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community health workers and coaches offer indi… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, September 24, 2018, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Midvale Copperview Recreation Center 8446 Harrison Street, Midvale, UT 84047. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Midvale

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community health workers and coaches offer indi… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, September 24, 2018, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Midvale Copperview Recreation Center 8446 Harrison Street, Midvale, UT 84047. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - HSEB

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being… Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project.… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, September 24, 2018, 1:00 PM – 1:10 PM. 2nd floor entrance in front of Medical Alumni Hall (inside or outside). For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - HSEB

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being… Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project.… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, September 24, 2018, 1:20 PM – 1:30 PM. 2nd floor entrance in front of Medical Alumni Hall (inside or outside).

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Hospital

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being… Campus Locations: University Hospital (U HOSP). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project.… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, September 24, 2018, 1:40 PM – 1:50 PM. Level A, down main escalator by Cafeteria sign. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Hospital

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being… Campus Locations: University Hospital (U HOSP). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project.… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, September 24, 2018, 2:00 PM – 2:10 PM. level A, down main escalator by Cafeteria sign. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Huntsman

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being… Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project.… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, September 24, 2018, 2:20 PM – 2:30 PM. 4th floor outside patio. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Huntsman

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being… Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project.… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, September 24, 2018, 2:40 PM – 2:50 PM. 4th floor outside patio. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Biochemistry Seminar Speaker - Villanueva

School of Medicine Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Biochemistry. Event Type: Seminar Series. Full Description: Claudio Villanueva, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry University of Utah "Tales from the cold: Mechanisms of thermoregulation and the impact on metabolism.". Event Contact Name: Diana Mills. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-2117. Event Contact Email: diana.mills@biochem.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, September 24, 2018, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. HSEB 2680.

GI & Liver Care - Project ECHO

Health Sciences Programs Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a partnership between interdisciplinary teams of University of Utah specialists and community providers. Through a weekly ECHO conference, University specialists offer case-based learning by consulting with community providers on cases within their current patient populations. Additionally, University specialists and guest presenters conduct brief (15-30 minutes) didactic presentations. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Event Type: Education. Seminar Series. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Hospitals & Clinics staff. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a partnership between interdisciplinary teams of University of Utah specialists and community providers. Through a weekly video- conference, University specialists offer case-based learning by consulting with community providers on cases within their current patient populations. Additionally, University specialists and guest presenters conduct brief (15-30 minutes) didactic presentations. Attendees are awarded one and a half hours of C… CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Jared Price. Event Contact Phone: 801-587-9193. Event Contact Email: jared.price@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM. Video-Conference. For more info visit physicians.utah.edu.

Transplant Planning

Surgery Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Transplant Planning. Event Contact Name: Transplant Team. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: Kelly.pickering@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. IMV.

Thoracic Treatment Planning Conference

Surgery Thoracic Treatment Planning Conference. Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Thoracic Treatment Planning Conference. Event Contact Name: Shawnda Gillespie. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: shawnda.gillespie@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM. HCI Building, 6th Floor, Alta Room.

Geriatrics Clinical Conference

Internal Medicine “Update in Geriatrics Clinical Care” Geriatrics Clinical Conference. Presenter: Whitney Haseman, Geriatric Fellow, "A Medicare Overview: Transitions of Care". Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Geriatrics. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: “Update in Geriatrics Clinical Care” Geriatrics Clinical Conference. Presenter: Whitney Haseman, Geriatric Fellow, "A Medicare Overview: Transitions of Care". CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Heather Podolan. Event Contact Phone: 801-389-0084. Event Contact Email: heather.podolan@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. Division of Geriatrics, AB193.

University of Utah Health Farmers Market

College of Health University of Utah Health Farmers Market Tuesdays, 12pm – 5pm June 12 – October 9, 2018 Located at Browning Plaza, east of School of Medicine Open to the public CSA “Tagge Box” Program also available.  Sign up today! Use this link for the Health Sciences calendar since this information is on PULSE: https://pulse.utah.edu/site/wellness/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=10. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: University of Utah Health Farmers Market Tuesdays, 12pm – 5pm June 12 – October 9, 2018 Located at Browning Plaza, east of School of Medicine Open to the public CSA “Tagge Box” Program also available.  Sign up today! Use this link for the Health Sciences calendar since this information is on PULSE: https://pulse.utah.edu/site/wellness/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=10. Event Contact Name: University of Utah Health. Event Contact Phone: 8012130901. Event Contact Email: sarah.schlaefke@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Located at Browning Plaza, east of School of Medicine. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Advanced HF/VAD/TX

Surgery Advanced HF/VAD/TX. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Advanced HF/VAD/TX. Event Contact Name: Kelly Pickering. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: kelly.pickering@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. CV Med Conf. Room.

Bioscience Symposium

Health Sciences Programs Bioscience Symposium and Don Summers Memorial Lecture 7:00 p.m. Marriott University Park Hotel Jim Wells, Ph.D. Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry University of California, San Francisco “Attacking The Cell Surfaceome in Cancer” Host: Michael Kay, Biochemistry. Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Full Description: Annual Bioscience Symposium and Don Summers Memorial Lecture Sponsored by: The University of Utah Benning Society Bioscience Graduation Program The Don Summers Endowment September 25, 2018 Marriott University Park Hotel 1:00 PM Welcome! 1:15 PM Minna Roh-Johnson, Biochemistry 1:40 PM Anna Vickrey, Biology Graduate Student, Shapiro Lab 2:05 PM Sungjin Park, Neurobiology & Anatomy 2:30 PM Ming Hammond, Chemistry 2:5… Event Contact Name: Stefanie. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-4422. Event Contact Email: stefaniel@genetics.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 1:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Marriott University Park Hotel. For more info visit www.bioscience.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Dan Jones

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 2:00 PM – 2:10 PM. Dan Jones Building - 515 Tower 101 - Action Conference Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Glendale

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: LOW-COST & FREE HEALTH SERVICES The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Glendale Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center 855 West California Ave, SLC, UT 84104. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Glendale

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: LOW-COST & FREE HEALTH SERVICES The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Glendale Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center 855 West California Ave, SLC, UT 84104. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

Research Tea

College of Nursing Colleges & Programs: College of Nursing. Event Type: Other. Full Description: Informal gathering to learn about services for researchers on campus and to network with other CON researchers. Event Contact Name: Diane Ballard. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-8271. Event Contact Email: diane.ballard@nurs.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. College of Nursing 5th floor breakroom.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Dan Jones

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 2:20 PM – 2:30 PM. 515 Tower 101 - Action Conference Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Dan Jones

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 2:40 PM – 2:50 PM. Dan Jones Building - 515 Tower 101 - Action Conference Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

CT Surgery Resident Tuesday Conference

Surgery CT Surgery Resident Conference. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: CT Surgery Resident Tuesday Conference. Event Contact Name: Shawnda Gillespie. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: shawnda.gillespie@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 5:15 PM – 6:15 PM. Classroom D.

U of U's National Diabetes Prevention Program - LS Skaggs Patient Wellness Center - Cohort 14

The National Diabetes Prevention Program is a 12-month lifestyle change program focused on decreasing the risk for type 2 diabetes. This session meets on Tuesdays. Cost: $50/person for 12-month Program No charge for Medicaid and WIC income elibigle participants, but you still must register. For registration help or to learn if you are eligible Call: 801-213-8720 or Email: DPP@utah.edu If you know you are eligible and are ready to register go to this link: https://diabetes.healthslate.com/partners/uuhealth Call (888)328-7195 with any tech support questions. Campus Locations: School of Dentistry. Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: The National Diabetes Prevention Program is a 12-month lifestyle change program focused on decreasing the risk for type 2 diabetes. This session meets on Tuesdays. Cost: $50/person for 12-month Program No charge for Medicaid and WIC income elibigle participants, but you still must register. For registration help or to learn if you are eligible Call: 801-213-8720 or Email: DPP@utah.edu If you know you are eligible and are ready to register go to this l… Event Contact Name: Ellen Maxfield. Event Contact Phone: 801-213-8720. Event Contact Email: DPP@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM. LS Skaggs Patient Wellness Center 530 Wakara Way Salt Lake City, UT 84109 Room B140. For more info visit diabetes.healthslate.com.

U of U's National Diabetes Prevention Program - LS Skaggs Patient Wellness Center - Cohort 14

The National Diabetes Prevention Program is a 12-month lifestyle change program focused on decreasing the risk for type 2 diabetes. This session meets on Tuesdays. Cost: $50/person for 12-month Program No charge for Medicaid and WIC income elibigle participants, but you still must register. For registration help or to learn if you are eligible Call: 801-213-8720 or Email: DPP@utah.edu If you know you are eligible and are ready to register go to this link: https://diabetes.healthslate.com/partners/uuhealth Call (888)328-7195 with any tech support questions. Campus Locations: School of Dentistry. Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: The National Diabetes Prevention Program is a 12-month lifestyle change program focused on decreasing the risk for type 2 diabetes. This session meets on Tuesdays. Cost: $50/person for 12-month Program No charge for Medicaid and WIC income elibigle participants, but you still must register. For registration help or to learn if you are eligible Call: 801-213-8720 or Email: DPP@utah.edu If you know you are eligible and are ready to register go to this l… Event Contact Name: Ellen Maxfield. Event Contact Phone: 801-213-8720. Event Contact Email: DPP@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM. LS Skaggs Patient Wellness Center 530 Wakara Way Salt Lake City, UT 84109 Room B140. For more info visit diabetes.healthslate.com.

Global Public Health Grand Rounds

Family & Preventive Medicine “17 Lessons in Global Clinical Rotations in Guatemala”. Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Family and Preventive Medicine. Division: Public Health. Event Type: Grand Rounds. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: “17 Lessons in Global Clinical Rotations in Guatemala”. Event Contact Name: Pam Lyon. Event Contact Phone: pam.lyon@hsc.utah.edu. Event Contact Email: 801-5815-5303. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM. 375 Chipeta Way, Ste A Classroom 203.

Peds Cath Conference

Surgery Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Peds Cath Conference. Event Contact Name: Kelly Pickering. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: kelly.pickering@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM. PCH Auditorium.

