Celebrating Native American Heritage Month November 2023Want more information about Native American Heritage Month Events?
Johns Hopkins Center for Indigenous Health
Baltimore American Indian Center events
On Oct. 19, from noon to 1:00 p.m., JHM Language Services hosted a “Lunch and Learn: Real Strategies When Working with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHoH).” There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to evaluating and meeting the language needs of our DHoH patients and their care partners. Are you interested in finding out more about the DHoH patient population that we serve? Do you want to be knowledgeable about the resources available to support their language needs? View webinar
The 11th Annual William S. Perper Faith-Health
Symposium, scheduled for November 2, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. This year’s
conference will cover two topics that have a profound impact on our communities
– depression and alcohol use disorder. You may choose to participate in person
or virtually via bit.ly/PerperSymposium.
For those who will be able to join us in person, we will be providing a continental breakfast (beginning at 8:30 a.m.) and free parking in the mid-campus lot.
Upcoming JHM System Leadership
We are excited to continue the Johns Hopkins Medicine System Leadership Rounds with the Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Health Equity initiative to establish internal partnerships and increase our engagement with the Hopkins community.
Our team has been travelling to all entities and specific departments to introduce ourselves, discuss our strategic initiatives, present opportunities to get involved with our office, and, most importantly, engage with YOU, our colleagues.
Howard County Medical Center: October 26 at 10-10:45am in 1C Conference Room
Topic: JHM System Leadership Rounds
Time: Oct 26, 2023 10:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 920 5175 3719
All Children's Hospital: November 15 at various segments in ACH-REB 1208 Bankers Auditorium (Schedule to come soon!)
Black Men in White Coats Event Photos
Drs Golden and Irvin
Dr. Nate Irvin
Marita Golden is an author, creative writing coach and literary consultant.
Session 1: Invisible Mental Health Disabilities — The Need for Everyday Healing
In this session author Marita Golden and social psychologist, Dr. Pamela Brewer discussed techniques for responding to the increasing and intensifying sources of stress in our lives that are adversely impacting our mental health. Watch a recording of the session.
Session 2: Saving Our Children
In this session, author Marita Golden and social psychologist, Dr. Pamela Brewer discuss the mental health crisis, American youth are experiencing. Depression, anxiety and suicide attempts among youth are at an all-time high. Watch a recording of the session
Session 3: Tell Your True Story.
In this session, Marita Golden lead this writing session. Participants received support on how to write to gain a new perspective on their life story, work through grief and collecting their thoughts. Watch a recording of the session