Let's Talk About Health - Webinar Series
Join us each month as we offer a lunchtime presentation on a specific health topic. Our clinical experts will take questions from families using the Ask Me 3® approach to better understand health conditions such as diabetes, asthma and cancer and what is needed to stay healthy.
Register for the Upcoming Webinar
Women's Health/ Breast Cancer | Wednesday October 21st, 12 pm
As the majority of health care decision makers, women often spend time helping others before they make time for themselves. Many major health risks that women face, including breast cancer, are found through screenings and successfully treated when found early. Simple things like eating healthy, staying active, self-care and guarding our emotional wellness are important for current and future health.
Join our experts for a conversation aimed at helping women learn more about current issues affecting their physical and mental health.
How to Connect
- Simply click on this link to register.
- To participate via audio only, please dial 1-408-418-9388 and use access code: 173 338 2424.
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Ask Me 3® is an educational program that encourages patients and families to become more active members of their health care team by asking three simple, specific questions of their providers to better understand their health conditions and what they need to do to stay healthy.
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Telehealth and Technology
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- Telehealth and Technology (6/17/20)