Family Medicine Grand Rounds

Family & Preventive Medicine Patient Safety Conference. Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Family and Preventive Medicine. Division: Family Medicine. Event Type: Grand Rounds. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Patient Safety Conference. Event Contact Name: Annie Collins. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-8250. Event Contact Email: a.collins@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. 375 Chipeta Way, Ste A Classroom 104.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - UNI

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 9:00 AM – 9:10 AM. UNI - Level 2 Conf Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Neurology Grand Rounds

Health Sciences Programs Campus Locations: Clinical Neurosciences Building (CNC). Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Event Type: Grand Rounds. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Neurology Grand Rounds Wednesday September 16, 2018 Clinical Neurosciences Center Education Center Level 1 "Issues and Evidence in Speech/Language and Upper Extremity Motor Rehabilitation" Presented by: Lorie G. Richards, PhD Associate Professor and Chair Occupational & Recreational Therapies University of Utah Julie L. Wambaugh, PhD Professor, Communication Sciences & Disorders Research Career Scientist, VA SLC Health Care System… CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Lauren Brown. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-5227. Event Contact Email: lauren.brown@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM. Clinical Neurosciences Center Education Center Level 1. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - UNI

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 9:20 AM – 9:30 AM. UNI - Level 2 Conf Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - UNI

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 9:40 AM – 9:50 AM. UNI - Level 2 Conf Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - UOC

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: UU Orthopaedic Ctr (UUOC). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 10:30 AM – 10:40 AM. outside level 1 by rock and level 1 entrance or inside 3rd floor Eccles Conference Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - UOC

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: UU Orthopaedic Ctr (UUOC). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 10:50 AM – 11:00 AM. outside level 1 by rock and level 1 entrance or inside 3rd floor Eccles Conference Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Wellness and Integrative Health (WIH) Speaker Series - Staying Active Through the Ages

“Staying Active through the Ages.”  11:30am-12:30pm in Classroom A within the School Of Medicine.   The presenter, Britta F. Trepp, M.S. ACSM CEP, Professor and Associate Director of PEAK Health and Fitness will be discussing how movement should be a priority in your ever changing schedule because of its associated health benefits. Remaining active in the face of adversity is a challenge, but with planning and creative solutions physical activity can still be a priority. Join us to learn more about implementing movement throughout the day and leave motivated! Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: “Staying Active through the Ages.”  11:30am-12:30pm in Classroom A within the School Of Medicine.   The presenter, Britta F. Trepp, M.S. ACSM CEP, Professor and Associate Director of PEAK Health and Fitness will be discussing how movement should be a priority in your ever changing schedule because of its associated health benefits. Remaining active in the face of adversity is a challenge, but with planning and creative solutions physical activity can still be a priority. Join us to learn more about im… Event Contact Name: Wellness and Integrative Health. Event Contact Phone: 8012130901. Event Contact Email: wellness@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM. School of Medicine (SOM) - Classroom A.

ONCSCI - HCI Lab 2018-19 Research in Progress

School of Medicine ONCSCI - HCI Lab 2018-19 Research in Progress. Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Oncological Sciences. Event Type: Research in Progress. Seminar Series. Event Audience: Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: ONCSCI - HCI Lab 2018-19 Research in Progress. Event Contact Name: Dee DalPonte. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7774. Event Contact Email: dee.dalponte@hci.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation Auditorium (1st Floor HCI Research South Building). For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds: Nielson Endowed Lectureship Series, "Anxiety and the Autisms: Mice, Mindfulness, and Other Mechanisms" presented by: Mikle South, PhD | Associate Professor, Psychology & Neuroscience, Brigham Young University |. Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Psychiatry. Event Type: Grand Rounds. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds: Nielson Endowed Lectureship Series, "Anxiety and the Autisms: Mice, Mindfulness, and Other Mechanisms" presented by: Mikle South, PhD | Associate Professor, Psychology & Neuroscience, Brigham Young University | Mikle South is Associate Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at Brigham Young University. He received a BA from Yale University followed by a PhD in Child Clinical Psychology at the University of Utah, then returned to Yale for postdoctoral training in… CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Abbie Hess. Event Contact Phone: 801-587-8626. Event Contact Email: abigail.hess@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. C. H. Hardin Branch Auditorium University Neuropsychiatric Institute (UNI) 501 Chipeta Way Salt Lake City, UT 84108. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

CV Advanced Imaging Conference

Internal Medicine Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Cardiovascular Medicine. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: "Echo Case Review" - Dan Arnett, MD; Andrew Walker, MD; & Jad Al Danaf, MD. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Tiffany Nguyen. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7707. Event Contact Email: tiffany.nguyen@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Cartwright Room, 4C103.

Heart Failure Conference

Internal Medicine Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Cardiovascular Medicine. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Full Description: "Left Ventricular Assist Device: Types, Indications & Patient Selection" - Jose Nativi, MD. Event Contact Name: Tiffany Nguyen. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7707. Event Contact Email: tiffany.nguyen@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Tyler Room, 4A440.

ID Fellows Didactic Conference

Internal Medicine Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Infectious Diseases. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Inpatient Case Reviews by Inpatient ID Fellows. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Eric Irwin. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-8812. Event Contact Email: eric.irwin@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. SOM Level 5 Eichwald Conference Room (5B115).

Free Yoga

Eccles Health Sciences Library Colleges & Programs: Eccles Health Sciences Library. Event Type: Alumni. Conferences. Education. Faculty Meetings. Grand Rounds. Journal Club. Research. Research in Progress. Seminar Series. Students. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Join us for free yoga on Wednesdays and Fridays, 12:05-1:05 pm at the Eccles Health Sciences Library on the lower level.  We have three mats available for checkout at the main desk, but encourage all to bring their own mats. No need to register, just come when you can. If you have questions, give us a call at 801-581-5534. Event Contact Name: Donna Baluchi. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-5534. Event Contact Email: donna.baluchi@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 12:05 PM – 1:05 PM. Synapse Bays, Lower Level, Eccles Health Sciences Library.

Labyrinth Dedication Ceremony

Join us for mindful walking, poetry, and light refreshments to dedicate the labyrinth at Huntsman Cancer Institute with the HCI Wellness Center. Find directions and parking information at huntsmancancer.org/education/conferences-seminars/labyrinth.php. Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Departments: Huntsman Cancer Institute. Full Description: Join us for mindful walking, poetry, and light refreshments to dedicate the labyrinth at Huntsman Cancer Institute with the HCI Wellness Center. Find directions and parking information at huntsmancancer.org/education/conferences-seminars/labyrinth.php. Event Contact Name: HCI Wellness Center. Event Contact Phone: 801-587-4585. Event Contact Email: mara.carrasco@hotmail.com. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM. Huntsman Cancer Institute 2000 Circle of Hope Dr. Salt Lake City, Utah 84112. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Kearns

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: LOW-COST & FREE HEALTH SERVICES The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Kearns Kearns Library 5350 S 4220 W, Kearns, UT 84118. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

Epidemiology Research in Progress

Internal Medicine Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Epidemiology. Event Type: Research in Progress. Full Description: Epidemiology Research in Progress. Event Contact Name: Michelle Gapinski. Event Contact Phone: 8012133438. Event Contact Email: michelle.gapinski@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM. Williams Building 238A.

PHS Group Seminar

School of Medicine Dear PHS seminar attendees: As we begin a new academic year, itwould be fun to use our first seminar to give each other updates on our research. So please come to learn more about your colleagues research and be ready to answer the following question: What research project are you most excited about (either in progress or in process of purposing). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Population Health Sciences. Event Type: Seminar Series. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: As we begin a new academic year, it would be fun to use our first seminar to give each other updates on our research. So please come to learn more about your colleagues research and be ready to answer the following question: What research project are you most excited about (either in progress or in process of purposing). CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Karina Pritchett. Event Contact Phone: 801-587-2100. Event Contact Email: karina.pritchett@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. HSEB 2600.

Nephrology Grand Rounds

Internal Medicine Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Nephrology. Event Type: Conferences. Full Description: Faculty Meeting Clinical Strategy Meeting. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Emily Walton. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-3187. Event Contact Email: emily.walton@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, September 26, 2018, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM. SOM Cartwright 4C103. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

ACHD & Pregnancy

Internal Medicine Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Cardiovascular Medicine. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Full Description: "Case Reviews" - Daniel Cox, DO; Arvind Hoskoppal, MD; & Kevin Whitehead, MD. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Tiffany Nguyen. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7707. Event Contact Email: tiffany.nguyen@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. IMC - Doty Education Center.

CV EP Didactic

Internal Medicine Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Cardiovascular Medicine. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: "Pacemaker / ICD Course 3" - Roger Freedman, MD. Event Contact Name: Tiffany Nguyen. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7707. Event Contact Email: tiffany.nguyen@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. CV Large Conference Room, 4B110D.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - UOC

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: UU Orthopaedic Ctr (UUOC). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 10:10 AM – 10:20 AM. outside level 1 by rock and level 1 entrance or inside 3rd floor Eccles Conference Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

The Future of Parks and Protected Areas

College of Health Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Departments: Parks Recreation & Tourism. Full Description: On September 27th Gary E. Machlis, Ph.D. Professor of Environmental Sustainability at Clemson University, and Jonathan B. Jarvis, Executive Director for the University of California Berkeley's Institute for Parks, People, and Biodiversity, will be presenting on the future of parks and protected areas in America.  Jonathan Jarvis was the Director of the National Park Service from 2009-2017. During that time, Gary Machlis served as his official Science Advisor. Event Contact Name: Kelly Bricker. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6503. Event Contact Email: kelly.bricker@health.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 10:30 AM – 11:45 AM. Moot Courtroom 383 SOUTH UNIVERSITY STREET SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84112.

Community Read

Health Sciences Programs Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Event Type: Alumni. Conferences. Education. Faculty Meetings. Grand Rounds. Journal Club. Research. Research in Progress. Seminar Series. Students. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Community Reads are an effort to encourage the community of faculty, staff and students to come together through the reading and discussion of a common book.  At University of Utah Health, Community Reads are co-sponsored by the Office of Health Equity and Inclusion and by the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library and their partners.   Two to three community reads are sponsored each year - one in the fall semester, one in spring semester, and one in the summer.  They are typically held at NOON on Thursd… Event Contact Name: Donna Baluchi. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-5534. Event Contact Email: donna.baluchi@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Synapse Bays, Lower Level, Eccles Health Sciences Library.

Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds - A Lecture Honoring Maxwell M. Wintrobe

Internal Medicine Internal Medicine Grand Rounds - A Lecture Honoring Maxwell M. Wintrobe - "Checks and Balances of Oncogene Signalling in B-cell Leukemia and Lymphoma" presented by Markus Müschen, MD, PhD, City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center. Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Hematology. Event Type: Grand Rounds. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: A Lecture Honoring Maxwell M. Wintrobe - Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds - "Checks and Balances of Oncogene Signalling in B-cell Leukemia and Lymphoma" presented by Markus Müschen, MD, PhD, Professor & Chair, Department of Systems Biology, Associate Director of Basic Science, City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center, Norman and Sadie Lee Foundation Endowed Professor in Pediatrics, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Faculty Scholar. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Karen James. Event Contact Phone: 801 581 4969. Event Contact Email: karen.james@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Health Sciences Education Building Alumni Hall, Room 2120, University of Utah Health Sciences Campus. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

The 16th Annual Maxwell M. Wintrobe Endowed Lecture - Department of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds

Internal Medicine Wintrobe Endowed Lecture - Internal Medicine Grand Rounds  "Checks and Balances of Oncogene Signaling in B-cell Leukemia and Lymphoma" presented by Markus Müschen, MD, PhD, City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center. Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Hematology. Event Type: Grand Rounds. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: The 16th Annual Maxwell M. Wintrobe Endowed Lecture - Internal Medicine Grand Rounds - "Checks and Balances of Oncogene Signaling in B-cell Leukemia and Lymphoma" presented by Markus Müschen, MD, PhD, Professor & Chair, Department of Systems Biology, Associate Director of Basic Science, City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center; Norman and Sadie Lee Foundation Endowed Professor in Pediatrics; Howard Hughes Medical Institute Faculty Scholar. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Karen James. Event Contact Phone: 801 581 4969. Event Contact Email: karen.james@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Health Sciences Education Building Alumni Hall. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Student RIP

Pathology Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Pathology. Division: Microbiology & Immunology. Event Type: Research in Progress. Full Description: Pathology Research in Progress. Event Contact Name: Kim Springer. Event Contact Phone: 8012133717. Event Contact Email: kim.springer@path.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. HSEB 4100B.

