Enjoy a candid discussion around sex, consent, sexually transmitted diseases, prevention and tips for crucial conversations around sex. Guest Speakers:White Coats 4 Black Lives
Join WISE Health and District 17 community members as we meet Tyra Fennell, Assembly District Delegate Candidate, to work under Assemblyman David Chiu. Enjoy warm pancakes, delicious coffee and great information on the changes that will take place throughout our city in 2019. This event is open to the community/
WISE Health and UCSF have partnered to provide an educational workshop on Dementia. This workshop will be ideal for caregivers and loved ones impacted by people living with Dementia. Community partners will be in attendance providing resources that will increase access to care and services.
Location: Armstrong Senior Housing, 5600 Third Street, San Francisco, CA.
UCSF Mission Bay Campus - Genentech Hall 600 16th St., San Francisco, CA 94158
• Promote health and wellness through church health ministries
• Assist churches with: -starting new health ministries-strengthening and sustaining those already at work
• Showcase existing health ministries and “best practice” health promotion education programs and strategies and tools for assessing congregation and community assets (using ABCD) to foster health ministry sustainability
• Provide research updates and opportunities to participate in research • Foster networking and identifying resources and partnerships through a “Marketplace” of Community resource organizations and programs
WISE Health has partnered with the Peninsula Bay Chapter of the Links, Incorporated and Give Life, Save Life to Participate in the the 15th annual Soul Stroll for health sponsored by the African American Community Health Advisory Committee. We will distribute Health and Wellness kits and share information on organ donation. This year's walk aim to increase awareness of Sickle Cell Anemia which impacts a higher proportion of people who are of African descent. Thus the honoree is T-Boz from the group TLC who has Sickle Cell Anemia. We are excited to participate in this longstanding event!
For more information and to register please visit: www.aachac.org.
WISE Health has partnered with Girls to Women and the Peninsula Bay Chapter of the Links, Incorporated to create "Health and Wellness Kits" for participants and attendees of the 5th Annual Margaret Wright 5K run/walk. We are excited about working with these organizations as they are dedicated to inspiring healthy, smart, and talented youth!
Dr. Jylana will present a collaborative international study titled “ Exploring disparities in healthy and age-friendly environments: the Stanford Discovery Tool project in Israel" at the Annual Active Living Research Conference in Clearwater Beach, Florida.
WISE Health is proud to be one of the participating sponsors of the 2015 Women's Health Initiative Conference in Burlingame, CA. Martha, our Nutrition Educator, is giving an interactive talk about nutrition tailored for Latino/Hispanic women as well. This is the 20th anniversary for the event, which will have Dr. J. Nadine Gracia, Director of the US Office of Minority Health, as the keynote speaker. Notable past speakers have included the late Dr. Maya Angelou, noted author, poet, actress and songstress; Beverly Johnson, the first African American supermodel, actress, author and AIDS activist; and Dr. James Hildreth, HIV/AIDS researcher, professor, and current President of Meharry Medical College.
Register HERE by scrolling to the bottom of the page.
Health 2.0 heads back to Silicon Valley to examine how another year has impacted and changed health care technology. At the 9th Annual Fall Conference you can look forward to over 200 live product demos, dozens of company launches, merger announcements, engaging panel discussion with expert speakers, and 3.5 days of prime networking opportunity.
Jylana is attending the the Scott Hawkins Leadership Institute's 2015 retreat for Fellows in Cohort VI.
Jylana is presenting her work on North San Mateo County, CA older adults' use of technology to document and assess their neighborhood food environment. This study was funded by the Get Health San Mateo Initiative.