Join University of Minnesota researchers and community experts from throughout Minnesota in a statewide UROC Critical Conversation on the basics of opioids and how they are impacting our state.
Let's talk about managing pain as we age. Join us for an authentic conversation with community leaders, health practitioners, & researchers.
The event is free and open to the public. Celebrate University-community partnerships at UROC's annual Community Day open house with engaging displays, live music, food by local chefs, official UROC swag, and more. Visit with UROC's University researchers and their community partners, meet Goldy Gopher, and engage in live storytelling with local artists.
Join us for an authentic discussion regarding cultural considerations when dealing with pain care.
We are excited to invite you to an event centered around the crucial topic of pain management. We believe that by coming together and sharing knowledge, we can effectively address the complex issue of pain management. Your presence at this event will contribute to a vibrant and inclusive conversation, fostering a supportive community committed to better understanding and managing pain.
Samuel Simmons Consulting invites you to the 15th Annual Community Empowerment Through Black Men Healing Conference where we bring to together professionals, community practitioners, and anyone interested in the topic to consider the question, "Could a focus on black men's healing be a way to empower the community?"
Join the fight against the fentanyl crisis in America. During this virtual town hall, join Carmen Robles & Associates to help increase awareness about this crisis. In finding a solution to this problem, Naloxone (NARCAN) is a lifesaving medication that can reverse an overdose from opioids - including fentanyl. Join this Virtual Town Hall Meeting to learn more.
Join us for an authentic conversation between health practitioners, researchers, community members and leaders about pain and trauma.
Let’s talk about medications for pain! Join us for an authentic conversation with community leaders, health practitioners and researchers.
University of Minnesota researchers and community experts specializing in the treatment of chronic pain discussed strategies to empower individuals in managing chronic pain, navigate health systems, and build stronger relationships between patients and their care providers. This event was co-sponsored by the University of Minnesota Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality and Healing's Integrative Health & Wellbeing Research Program and served as the kick-off for the series of Living Well with Pain community conversations on the topic of pain and pain management.