MD-PhD Student Monthly Meeting

Students Campus Locations: Eccles Institute of Human Genetics. Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Students. Division: MD-PhD Program. Event Type: Students. Full Description: All student cohorts meet every 4th Thursday to discuss timely topics about their program, learn from faculty and peers, and prepare for upcoming curriculum requirements. Some meetings have an invited speaker while others are workshop or discussion-based. Event Contact Name: Janet Bassett. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6408. Event Contact Email: janet.bassett@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. EIHG 6400.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Union Building

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Union - A. Ray Olpin (UNION). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 1:00 PM – 1:10 PM. 4th floor west side open area by Child Care and Family Resources. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Student Services Building

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Student Services Building (SSB). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 1:40 PM – 1:50 PM. outside - east entrance (Tanner Plaza). For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Student Services Building

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Student Services Building (SSB). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 2:00 PM – 2:10 PM. outside - east entrance (Tanner Plaza). For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Park Building

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Park Building - John R. (PARK). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 2:20 PM – 2:30 PM. outside plaza between Student Services Building and Park Building. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Park Building

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Park Building - John R. (PARK). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 2:40 PM – 2:50 PM. outside plaza between Student Services Building and Park Building. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - South Salt Lake

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community health workers and coaches offer indi… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM. South Salt Lake Central Park Community Center 2797 S 200 E, South Salt Lake City, UT 84115. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

Infectious Disease Case Review & Grand Rounds

Internal Medicine Stump the Stars - ID Private Practice. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Infectious Diseases. Event Type: Conferences. Grand Rounds. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Clinically case based Infectious Disease conference to review challenging or unusual cases seen by the fellows during their times on the wards or in clinics.  The faculty and fellows present the cases and then educate the group regarding interesting educational pearls. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Eric Irwin. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-8812. Event Contact Email: eric.irwin@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. School of Medicine - Classroom C.

Pulmonary Grand Rounds

Internal Medicine Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Pulmonary. Full Description: Pulmonary Grand Rounds- Dr. Colin Grissom & Dr. Sarah Neill. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Layla Atwood. Event Contact Phone: 8015817807. Event Contact Email: layla.atwood@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Intermountain Medical Center-Doty Education Center.

Seminars in Metabolism

Internal Medicine “Multifunctional role of IRF4 in adipose tissue function” By: Evan Rosen, MD, PhD Professor of Medicine Harvard Medical School. Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Endocrinology and Metabolism. Event Type: Seminar Series. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Full Description: “Multifunctional role of IRF4 in adipose tissue function” By: Evan Rosen, MD, PhD Professor of Medicine Division of Endocrinology Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Harvard Medical School Thursday, September 27, 2018 4:00–5:00PM, HSEB 4100B. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Ashley Wright. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-3353. Event Contact Email: ashleyr@u2m2.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. HSEB, 4100B.

U of U's National Diabetes Prevention Program - South Jordan Family Health Center - Cohort 14

The National Diabetes Prevention Program is a 12-month lifestyle change program focused on decreasing the risk for type 2 diabetes. This session meets on Tuesdays. Cost: $50/person for 12-month Program No charge for Medicaid and WIC income elibigle participants, but you still must register. For registration help or to learn if you are eligible Call: 801-213-8720 or Email: DPP@utah.edu If you know you are eligible and are ready to register go to this link: https://diabetes.healthslate.com/partners/uuhealth Call (888)328-7195 with any tech support questions. Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: The National Diabetes Prevention Program is a 12-month lifestyle change program focused on decreasing the risk for type 2 diabetes. This session meets on Tuesdays. Cost: $50/person for 12-month Program No charge for Medicaid and WIC income elibigle participants, but you still must register. For registration help or to learn if you are eligible Call: 801-213-8720 or Email: DPP@utah.edu If you know you are eligible and are ready to register go to this l… Event Contact Name: Ellen Maxfield. Event Contact Phone: 801-213-8720. Event Contact Email: DPP@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM. South Jordan Health Center 5126 W. Daybreak Parkway South Jordan, UT 84009 Red Cliffs Conference Room. For more info visit diabetes.healthslate.com.

U of U's National Diabetes Prevention Program - South Jordan Family Health Center - Cohort 14

The National Diabetes Prevention Program is a 12-month lifestyle change program focused on decreasing the risk for type 2 diabetes. This session meets on Thursdays. Cost: $50/person for 12-month Program No charge for Medicaid and WIC income elibigle participants, but you still must register. For registration help or to learn if you are eligible Call: 801-213-8720 or Email: DPP@utah.edu If you know you are eligible and are ready to register go to this link: https://diabetes.healthslate.com/partners/uuhealth Call (888)328-7195 with any tech support questions. Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: The National Diabetes Prevention Program is a 12-month lifestyle change program focused on decreasing the risk for type 2 diabetes. This session meets on Tuesdays. Cost: $50/person for 12-month Program No charge for Medicaid and WIC income elibigle participants, but you still must register. For registration help or to learn if you are eligible Call: 801-213-8720 or Email: DPP@utah.edu If you know you are eligible and are ready to register go to this l… Event Contact Name: Ellen Maxfield. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: DPP@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM. South Jordan Health Center 5126 W. Daybreak Parkway South Jordan, UT 84009 Red Cliffs Conference Room. For more info visit diabetes.healthslate.com.

Build a Bone @ South Jordan Health Center

Description: Build a Bone courses consist of four 2-hour classes. Bone health, exercise programming, medication, and nutrition are a few of the topics covered. The South Jordan Health Center is at 5126 West Daybreak Parkway, South Jordan, UT 84095 Our next class will be held Thursday nights 6-8PM in September. Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: Description: Build a Bone courses consist of four 2-hour classes. Bone health, exercise programming, medication, and nutrition are a few of the topics covered. The South Jordan Health Center is at 5126 West Daybreak Parkway, South Jordan, UT 84095 Our next class will be held Thursday nights 6-8PM in September. Cost Information / Refund Policy: A processing fee of ten dollars ($10.00) will be charged for each refund request. If the request is made after the first training sess… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, September 27, 2018, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM. South Jordan Health Center- Daybreak Conference Rooms A&B. For more info visit app.healthcare.utah.edu.

Alumni and Medical Community Weekend

School of Medicine Join the University of Utah School of Medicine Alumni Association at the 2018 Alumni & Medical Community Weekend. Reconnect with classmates and colleagues, meet current students, and learn about the latest advances on campus. Discover how the School of Medicine is continuing to shape and impact health care throughout our region and the world. Register today! Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Alumni Relations. Event Type: Alumni. Conferences. Education. Research. Students. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Join the University of Utah School of Medicine Alumni Association at the 2018 Alumni & Medical Community Weekend. Reconnect with classmates and colleagues, meet current students, and learn about the latest advances on campus. Discover how the School of Medicine is continuing to shape and impact health care throughout our region and the world. View the full weekend schedule online and register today. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Jacqui Voland. Event Contact Phone: 8015818591. Event Contact Email: somalumni@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, September 28, 2018 – Saturday, September 29, 2018. University of Utah Health Sciences Campus and Little America Hotel. For more info visit uofu-medicine-alumni.org.

CV Interventional Conference

Internal Medicine Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Cardiovascular Medicine. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: "Case Reviews" - Interventional Fellows. Event Contact Name: Tiffany Nguyen. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7707. Event Contact Email: tiffany.nguyen@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Friday, September 28, 2018, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. CV Large Conference Room, 4B110D.

A Mindful Approach to Work/Life Balance

Come learn effective coping tools for navigating the responsibilities of different life roles as well as techniques for managing stress and anxiety. This is a six-week workshop that meets one hour per week on Thursdays​. Each six-week seminar will be offered once each semester, including summer. Classes are held over the lunch hour (12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.) in the Hospital Board Small Conference Room inside the Administrative Offices near the front of the hospital. The next seminar begins February 4th. Campus Locations: Student Services Building (SSB). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: Come learn effective coping tools for navigating the responsibilities of different life roles as well as techniques for managing stress and anxiety. This is a six-week workshop that meets one hour per week on Thursdays​. Each six-week seminar will be offered once each semester, including summer. Classes are held over the lunch hour (12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.) in the Hospital Board Small Conference Room inside the Administrative Offices near the front of the hospital. The next seminar be… Event Contact Name: Lauren Weitzman. Event Contact Phone: 8015816826. Event Contact Email: lweitzman@sa.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, September 28, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. 344 SSB. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

ARUP Active Transportation/Wellness Session

: Caroline Rodriguez, who directs active transportation for Park City/Summit County and was the moving force for Park City becoming the first city in America to implement Ebike sharing, will be speaking on Friday, September 28th at 12pm in the ARUP Madsen Conference Room.  She will be joined by a co-presenter who is a hard-core cyclist who knows the nuts/bolts/electronics of the Park City cycles. Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: : Caroline Rodriguez, who directs active transportation for Park City/Summit County and was the moving force for Park City becoming the first city in America to implement Ebike sharing, will be speaking on Friday, September 28th at 12pm in the ARUP Madsen Conference Room.  She will be joined by a co-presenter who is a hard-core cyclist who knows the nuts/bolts/electronics of the Park City cycles. Event Contact Name: David Hillyard. Event Contact Phone: (800) 522-2787. Event Contact Email: hillyadr@aruplab.com. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, September 28, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. ARUP Madsen Conference Room, 500 Chipeta Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108.

