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A multidisciplinary team sit around a table, discussing a patient's treatment options.
A multidisciplinary team sit around a table, discussing a patient's treatment options.
A multidisciplinary team sit around a table, discussing a patient's treatment options.

Events

We offer free in-person and online seminars throughout the year, featuring our own experts who present the latest information on a variety of health topics. Each seminar is interactive and followed by a Q&A session with the presenter.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

  • 2020 Nov 2

    Online

    Saving Face: Expert Advice to Help Freshen an Aging Face

    Age-related changes to the face don’t have to be noticeable. Learn about surgical and non-surgical options to address these signs of aging from facial plastic and reconstructive surgeons Kofi Boahene and Lisa Ishii.

  • 2020 Nov 6

    Online

    Improving Your Urinary Quality of Life

    Urinary stricture disease is a benign urologic condition that results in the blockage of urinary flow. In some cases urinary stricture disease can cause infection, stones, or even kidney disease. This condition is commonly caused by trauma, infection, or radiation of the genitals and can affect men and women of all ages. Join Johns Hopkins Reconstructive Urologic Surgeon, Andrew Cohen, M.D. for an interactive webinar to discuss an array of solutions for this very common issue.

  • 2020 Nov 10

    Online

    Innovations in Pediatric Diabetes Technology

    Advances in technology have had a great impact on the management of pediatric diabetes. Join us for an interactive webinar with Johns Hopkins Children’s Center pediatric endocrinologist Risa Wolf and Certified Diabetes Educator and pump trainer Maggie West as they discuss the advantages of utilizing these innovations.

  • 2020 Nov 18

    Online

    What to Know About Pediatric Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    Sleep apnea is a serious, potentially life-threatening condition that is far more common than previously thought. Join us for an interactive webinar with Johns Hopkins Children’s Center sleep expert Lydia Kim as she discusses the key things to know about pediatric obstructive sleep apnea, signs and symptoms to look out for, implications of untreated sleep apnea, and treatment options.