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The University of Chicago presents a collection of thought-provoking samples from the University's intellectual life involving the University's role in health and medicine on campus and around the world.

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The University of Chicago presents a collection of thought-provoking samples from the University's intellectual life involving the University's role in health and medicine on campus and around the world.

    Take a Stand. Lend a Hand: Bullying and Stress Management for Youth

    Take a Stand. Lend a Hand: Bullying and Stress Management for Youth

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    A panel of psychologists and community leaders discuss bullying and stress management with elementary school students.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Faith Leaders Breakfast and Community Briefing (audio)

    Faith Leaders Breakfast and Community Briefing (audio)

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    On November 20, 2012, nearly 200 South Side faith leaders and University of Chicago representatives attended the annual Faith Leaders Breakfast and Community Briefing. The University of Chicago Medicine event updated community members about the latest work by UChicago's Urban Health Initiative, local faith-based organizations, and more.

    Learn more about the Urban Health Initiative at http://uhi.uchospitals.edu/

    • 2 min
    Being in the Know: HIV and AIDS Awareness for Youth (audio)

    Being in the Know: HIV and AIDS Awareness for Youth (audio)

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    This talk is part of the University of Chicago Community Grand Rounds speaker series. Talks focus on how UChicago research can help improve health on the South Side.

    Find upcoming Community Grand Rounds events at http://medicine.uchicago.edu/GrandRounds/grandrounds.asp

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Global Infertility and the Challenge of Assisted Reproduction

    Global Infertility and the Challenge of Assisted Reproduction

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    This Conference on Women and Children's Health in the Middle East covered a range of themes relating to women and children’s medical care, such as the mental health of Indonesian women post-conflict, infertility treatments, and the use of contraceptives in the Middle East.

    Learn more at: http://cmes.uchicago.edu/news/conference-women-and-childrens-health-middle-east-november-10-2012-franke-institute-humanities

    • 41 min
    HINet - Session 7: Peter Gluckman

    HINet - Session 7: Peter Gluckman

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    The Health Inequality Network (HINet) is a multidisciplinary research network comprising a group of world-class scholars on health research from diverse fields. HINET's aim is to synthesize and extend insights from several disciplines into a unified approach and comprehensive framework for understanding theemergence and evolution of health disparities over the lifecycle and across generations. This effort will incorporate the study of socioeconomic determinants, genetic inheritance, epigenetic mechanisms, and biological and neuronal pathways, as well as behavioral responses and policy interventions.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    HINet - Session 8: Funmi Olopade

    HINet - Session 8: Funmi Olopade

    If you experience any technical difficulties with this video or would like to make an accessibility-related request, please send a message to digicomm@uchicago.edu.

    The Health Inequality Network (HINet) is a multidisciplinary research network comprising a group of world-class scholars on health research from diverse fields. HINET's aim is to synthesize and extend insights from several disciplines into a unified approach and comprehensive framework for understanding theemergence and evolution of health disparities over the lifecycle and across generations. This effort will incorporate the study of socioeconomic determinants, genetic inheritance, epigenetic mechanisms, and biological and neuronal pathways, as well as behavioral responses and policy interventions.

    • 44 min

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