Free Yoga

Eccles Health Sciences Library Colleges & Programs: Eccles Health Sciences Library. Event Type: Alumni. Conferences. Education. Faculty Meetings. Grand Rounds. Journal Club. Research. Research in Progress. Seminar Series. Students. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Join us for free yoga on Wednesdays and Fridays, 12:05-1:05 pm at the Eccles Health Sciences Library on the lower level.  We have three mats available for checkout at the main desk, but encourage all to bring their own mats. No need to register, just come when you can. If you have questions, give us a call at 801-581-5534. Event Contact Name: Donna Baluchi. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-5534. Event Contact Email: donna.baluchi@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, September 28, 2018, 12:05 PM – 1:05 PM. Synapse Bays, Lower Level, Eccles Health Sciences Library.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - HSEB

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, September 28, 2018, 1:00 PM – 1:10 PM. 4th floor by elevators. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - HSEB

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, September 28, 2018, 1:20 PM – 1:30 PM. 4th floor by elevators. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Utah Vascular Research Laboratory - Colloquium Series

Internal Medicine Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Event Type: Seminar Series. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Darren P. Casey, Phd "Inorganic Nitrate: Foe to Friend in Human Health" Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science. Event Contact Name: Catherine Jarrett. Event Contact Phone: 812-606-9960 etx.4333. Event Contact Email: catherine.jarrett@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, September 28, 2018, 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM. HSEB Room 3515B. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Hospital

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: University Hospital (U HOSP). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, September 28, 2018, 1:40 PM – 1:50 PM. level A, down main escalator by Cafeteria sign. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Hospital

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: University Hospital (U HOSP). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, September 28, 2018, 2:00 PM – 2:10 PM. level A, down main escalator by Cafeteria sign. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Huntsman

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, September 28, 2018, 2:20 PM – 2:30 PM. HCH - 1st floor back hallway by Clinic 1A. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Huntsman

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, September 28, 2018, 2:40 PM – 2:50 PM. HCH - 1st floor back hallway by Clinic 1A. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Continuing Medical Education Breakfast & Symposium

Internal Medicine Continuing Medical Education Breakfast and Symposium presented by Department of Internal Medicine, Medicine Alumni Association and the Society Supporting Leadership in Internal Medicine, University of Utah School of Medicine TO REGISTER: Click the link below https://medicine.utah.edu/alumni/community/alumni-weekend/. Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Event Type: Conferences. Grand Rounds. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: The Department of Internal Medicine, University of Utah School of Medicine and the  Society Supporting Leadership in Internal Medicine (SSLIM) in partnership with University of Utah School of Medicine Alumni Association CME Breakfast and Symposium Keynote address: "Platelets in Sepsis: genetic and functional alterations impact host responses" presented by Matthew Rondina, MD, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Investigator -George E. Wahlen VAMC Geriatric Research, Education, and Clinical… CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Elizabeth Napier. Event Contact Phone: 801 213 3712. Event Contact Email: elizabeth.napier@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Saturday, September 29, 2018, 7:30 AM – 12:30 PM. Little America Hotel, 500 Main Street, Salt Lake City, UT. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (UofU Health Faculty & Staff only)

College of Health Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, (MBSR), was developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the Center for Mindfulness, University of Massachusetts Medical School. MBSR is an intensive training in developing mindful awareness and accessing our innate capacity for health, healing and growth. Groups meet for for an orientation, 8 weekly classes and an all-day retreat between weeks six and seven. Guided instruction in various practices is provided, including sitting and walking meditation, body scan, gentle yoga, and mindful communication. These practices are enhanced through inquiry exercises, group dialogue, and daily home assignments. Jon Kabat-Zinn’s definition of mindfulness is, “paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgementally.” Stress is an inherent part of our lives.  We do not practice mindfulness in order to escape the stress, but practice so that we can relate to our stress in a healthier way.  MBSR is intended to ignite our inner capacity for awareness, and to learn ways that we can be… Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: Description: Mondays, 9/10-10/22 from 6:30-8:45am Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, (MBSR), was developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the Center for Mindfulness, University of Massachusetts Medical School. MBSR is an intensive training in developing mindful awareness and accessing our innate capacity for health, healing and growth. Groups meet for for an orientation, 8 weekly classes and an all-day retreat between weeks six and seven. Guided instruction in various practices is provided, including sitti… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 1, 2018, 6:30 AM – 8:45 AM. (HSEB) Health Sciences Education Building, Room 2938. For more info visit app.healthcare.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - HSEB

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 1, 2018, 9:00 AM – 9:10 AM. 2nd floor entrance in front of Medical Alumni Hall. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Midvale

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community health workers and coaches offer indi… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 1, 2018, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Midvale Copperview Recreation Center 8446 Harrison Street, Midvale, UT 84047. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Midvale

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community health workers and coaches offer indi… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 1, 2018, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Midvale Copperview Recreation Center 8446 Harrison Street, Midvale, UT 84047. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - HSEB

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 1, 2018, 9:20 AM – 9:30 AM. 2nd floor entrance in front of Medical Alumni Hall. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Hospital

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: University Hospital (U HOSP). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: University of Utah Health. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 1, 2018, 9:40 AM – 9:50 AM. level A, down main escalator by Cafeteria sign. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Hospital

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: University Hospital (U HOSP). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 1, 2018, 10:00 AM – 10:10 AM. level A, down main escalator by Cafeteria sign. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Huntsman

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 1, 2018, 10:20 AM – 10:30 AM. HCH - north end of back hallway 2nd floor. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Huntsman

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 1, 2018, 10:40 AM – 10:50 AM. HCH - north end of back hallway 2nd floor. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

GI & Liver Care - Project ECHO

Health Sciences Programs Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a partnership between interdisciplinary teams of University of Utah specialists and community providers. Through a weekly ECHO conference, University specialists offer case-based learning by consulting with community providers on cases within their current patient populations. Additionally, University specialists and guest presenters conduct brief (15-30 minutes) didactic presentations. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Event Type: Education. Seminar Series. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Hospitals & Clinics staff. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a partnership between interdisciplinary teams of University of Utah specialists and community providers. Through a weekly video- conference, University specialists offer case-based learning by consulting with community providers on cases within their current patient populations. Additionally, University specialists and guest presenters conduct brief (15-30 minutes) didactic presentations. Attendees are awarded one and a half hours of C… CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Jared Price. Event Contact Phone: 801-587-9193. Event Contact Email: jared.price@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM. Video-Conference. For more info visit physicians.utah.edu.

Transplant Planning

Surgery Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Transplant Planning. Event Contact Name: Transplant Team. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: Kelly.pickering@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. IMV.

Lung Transplant Listing

Surgery Campus Locations: University Hospital (U HOSP). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Lung Transplant Listing. Event Contact Name: Gordon Shepherd. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-3697. Event Contact Email: GORDON.SHEPHERD@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM. SOT Conference Room on A.

Thoracic Treatment Planning Conference

Surgery Thoracic Treatment Planning Conference. Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Thoracic Treatment Planning Conference. Event Contact Name: Shawnda Gillespie. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: shawnda.gillespie@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM. HCI Building, 6th Floor, Alta Room.

Geriatrics Grand Rounds

Internal Medicine Geriatrics Grand Rounds; Presenter:  HSEB Rm 3515B. Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Geriatrics. Event Type: Grand Rounds. Event Audience: Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Geriatrics Grand Rounds; Presenter:  HSEB Rm 3515B Live Webcast Link: http://www.kaltura.com/tiny/91jqi. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Heather Podolan. Event Contact Phone: 801-213-4156. Event Contact Email: heather.podolan@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. HSEB 3515B. For more info visit www.kaltura.com.

Diabetes and Metabolism Research Center and Driving Out Diabetes Initiative Fall Retreat

Health Sciences Programs Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Departments: SVP - Research. Full Description: This retreat will showcase exciting research from the Diabetes and Metabolism Research Center and will highlight progress from Year 1 from the Driving Out Diabetes, a Larry H. Miller Family Wellness Initiative. 9:30am-5pm: DMRC Research Symposium Keynote Address: Michael German, MD Director, UCSF Diabetes Research Center 5:00-8:00pm - Driving Out Diabetes Year 1 Highlights and Research Poster Session. Event Contact Name: Bridget Hughes. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-9304. Event Contact Email: bridget.hughes@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 9:30 AM – 8:00 PM. IJ & Jeanne Wagner Jewish Community Center.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Dan Jones

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 10:00 AM – 10:10 AM. 515 Tower 101 - Action Conference Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Dan Jones

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 10:20 AM – 10:30 AM. 515 Tower 101 - Action Conference Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Dan Jones

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 10:40 AM – 10:50 AM. 515 Tower 101 - Action Conference Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

University of Utah Health Farmers Market

College of Health University of Utah Health Farmers Market Tuesdays, 12pm – 5pm June 12 – October 9, 2018 Located at Browning Plaza, east of School of Medicine Open to the public CSA “Tagge Box” Program also available.  Sign up today! Use this link for the Health Sciences calendar since this information is on PULSE: https://pulse.utah.edu/site/wellness/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=10. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: University of Utah Health Farmers Market Tuesdays, 12pm – 5pm June 12 – October 9, 2018 Located at Browning Plaza, east of School of Medicine Open to the public CSA “Tagge Box” Program also available.  Sign up today! Use this link for the Health Sciences calendar since this information is on PULSE: https://pulse.utah.edu/site/wellness/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=10. Event Contact Name: University of Utah Health. Event Contact Phone: 8012130901. Event Contact Email: sarah.schlaefke@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Located at Browning Plaza, east of School of Medicine. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Human Genetics Seminar- Adam Boyko, Ph.D.

Health Sciences Programs Campus Locations: Eccles Institute of Human Genetics. Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Full Description: Adam Boyko, Ph.D. Associate Professor Cornell University “Evolution Unleashed: The Genetics of Adaptation and Disease in the Domestic Dog” (Host: Clement Chow). Event Contact Name: Stefanie. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-4422. Event Contact Email: stefaniel@genetics.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Gesteland-White Auditorium, EIHG.

Advanced HF/VAD/TX

Surgery Advanced HF/VAD/TX. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Advanced HF/VAD/TX. Event Contact Name: Kelly Pickering. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: kelly.pickering@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. CV Med Conf. Room.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Glendale

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: LOW-COST & FREE HEALTH SERVICES The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Glendale Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center 855 West California Ave, SLC, UT 84104. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Glendale

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: LOW-COST & FREE HEALTH SERVICES The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Glendale Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center 855 West California Ave, SLC, UT 84104. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

ATP Information Session

College of Health The Athletic Training Program (ATP) information session will discuss the ATP program, application requirements, and other information related to the occupation of athletic training.  All are welcome. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: The Athletic Training Program (ATP) information session will discuss the ATP program, application requirements, and other information related to the occupation of athletic training.  All are welcome. Event Contact Name: Josh Larson. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-1820. Event Contact Email: joshua.larson@health.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 3:30 PM – 4:15 PM. HPER E 203. For more info visit health.utah.edu.

ATP Information Session

College of Health The Athletic Training Program is holding an information session to answer questions and give some information about the program and additional information to those seeking to apply this Fall. Campus Locations: HPER East (HPR E). Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Departments: Physical Therapy and Athletic Training. Event Type: Other. Event Audience: Open to Public. Full Description: The Athletic Training Program is holding an information session to answer questions and give some information about the program and additional information to those seeking to apply this Fall. Event Contact Name: Joshua Larson. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-1820. Event Contact Email: athletictraining@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 3:30 PM – 4:15 PM. HPER E 208.

Ellie Heckscher, PhD ~ Neurobiology and Anatomy Seminar Series

School of Medicine Campus Locations: Eccles Institute of Human Genetics. Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Neurobiology & Anatomy. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: The Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy presents Ellie Heckscher, PhD, Assistant Professor of Neuroscience and Cell Biology at the University of Chicago. Talk Title:  "Time, stem cells, and motor circuits". Event Contact Name: Adam Douglass. Event Contact Phone: 801.587.6534. Event Contact Email: adam.douglass@neuro.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. EIHG Auditorium.

CT Surgery Resident Tuesday Conference

Surgery CT Surgery Resident Conference. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: CT Surgery Resident Tuesday Conference. Event Contact Name: Shawnda Gillespie. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: shawnda.gillespie@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 5:15 PM – 6:15 PM. Classroom D.

Aortic Conference

Surgery Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Aortic Conference. Event Contact Name: Kelly Pickering. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: kelly.pickering@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, October 3, 2018, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. HSEB 2958.

Peds Cath Conference

Surgery Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Peds Cath Conference. Event Contact Name: Kelly Pickering. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: kelly.pickering@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, October 3, 2018, 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM. PCH Auditorium.

Pulmonary Research in Progress (RIP)

Internal Medicine Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Pulmonary. Full Description: Pulmonary Research in Progress (RIP). CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: layla atwod. Event Contact Phone: 8015817807. Event Contact Email: layla.atwood@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 3, 2018, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. Renzetti Conference Room-745 Wintrobe.

ONCSCI - HCI Lab 2018-19 Research in Progress

School of Medicine ONCSCI - HCI Lab 2018-19 Research in Progress. Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Oncological Sciences. Event Type: Research in Progress. Seminar Series. Event Audience: Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: ONCSCI - HCI Lab 2018-19 Research in Progress. Event Contact Name: Dee DalPonte. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7774. Event Contact Email: dee.dalponte@hci.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, October 3, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation Auditorium (1st Floor HCI Research South Building). For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Free Yoga

Eccles Health Sciences Library Colleges & Programs: Eccles Health Sciences Library. Event Type: Alumni. Conferences. Education. Faculty Meetings. Grand Rounds. Journal Club. Research. Research in Progress. Seminar Series. Students. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Join us for free yoga on Wednesdays and Fridays, 12:05-1:05 pm at the Eccles Health Sciences Library on the lower level.  We have three mats available for checkout at the main desk, but encourage all to bring their own mats. No need to register, just come when you can. If you have questions, give us a call at 801-581-5534. Event Contact Name: Donna Baluchi. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-5534. Event Contact Email: donna.baluchi@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 3, 2018, 12:05 PM – 1:05 PM. Synapse Bays, Lower Level, Eccles Health Sciences Library.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - UNI

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 3, 2018, 1:00 PM – 1:10 PM. UNI - Level 2 Conf Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - UNI

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 3, 2018, 1:20 PM – 1:30 PM. UNI - Level 2 Conf Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - UNI

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 3, 2018, 1:40 PM – 1:50 PM. UNI - Level 2 Conf Room. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - UOC

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: UU Orthopaedic Ctr (UUOC). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 3, 2018, 2:10 PM – 2:20 PM. outside level 1 by rock and level 1 entrance. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - UOC

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 3, 2018, 2:30 PM – 2:40 PM. outside level 1 by rock and level 1 entrance. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - UOC

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: UU Orthopaedic Ctr (UUOC). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 3, 2018, 2:50 PM – 3:00 PM. outside level 1 by rock and level 1 entrance. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Kearns

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: LOW-COST & FREE HEALTH SERVICES The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 3, 2018, 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Kearns Kearns Library 5350 S 4220 W, Kearns, UT 84118. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

Journal Club

Surgery Journal Club. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Journal Club. Event Contact Name: Shawnda Gillespie. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: shawnda.gillespie@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, October 3, 2018, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM. IMC, Murray, Utah.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Union Building

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Union - A. Ray Olpin (UNION). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 4, 2018, 9:00 AM – 9:10 AM. 4th floor west side open area by Child Care and Family Resources. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Union Building

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Union - A. Ray Olpin (UNION). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 4, 2018, 9:20 AM – 9:30 AM. 4th floor west side open area by Child Care and Family Resources. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Student Services Building

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Student Services Building (SSB). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 4, 2018, 9:40 AM – 9:50 AM. outside - east entrance (Tanner Plaza). For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Student Services Building

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Student Services Building (SSB). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 4, 2018, 10:00 AM – 10:10 AM. outside - east entrance (Tanner Plaza). For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Park Building

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Park Building - John R. (PARK). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 4, 2018, 10:20 AM – 10:30 AM. outside plaza between Student Services Building and Park Building. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Community Read

Health Sciences Programs Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Event Type: Alumni. Conferences. Education. Faculty Meetings. Grand Rounds. Journal Club. Research. Research in Progress. Seminar Series. Students. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Community Reads are an effort to encourage the community of faculty, staff and students to come together through the reading and discussion of a common book.  At University of Utah Health, Community Reads are co-sponsored by the Office of Health Equity and Inclusion and by the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library and their partners.   Two to three community reads are sponsored each year - one in the fall semester, one in spring semester, and one in the summer.  They are typically held at NOON on Thursd… Event Contact Name: Donna Baluchi. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-5534. Event Contact Email: donna.baluchi@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 4, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Synapse Bays, Lower Level, Eccles Health Sciences Library.

Opioid, Addiction, & Pain ECHO

Health Sciences Programs Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a partnership between interdisciplinary teams of University of Utah specialists and community providers. Through a weekly ECHO conference, University specialists offer case-based learning by consulting with community providers on cases within their current patient populations. Additionally, University specialists and guest presenters conduct brief (15-30 minutes) didactic presentations. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Event Type: Education. Seminar Series. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a partnership between interdisciplinary teams of University of Utah specialists and community providers. Through a weekly video- conference, University specialists offer case-based learning by consulting with community providers on cases within their current patient populations. Additionally, University specialists and guest presenters conduct brief (15-30 minutes) didactic presentations. Attendees are awarded one hour of Category 1 CM… CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Justin Shofner. Event Contact Phone: 801-587-9875. Event Contact Email: justin.shofner@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 4, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Video-conference. For more info visit projectecho.utah.edu.

Student RIP

Pathology Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Pathology. Division: Microbiology & Immunology. Event Type: Research in Progress. Full Description: Pathology Research in Progress. Event Contact Name: Kim Springer. Event Contact Phone: 8012133717. Event Contact Email: kim.springer@path.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Thursday, October 4, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. HSEB 4100B.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Kearns

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: LOW-COST & FREE HEALTH SERVICES The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 4, 2018, 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Kearns Kearns Library 5350 S 4220 W, Kearns, UT 84118. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - South Salt Lake

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community health workers and coaches offer indi… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 4, 2018, 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM. South Salt Lake Central Park Community Center 2797 S 200 E, South Salt Lake City, UT 84115. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

Pulmonary Grand Rounds

Internal Medicine Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Pulmonary. Full Description: Pulmonary Grand Rounds- Dr. Beth Middleton & Dr. Tony Edwards. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Layla Atwood. Event Contact Phone: 8015817807. Event Contact Email: layla.atwood@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 4, 2018, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Intermountain Medical Center-Doty Education Center.

CE for Your Periodontal Patients - October 4, 2018

School of Dentistry To Perio and Back:  You are not alone in the perio world What is it like working as a hygienist in a perio practice versus a general practice?  Why are dentists hesitant to refer patients for painful and expensive perio surgery?  What type of results are to be expected with surgical procedures?  What is the hygienist’s role in caring for perio patients?  If you are looking to find answers to your perio questions then please join us for an informative meeting.  We welcome questions and will be prepared to tailor this lecture to your needs.  The class will begin by having participants write down questions.  These questions will drive the content of the lecture. The questions will remain anonymous, but we will be prepared with the answers.  Please join us! Course Objectives: 1)      Increase knowledge in using meaningful training techniques to motivate your patients to be enthusiastic about their home care 2)      Learn how perio surgery is a valuable adjunct to patient care f… Campus Locations: School of Dentistry. Colleges & Programs: School of Dentistry. Event Type: Education. Full Description: To Perio and Back:  You are not alone in the perio world What is it like working as a hygienist in a perio practice versus a general practice?  Why are dentists hesitant to refer patients for painful and expensive perio surgery?  What type of results are to be expected with surgical procedures?  What is the hygienist’s role in caring for perio patients?  If you are looking to find answers to your perio questions then please join us for an informative meeting.  We welcome questions and will be pre… Event Contact Name: Marjean Nielsen. Event Contact Phone: (801) 585-1389. Event Contact Email: marjean.nielsen@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 4, 2018, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM. School of Dentistry 530 Wakara Way Salt Lake City, UT 84108. For more info visit umarket.utah.edu.

Cognitive Care Conference

Caring for and communicating with older adults can be difficult, but caring for those who have even mild cognitive impairment can be overwhelming. The 2018 Cognitive Care Conference includes a unique opportunity for healthcare professionals, students, family care providers, and caregivers of loved ones living with cognitive impairments to learn from experts in the fields of memory loss and dementia. The speakers and trainers are specialists from the University of Utah, State Office of Aging and Adult Services, the Alzheimer’s Association, Health Insight, and Intermountain Healthcare. Colleges & Programs: Clinical Care. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Managing care for older adults can be challenging whether your a professional provider or a family member. But caring for someone with even mild cognitive impairment, can be overwhelming for both professionals and non-professionals. This year's Cognitive Care Conference has two distinct tracks customized for family caregivers and professionals.   Who Should Attend the Healthcare Professional and Student Track Professionals in the field of aging including primary care physicians, residents in… CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Anne Asman. Event Contact Phone: 7-9821. Event Contact Email: psychiatryinfo@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, October 5, 2018, 9:00 AM – 2:30 PM. South Towne Expo Center 9575 S State St Sandy. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - HSEB

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, October 5, 2018, 9:00 AM – 9:10 AM. 5th floor across from Resiliency Center. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - HSEB

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, October 5, 2018, 9:20 AM – 9:30 AM. 5th floor across from Resiliency Center. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Real Life Challenge - Movement Break - Hospital

To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Movement breaks have great health benefits, including increased concentration and memory; reduced restlessness or hyperactivity; better sleep; and increased energy levels. More importantly, short activity breaks can help incorporate exercise into your day as a life-long habit. It's also a great way for adults to motivate each other to stay active What is the Real Life Challenge? The Real Life Challenge is a no-cost 6-week lifestyle journey, dedicated to improving the health, fitness, and overall well-being of U… Campus Locations: University Hospital (U HOSP). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: To raise awareness about the upcoming Real Life Challenge, PEAK is offering 4 weeks of FREE movement breaks around the University. These sessions are open to all University employees. Join us for as many free movement breaks as you would like! Hope to see you there. Movement Breaks are 10-min long physical activity sessions that can be done in work clothes. 10-minutes of movement can help energize you in the morning before a meeting or relax and calm you before you tackle your next project. Moveme… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 8015857325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, October 5, 2018, 10:00 AM – 10:10 AM. level A, down main escalator by Cafeteria sign. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

A Mindful Approach to Work/Life Balance

Come learn effective coping tools for navigating the responsibilities of different life roles as well as techniques for managing stress and anxiety. This is a six-week workshop that meets one hour per week on Thursdays​. Each six-week seminar will be offered once each semester, including summer. Classes are held over the lunch hour (12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.) in the Hospital Board Small Conference Room inside the Administrative Offices near the front of the hospital. The next seminar begins February 4th. Campus Locations: Student Services Building (SSB). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: Come learn effective coping tools for navigating the responsibilities of different life roles as well as techniques for managing stress and anxiety. This is a six-week workshop that meets one hour per week on Thursdays​. Each six-week seminar will be offered once each semester, including summer. Classes are held over the lunch hour (12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.) in the Hospital Board Small Conference Room inside the Administrative Offices near the front of the hospital. The next seminar be… Event Contact Name: Lauren Weitzman. Event Contact Phone: 8015816826. Event Contact Email: lweitzman@sa.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, October 5, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. 344 SSB. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Free Yoga

Eccles Health Sciences Library Colleges & Programs: Eccles Health Sciences Library. Event Type: Alumni. Conferences. Education. Faculty Meetings. Grand Rounds. Journal Club. Research. Research in Progress. Seminar Series. Students. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Join us for free yoga on Wednesdays and Fridays, 12:05-1:05 pm at the Eccles Health Sciences Library on the lower level.  We have three mats available for checkout at the main desk, but encourage all to bring their own mats. No need to register, just come when you can. If you have questions, give us a call at 801-581-5534. Event Contact Name: Donna Baluchi. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-5534. Event Contact Email: donna.baluchi@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, October 5, 2018, 12:05 PM – 1:05 PM. Synapse Bays, Lower Level, Eccles Health Sciences Library.

CaDeTS-Interview & Negotiating Skills

Bioscience Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Departments: Bioscience. Event Type: Education. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Our Goal:  To foster opportunities for PhD Students and Research Trainees to develop skills for success throughout their PhDs and future careers. Event Contact Name: Bioscience Program Office. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-5207. Event Contact Email: bioscience@genetics.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, October 5, 2018, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM. HSEB 3515A.

Transplant Buddy Race and Roll 5K

Health Sciences Programs Race and Roll 5K FUN Run/RolleBlade/Scooter/Walk Liberty Park October 6th for all ages. Join our efforts in raising funds and awareness for transplant patients and support those who have selflessly given a gift of life to others. All proceeds go to the Transplant Buddy Fundation Questions contact Rachelle Montoya 801-581-3784. Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Division: Transplantation. Event Type: Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Join us at Liberty Park October 6th. Run/Roller Blade/Scooter/Walk. The race begins at 8:30 AM on Saturday October 6th South West corner of Liberty Park 2 times around the inner sidewalk of the park ends down middle road on the 700 E side of the park. Same day registration $30.00, sign-in, and t-shirt pick up 7:30 – 8:15. Registration is $27 Location: Southwest corner of Liberty Park, 1300 S. 500 E. Salt Lake City, Utah The route runs through the scenic… Event Contact Name: Rachelle Montoya. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-3784. Event Contact Email: rachelle.montoya@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Saturday, October 6, 2018, 7:30 AM – 11:30 AM. Liberty Park. For more info visit www.active.com.

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (UofU Health Faculty & Staff only)

College of Health Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, (MBSR), was developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the Center for Mindfulness, University of Massachusetts Medical School. MBSR is an intensive training in developing mindful awareness and accessing our innate capacity for health, healing and growth. Groups meet for for an orientation, 8 weekly classes and an all-day retreat between weeks six and seven. Guided instruction in various practices is provided, including sitting and walking meditation, body scan, gentle yoga, and mindful communication. These practices are enhanced through inquiry exercises, group dialogue, and daily home assignments. Jon Kabat-Zinn’s definition of mindfulness is, “paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgementally.” Stress is an inherent part of our lives.  We do not practice mindfulness in order to escape the stress, but practice so that we can relate to our stress in a healthier way.  MBSR is intended to ignite our inner capacity for awareness, and to learn ways that we can be… Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: Description: Mondays, 9/10-10/22 from 6:30-8:45am Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, (MBSR), was developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the Center for Mindfulness, University of Massachusetts Medical School. MBSR is an intensive training in developing mindful awareness and accessing our innate capacity for health, healing and growth. Groups meet for for an orientation, 8 weekly classes and an all-day retreat between weeks six and seven. Guided instruction in various practices is provided, including sitti… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 8, 2018, 6:30 AM – 8:45 AM. (HSEB) Health Sciences Education Building, Room 2938. For more info visit app.healthcare.utah.edu.

American Red Cross CPR/AED/First Aid Certification Class

College of Health The American Red Cross Standard First Aid with CPR/AED - Adult course incorporates the 2010 ECC standards. It will help participants recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac, breathing and first aid emergencies. The courses teach skills that participants need to know to give immediate care to a suddenly injured or ill person until advanced medical personnel arrive and take over. Students who successfully complete this course will receive certificates for Standard First Aid with CPR/AED - Adult, which are valid for two years. Registration costs also cover the cost of participant CPR Keychain with face shield and gloves. https://www.redcrossstore.org/item/ARC-CPR-03. Campus Locations: HPER North (HPR N). Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: Description: The American Red Cross Standard First Aid with CPR/AED - Adult course incorporates the 2010 ECC standards. It will help participants recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac, breathing and first aid emergencies. The courses teach skills that participants need to know to give immediate care to a suddenly injured or ill person until advanced medical personnel arrive and take over. Students who successfully complete this course will receive certificates for Standard First Aid with CPR/A… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 8, 2018, 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM. HPER North 242. For more info visit app.healthcare.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Midvale

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community health workers and coaches offer indi… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 8, 2018, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Midvale Copperview Recreation Center 8446 Harrison Street, Midvale, UT 84047. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Midvale

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community health workers and coaches offer indi… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 8, 2018, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Midvale Copperview Recreation Center 8446 Harrison Street, Midvale, UT 84047. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

Epidemiology Grand Rounds

Internal Medicine Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Epidemiology. Event Type: Grand Rounds. Full Description: Epidemiology Grand Rounds. Event Contact Name: Michelle Gapinski. Event Contact Phone: 8012133438. Event Contact Email: michelle.gapinski@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Monday, October 8, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Williams Building, 238A 295 Chipeta Way.

Occupational Therapy Information Session

College of Health The information session will cover the profession of occupational therapy and the Masters in Occupational Therapy program at the University of Utah, program prerequisites, admissions procedures and the program itself. Campus Locations: Dumke Health Professions Building Dr. Ezekiel R. and Edna Wattis (DHPEB). Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Departments: Occupational & Recreational Therapies. Event Type: Education. Students. Event Audience: Open to Public. Full Description: The information session will cover the profession of occupational therapy and the Masters in Occupational Therapy program at the University of Utah, program prerequisites, admissions procedures and the program itself. Information sessions are held at 520 Wakara Way in Research Park. Located on the North side of the street, just west of the Marriott Hotel. Signs on the front door will direct you to the room. The information sessions are free and open to the public. There is no registration necessa… Event Contact Name: Kelly Brown. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-0555. Event Contact Email: kelly.brown@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 8, 2018, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. 520 Wakara Way. For more info visit health.utah.edu.

Biochemistry Seminar Speaker - Cazalla

Bioscience Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Biochemistry. Event Type: Seminar Series. Full Description: Demián Cazalla, Ph.D.  Assistant Professor of Biochemistry, University of Utah "Lessons from viruses: a novel mechanism for gene regulation". Event Contact Name: Diana Mills. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-2117. Event Contact Email: diana.mills@biochem.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 8, 2018, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. HSEB 2680.

GI & Liver Care - Project ECHO

Health Sciences Programs Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a partnership between interdisciplinary teams of University of Utah specialists and community providers. Through a weekly ECHO conference, University specialists offer case-based learning by consulting with community providers on cases within their current patient populations. Additionally, University specialists and guest presenters conduct brief (15-30 minutes) didactic presentations. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Event Type: Education. Seminar Series. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Hospitals & Clinics staff. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a partnership between interdisciplinary teams of University of Utah specialists and community providers. Through a weekly video- conference, University specialists offer case-based learning by consulting with community providers on cases within their current patient populations. Additionally, University specialists and guest presenters conduct brief (15-30 minutes) didactic presentations. Attendees are awarded one and a half hours of C… CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Jared Price. Event Contact Phone: 801-587-9193. Event Contact Email: jared.price@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM. Video-Conference. For more info visit physicians.utah.edu.

Transplant Planning

Surgery Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Transplant Planning. Event Contact Name: Transplant Team. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: Kelly.pickering@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. IMV.

Thoracic Treatment Planning Conference

Surgery Thoracic Treatment Planning Conference. Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Thoracic Treatment Planning Conference. Event Contact Name: Shawnda Gillespie. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: shawnda.gillespie@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM. HCI Building, 6th Floor, Alta Room.

Geriatrics Research Update Conference

Internal Medicine Geriatrics Research Update Conference. Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Geriatrics. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Geriatrics Research Update Conference, Presented by: TBD HSEB rm 1750 Live Webcast Link: http://www.kaltura.com/tiny/91jqi. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Heather Podolan. Event Contact Phone: 801-213-4156. Event Contact Email: heather.podolan@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. HSEB rm 1750. For more info visit www.kaltura.com.

University of Utah Health Farmers Market

College of Health University of Utah Health Farmers Market Tuesdays, 12pm – 5pm June 12 – October 9, 2018 Located at Browning Plaza, east of School of Medicine Open to the public CSA “Tagge Box” Program also available.  Sign up today! Use this link for the Health Sciences calendar since this information is on PULSE: https://pulse.utah.edu/site/wellness/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=10. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: University of Utah Health Farmers Market Tuesdays, 12pm – 5pm June 12 – October 9, 2018 Located at Browning Plaza, east of School of Medicine Open to the public CSA “Tagge Box” Program also available.  Sign up today! Use this link for the Health Sciences calendar since this information is on PULSE: https://pulse.utah.edu/site/wellness/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=10. Event Contact Name: University of Utah Health. Event Contact Phone: 8012130901. Event Contact Email: sarah.schlaefke@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Located at Browning Plaza, east of School of Medicine. For more info visit pulse.utah.edu.

Advanced HF/VAD/TX

Surgery Advanced HF/VAD/TX. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Advanced HF/VAD/TX. Event Contact Name: Kelly Pickering. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: kelly.pickering@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. CV Med Conf. Room.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Glendale

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: LOW-COST & FREE HEALTH SERVICES The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Glendale Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center 855 West California Ave, SLC, UT 84104. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Glendale

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: LOW-COST & FREE HEALTH SERVICES The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Glendale Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center 855 West California Ave, SLC, UT 84104. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

School of Medicine Seminar- Dana Carroll, Ph.D.

Health Sciences Programs Campus Locations: Eccles Institute of Human Genetics. Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Full Description: Dana Carroll, Ph.D. Distinguished Professor of Biochemistry University of Utah “The Impact of Biology on Genome Editing” Host: Wesley Sundquist, Biochemistry. Event Contact Name: Stefanie. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-4422. Event Contact Email: stefaniel@genetics.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Gesteland-White Auditorium.

CT Surgery Resident Tuesday Conference

Surgery CT Surgery Resident Conference. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: CT Surgery Resident Tuesday Conference. Event Contact Name: Shawnda Gillespie. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: shawnda.gillespie@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, October 9, 2018, 5:15 PM – 6:15 PM. Classroom D.

Peds Cath Conference

Surgery Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Peds Cath Conference. Event Contact Name: Kelly Pickering. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: kelly.pickering@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM. PCH Auditorium.

Pulmonary Research in Progress (RIP)

Internal Medicine Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Pulmonary. Full Description: Pulmonary Research in Progress (RIP). CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: layla atwood. Event Contact Phone: 8015817807. Event Contact Email: layla.atwood@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. Renzetti Conference Room-745 Wintrobe.

Free Yoga

Eccles Health Sciences Library Colleges & Programs: Eccles Health Sciences Library. Event Type: Alumni. Conferences. Education. Faculty Meetings. Grand Rounds. Journal Club. Research. Research in Progress. Seminar Series. Students. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Join us for free yoga on Wednesdays and Fridays, 12:05-1:05 pm at the Eccles Health Sciences Library on the lower level.  We have three mats available for checkout at the main desk, but encourage all to bring their own mats. No need to register, just come when you can. If you have questions, give us a call at 801-581-5534. Event Contact Name: Donna Baluchi. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-5534. Event Contact Email: donna.baluchi@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 12:05 PM – 1:05 PM. Synapse Bays, Lower Level, Eccles Health Sciences Library.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Kearns

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: LOW-COST & FREE HEALTH SERVICES The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Kearns Kearns Library 5350 S 4220 W, Kearns, UT 84118. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

School of Medicine Executive Committee Meeting

Mission Based Management The School of Medicine Executive Committee (SOMEC) meets monthly and is comprised of elected and appointed dean's, department chairs and faculty. Room Name/Number: Betz Boardroom. Contact Name: Cynthia Best. Contact Phone: 801-585-0946. Contact Email: cynthia.best@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

Physicians Literature and Medicine Discussion Group

Internal Medicine October's selection is The Butchering Art: Joseph Lister’s Quest to Transform the Grisly World of Victorian Medicine by Lindsey Fitzharris. Gretchen Case, PhD. MA, facilitates discussion. Campus Locations: University Hospital (U HOSP). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Medical Ethics. Event Type: Education. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Long before she wrote The Butchering Art, Lindsey Fitzharris created a modern audience for some of the most “grisly” chapters in the history of medicine and surgery, using striking visuals and compelling stories.  (Check out her online presence on Twitter @DrLindseyFitz and Instagram @drlindsayfitzharris for examples!).  In this book, Fitzharris focuses on the story of Joseph Lister, the 19th-century surgeon who revolutionized his craft with discoveries about infection, contagion, and sterility. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Linda Carr-Lee Faix. Event Contact Phone: 801-792-4463. Event Contact Email: linda.carrlee@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM. U Hospital Adminstrative Boardroom, #W1220. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Community Read

Health Sciences Programs Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Event Type: Alumni. Conferences. Education. Faculty Meetings. Grand Rounds. Journal Club. Research. Research in Progress. Seminar Series. Students. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Community Reads are an effort to encourage the community of faculty, staff and students to come together through the reading and discussion of a common book.  At University of Utah Health, Community Reads are co-sponsored by the Office of Health Equity and Inclusion and by the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library and their partners.   Two to three community reads are sponsored each year - one in the fall semester, one in spring semester, and one in the summer.  They are typically held at NOON on Thursd… Event Contact Name: Donna Baluchi. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-5534. Event Contact Email: donna.baluchi@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 11, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. Synapse Bays, Lower Level, Eccles Health Sciences Library.

Student RIP

Pathology Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Pathology. Division: Microbiology & Immunology. Event Type: Research in Progress. Full Description: Pathology Research in Progress. Event Contact Name: Kim Springer. Event Contact Phone: 8012133717. Event Contact Email: kim.springer@path.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Thursday, October 11, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. HSEB 4100B.

VIP (Visually Impaired Persons) Support Group

School of Medicine The VIP Support Group is a group for retirement-age individuals living with visual impairment. Here, you will have the opportunity to interact with others who are in a similar situation and give and receive support, ideas and encouragement. Campus Locations: Moran Eye Center - John A. (MEC). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences. Event Audience: Open to Public. Full Description: The VIP Support Group is a group for retirement-age individuals living with visual impairment where you will have an opportunity to interact with others who are in a similar situation.  During our monthly meetings, we will alternate between discussing a topic related to visual impairment (e.g. grief and loss, gratitude) and participating in a creative activity (e.g. music therapy, guided museum touch-tour, animal therapy, etc.). This group is offered at no charge. Want to stay informed about upcoming grou… Event Contact Name: Patient Support Program. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-2213. Event Contact Email: lisa.ord@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 11, 2018, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM. Moran Eye Center 65 Mario Capecchi Drive Salt Lake City, UT 84132. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Kearns

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: LOW-COST & FREE HEALTH SERVICES The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 11, 2018, 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Kearns Kearns Library 5350 S 4220 W, Kearns, UT 84118. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - South Salt Lake

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community health workers and coaches offer indi… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 11, 2018, 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM. South Salt Lake Central Park Community Center 2797 S 200 E, South Salt Lake City, UT 84115. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

Pulmonary Grand Rounds

Internal Medicine Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Pulmonary. Full Description: Pulmonary Grand Rounds- Dr. Jeanette Brown & Dr. Bonnie Ronish. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Layla Atwood. Event Contact Phone: 8015817807. Event Contact Email: layla.atwood@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 11, 2018, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Intermountain Medical Center-Doty Education Center.

Russell M. Nelson, M.D., PhD. Educational Endowment

Surgery Colleges & Programs: Clinical Care. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Alumni. Conferences. Education. Seminar Series. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: The Fourth Annual Lectureship Of Cardiac Surgery Keynote Speaker: Robert S. D. Higgina, MD, MSHA The William Steward Halsted Professor Director and Surgeon-in-Chief Johns Hopkins Department of Surgery. Event Contact Name: Heather Clark. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-5311. Event Contact Email: heather.clark@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Thursday, October 11, 2018, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Jewish Community Center 2 North Medical Drive Salt Lake City, Utah 84113.

SGIM Mountain West Meeting

Internal Medicine Campus Locations: University Guest House (GUEST). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: General Internal Medicine. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Full Description: The Society of General Internal Medicine is pleased to announce the 2018 SGIM Mountain West Regional meeting on October 12, 2018. Event Contact Name: n/a. Event Contact Phone: n/a. Event Contact Email: n/a. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, October 12, 2018. University Guest House. For more info visit www.sgim.org.

Free Yoga

Eccles Health Sciences Library Colleges & Programs: Eccles Health Sciences Library. Event Type: Alumni. Conferences. Education. Faculty Meetings. Grand Rounds. Journal Club. Research. Research in Progress. Seminar Series. Students. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Join us for free yoga on Wednesdays and Fridays, 12:05-1:05 pm at the Eccles Health Sciences Library on the lower level.  We have three mats available for checkout at the main desk, but encourage all to bring their own mats. No need to register, just come when you can. If you have questions, give us a call at 801-581-5534. Event Contact Name: Donna Baluchi. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-5534. Event Contact Email: donna.baluchi@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Friday, October 12, 2018, 12:05 PM – 1:05 PM. Synapse Bays, Lower Level, Eccles Health Sciences Library.

Huntsman Cancer Institute's Third Annual Multiple Myeloma Symposium

Health Sciences Programs ​Join us for the Huntsman Cancer Institute's Third Annual Multiple Myeloma Symposium - Approaching a Cure: The Multidisciplinary Treatment of Multiple Myeloma. Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Event Type: Conferences. Full Description: ​Join us for the Huntsman Cancer Institute's Third Annual Multiple Myeloma Symposium - Approaching a Cure: The Multidisciplinary Treatment of Multiple Myeloma. Guest Speaker: Damian Green, MD - Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, University of Washington Internal Speakers: Djordje Atanackovic, MD; Mary Steinbach, DNP, APRN; Douglas Sborov, MD; Dan Couriel, MD; Randa Tao, MD; Tibor Kovacsovics, MD; Annie Budhathoki, DAOM, LA; and Shaida Talebreza, MD, AGSF, FAAHPM, HMDC V… CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Emily Estheimer. Event Contact Phone: 801-213-6105. Event Contact Email: emily.estheimer@hci.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Saturday, October 13, 2018, 8:45 AM – 2:30 PM. J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation Auditorium, 1st Floor HCI Research South. For more info visit huntsmancancer.org.

Orientation to Vision Loss

School of Medicine Orientation to Vision Loss is a seminar open to all those who are touched by visual impairment. In this seminar, we focus on helping individuals with visual impairment learn fundamental skills to adjust to vision loss and maximize personal independence! Campus Locations: Moran Eye Center - John A. (MEC). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences. Event Audience: Open to Public. Full Description: Orientation to Vision Loss is a seminar helping individuals with visual impairment learn fundamental skills to adjust to vision loss and maximize personal independence! Our seminar will include: helpful tips and tricks to maximize your remaining vision, an opportunity to sample assistive devices and technology, an overview of low vision community resources and the opportunity to interact with and find support in others who are living with visual impairment. Family members, friends and professionals are welc… Event Contact Name: Patient Support Program. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-2213. Event Contact Email: amy.henderson@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Saturday, October 13, 2018, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Moran Eye Center 65 Mario Capecchi Drive SLC, UT 84132. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

Annual Alumni Reunion at the ASA

School of Medicine Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Anesthesiology. Full Description: Annual Alumni Reunion. Event Contact Name: Katie Snow. Event Contact Phone: (801)581-3622. Event Contact Email: katija.snow@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Saturday, October 13, 2018, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM. The Palace Hotel 2 New Montgomery Street San Francisco, CA 94105.

Sunday Assembly gathering

College of Health Think of it as the best parts of church, but with no religion, and with awesome pop songs. Campus Locations: Eccles Institute of Human Genetics. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: Sunday Assembly... • Is 100% celebration of life. We are born from nothing and go to nothing. Let’s enjoy it together. • Has no doctrine. We have no set texts so we can make use of wisdom from all sources. • Has no deity. We don’t do supernatural, but we also won’t tell you you’re wrong if you do. •Is radically inclusive. Everyone is welcome, regardless of your beliefs, orientation, nationality, age, or ability – this is a place of love that is open and accepting. • Won’t tell you h… Event Contact Name: Stefanie. Event Contact Phone: 801-735-2423. Event Contact Email: sundayassemblyslc@gmail.com. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Sunday, October 14, 2018, 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM. Gesteland-White Auditorium. For more info visit sites.google.com.

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (UofU Health Faculty & Staff only)

College of Health Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, (MBSR), was developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the Center for Mindfulness, University of Massachusetts Medical School. MBSR is an intensive training in developing mindful awareness and accessing our innate capacity for health, healing and growth. Groups meet for for an orientation, 8 weekly classes and an all-day retreat between weeks six and seven. Guided instruction in various practices is provided, including sitting and walking meditation, body scan, gentle yoga, and mindful communication. These practices are enhanced through inquiry exercises, group dialogue, and daily home assignments. Jon Kabat-Zinn’s definition of mindfulness is, “paying attention on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgementally.” Stress is an inherent part of our lives.  We do not practice mindfulness in order to escape the stress, but practice so that we can relate to our stress in a healthier way.  MBSR is intended to ignite our inner capacity for awareness, and to learn ways that we can be… Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: Description: Mondays, 9/10-10/22 from 6:30-8:45am Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, (MBSR), was developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn at the Center for Mindfulness, University of Massachusetts Medical School. MBSR is an intensive training in developing mindful awareness and accessing our innate capacity for health, healing and growth. Groups meet for for an orientation, 8 weekly classes and an all-day retreat between weeks six and seven. Guided instruction in various practices is provided, including sitti… Event Contact Name: PEAK. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7325. Event Contact Email: peakfitness@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 15, 2018, 6:30 AM – 8:45 AM. (HSEB) Health Sciences Education Building, Room 2938. For more info visit app.healthcare.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Midvale

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community health workers and coaches offer indi… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 15, 2018, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Midvale Copperview Recreation Center 8446 Harrison Street, Midvale, UT 84047. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Midvale

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community health workers and coaches offer indi… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 15, 2018, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Midvale Copperview Recreation Center 8446 Harrison Street, Midvale, UT 84047. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

Resiliency @ the U - Balancing Life and Work for Staff and Faculty

1HR Discussion Panel with: Rob Davies, PhD GME Wellness Director Megan E. Call, PhD Associate Director, Resiliency Center Please join us as we continue the 2018-19 Skill Development Sessions with a discussion on Resiliency and Wellness that aims to offer ways staff and faculty balance multiple schedules and personal lives, understanding the right time and need for self-care and much more. Please join us as we learn how to become more Resilient and Well UHealth professionals. RSVP: https://bit.ly/2OdhpmS Watch Live: https://bit.ly/2DwXGbI. Campus Locations: Health Sciences Education Building - Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles (HSEB). Colleges & Programs: Wellness and Integrative Health. Full Description: 1HR Discussion Panel with: Rob Davies, PhD GME Wellness Director Megan E. Call, PhD Associate Director, Resiliency Center Please join us as we continue the 2018-19 Skill Development Sessions with a discussion on Resiliency and Wellness that aims to offer ways staff and faculty balance multiple schedules and personal lives, understanding the right time and need for self-care and much more. Please join us as we learn how to become more Resilient and Well UHealth… Event Contact Name: Resiliency Center. Event Contact Phone: 8012130901. Event Contact Email: whitney.werner@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Monday, October 15, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. HSEB 1750. For more info visit docs.google.com.

GI & Liver Care - Project ECHO

Health Sciences Programs Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a partnership between interdisciplinary teams of University of Utah specialists and community providers. Through a weekly ECHO conference, University specialists offer case-based learning by consulting with community providers on cases within their current patient populations. Additionally, University specialists and guest presenters conduct brief (15-30 minutes) didactic presentations. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: Health Sciences Programs. Event Type: Education. Seminar Series. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Hospitals & Clinics staff. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is a partnership between interdisciplinary teams of University of Utah specialists and community providers. Through a weekly video- conference, University specialists offer case-based learning by consulting with community providers on cases within their current patient populations. Additionally, University specialists and guest presenters conduct brief (15-30 minutes) didactic presentations. Attendees are awarded one and a half hours of C… CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Jared Price. Event Contact Phone: 801-587-9193. Event Contact Email: jared.price@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM. Video-Conference. For more info visit physicians.utah.edu.

Transplant Planning

Surgery Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Transplant Planning. Event Contact Name: Transplant Team. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: Kelly.pickering@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM. IMV.

Lung Transplant Listing

Surgery Campus Locations: University Hospital (U HOSP). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Lung Transplant Listing. Event Contact Name: Gordon Shepherd. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-3697. Event Contact Email: GORDON.SHEPHERD@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM. SOT Conference Room on A.

Thoracic Treatment Planning Conference

Surgery Thoracic Treatment Planning Conference. Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Thoracic Treatment Planning Conference. Event Contact Name: Shawnda Gillespie. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: shawnda.gillespie@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM. HCI Building, 6th Floor, Alta Room.

Geriatrics Journal Club

Internal Medicine Geriatrics Journal Club; “Evaluating the Medical Literature”. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Geriatrics. Event Type: Journal Club. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Geriatrics Journal Club; “Evaluating the Medical Literature” Division of Geriatrics, AB193. CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Heather Podolan. Event Contact Phone: 801-213-4156. Event Contact Email: heather.podolan@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. Division of Geriatrics, AB193.

Advanced HF/VAD/TX

Surgery Advanced HF/VAD/TX. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Advanced HF/VAD/TX. Event Contact Name: Kelly Pickering. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: kelly.pickering@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. CV Med Conf. Room.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Glendale

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: LOW-COST & FREE HEALTH SERVICES The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Glendale Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center 855 West California Ave, SLC, UT 84104. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Glendale

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: LOW-COST & FREE HEALTH SERVICES The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM. Glendale Sorenson Multi-Cultural Center 855 West California Ave, SLC, UT 84104. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.

Neuroscience Program Seminar

Jennifer Li, Ph.D. Rowland Institute at Harvard Rowland Junior Fellow  “Brain wide imaging of complex behaviors in freely swimming larval zebrafish”. Campus Locations: Eccles Institute of Human Genetics. Room Name/Number: 1st floor Auditorium. Contact Name: Tracy Marble. Contact Phone: 801-581-4820. Contact Email: tracy.marble@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. For more info visit neuroscience.med.utah.edu.

CT Surgery Resident Tuesday Conference

Surgery CT Surgery Resident Conference. Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: CT Surgery Resident Tuesday Conference. Event Contact Name: Shawnda Gillespie. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: shawnda.gillespie@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 5:15 PM – 6:15 PM. Classroom D.

Peds Cath Conference

Surgery Campus Locations: School of Medicine (SOM). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Surgery. Division: Cardiothoracic Surgery. Event Type: Conferences. Event Audience: Department Faculty & Staff Only. Full Description: Peds Cath Conference. Event Contact Name: Kelly Pickering. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-6740. Event Contact Email: kelly.pickering@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: No. Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM. PCH Auditorium.

Pulmonary Research in Progress (RIP)

Internal Medicine Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Internal Medicine. Division: Pulmonary. Full Description: Pulmonary Research in Progress (RIP). CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: layla atwood. Event Contact Phone: 8015817807. Event Contact Email: layla.atwood@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. Renzetti Conference Room-745 Wintrobe.

ONCSCI - HCI Lab 2018-19 Research in Progress

School of Medicine ONCSCI - HCI Lab 2018-19 Research in Progress. Campus Locations: Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Oncological Sciences. Event Type: Research in Progress. Seminar Series. Event Audience: Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: ONCSCI - HCI Lab 2018-19 Research in Progress. Event Contact Name: Dee DalPonte. Event Contact Phone: 801-585-7774. Event Contact Email: dee.dalponte@hci.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. J. Willard and Alice S. Marriott Foundation Auditorium (1st Floor HCI Research South Building). For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Psychiatry Grand Rounds

School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds: Nielson Endowed Lectureship Series, "Cognitive Plasticity in Older Adults" Presented By Kevin Duff, PhD, ABPP-CN | Professor of Neurology | Clinical Neuropsychologist | Center for Alzheimer's Care, Imaging & Research | University of Utah. Colleges & Programs: School of Medicine. Departments: Psychiatry. Event Type: Grand Rounds. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds: Nielson Endowed Lectureship Series, "Cognitive Plasticity in Older Adults" Presented By Kevin Duff, PhD, ABPP-CN | Professor of Neurology | Clinical Neuropsychologist | Center for Alzheimer's Care, Imaging & Research | University of Utah Dr. Kevin Duff obtained his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the State University of New York in Albany in 2001. He completed his neuropsychology internship at the Southern Arizona Healthcare System in Tucson, AZ, and his… CME Eligible? Yes. Event Contact Name: Abbie Hess. Event Contact Phone: 801-587-8626. Event Contact Email: abigial.hess@hsc.utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM. C. H. Hardin Branch Auditorium University Neuropsychiatric Institute (UNI) 501 Chipeta Way Salt Lake City, UT 84108. For more info visit medicine.utah.edu.

Free Yoga

Eccles Health Sciences Library Colleges & Programs: Eccles Health Sciences Library. Event Type: Alumni. Conferences. Education. Faculty Meetings. Grand Rounds. Journal Club. Research. Research in Progress. Seminar Series. Students. Other. Event Audience: All University of Utah Faculty. Department Faculty & Staff Only. Hospitals & Clinics staff. Non U of U Physicians & Health Care Providers. Open to Public. School of Medicine Faculty. School of Medicine Residents. School of Medicine Students. Full Description: Join us for free yoga on Wednesdays and Fridays, 12:05-1:05 pm at the Eccles Health Sciences Library on the lower level.  We have three mats available for checkout at the main desk, but encourage all to bring their own mats. No need to register, just come when you can. If you have questions, give us a call at 801-581-5534. Event Contact Name: Donna Baluchi. Event Contact Phone: 801-581-5534. Event Contact Email: donna.baluchi@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 12:05 PM – 1:05 PM. Synapse Bays, Lower Level, Eccles Health Sciences Library.

The Wellness Bus Weekly Visit - Kearns

College of Health The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. Colleges & Programs: College of Health. Full Description: LOW-COST & FREE HEALTH SERVICES The Wellness Bus reduces chronic illness through health screenings, health coaching, nutrition education, and referrals for health and social services. If you live in Utah or, if you don’t have health insurance, the Wellness Bus offers these services at no or low cost. The Wellness Bus provides health screenings to check your: Blood (sugar) glucose Blood pressure Cholesterol Body Mass Index (BMI) Dental health Our community… Event Contact Name: The Wellness Bus. Event Contact Phone: 8015875257. Event Contact Email: wellnessbus@utah.edu. Campus Wide Event: Yes. Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 3:00 PM – 7:00 PM. Kearns Kearns Library 5350 S 4220 W, Kearns, UT 84118. For more info visit healthcare.utah.edu.