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You asked for it, and we listened. Introducing the UC Alumni Association’s new health series for Bearcats to learn from our experts on various health topics. Our clinical experts will explore the COVID-19 pandemic, racial inequities in healthcare, resilience during times of stress, and more.

Upcoming Events

Breast Cancer 360° in the Midst of COVID-19

UC Health Dr. Lower sits with a patient

New videos released weekly October 2 – November 27

The UC Cancer Center Comprehensive Breast Cancer Center will host this series of brief educational videos during Breast Cancer Awareness Month and beyond. UC Cancer Center faculty will discuss all angles of breast cancer care and how it has been impacted by COVID-19.


Hope! Fight! Breathe! Lung Cancer Educational Conference for Patients, Families and Caregivers

UC Health Dr. Starnes sits with a patient

Saturday, October 31
8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

The UC Cancer Center Comprehensive Lung Cancer presents this free educational event for the community focused on state-of-the-art clinical care and research for lung cancer, cancer survivorship and two interactive Q&A discussion panels with UC Cancer Center faculty.

RSVP to Kelly Hummel at kelly.hummel@uc.edu or (513) 558-2030 to receive password access to the event.


Exploring Our Patients' Contexts: A History of Anti-Black Racism in Cincinnati

Thursday, November 5
6 - 7 p.m.

Join Anna Goroncy, MD, Program Director Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Program at The Christ Hospital and UC Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, for a presentation about the causes and consequences of health inequities.


Save The Date

Sian Cotton headshot

Wednesday, Jan. 27
4:30 p.m.

To live life to the fullest, it is important to optimize practices that promote overall health — like mindfulness or mind-body techniques that are proven to reduce stress and improve well-being. Join Dr. Sian Cotton, Director of UC’s Center for Integrative Health and Wellness and Professor of Family and Community Medicine, in her presentation “Mindfulness for Building Resilience” to learn practical skills and the science behind them, to stimulate a healthy lifestyle and build resilience in the face of ongoing stress.

Stay tuned to register.

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Date forthcoming

Join us for the latest and breaking news related to a COVID-19 vaccine with Brett Kissela, MD, MS, Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Research at UC’s College of Medicine and Chief of Research Services for UC Health. Dr. Kissela will break down the safety of a vaccine and address common questions and concerns as well as what it means for the future.

Saturday, Jan. 23, 2021
9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

The UC Center for Integrative Health and Wellness and UC Cancer Center Survivorship and Supportive Services Program will host this free virtual series for the community focused on integrative health and cancer survivorship. Expert speakers will provide evidence-based ways to maintain a wellness-centered lifestyle and promote healing through lifestyle management and integrative therapies. This is the second of two events in this series.

Past Events

Video link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/oKhbgB7c5qs?rel=0
Video link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/rl_4nrCOfOA?rel=0

Giving Back

UC clinicians and researchers have been on the front lines of the region's response to COVID-19, truly making our community proud. The Crisis Response Fund supports the immediate and ongoing needs of UC Health clinicians and staff as they continue to understand, treat and prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Please consider making a gift to support UC and UC Health to address areas of emerging and critical need in real-time. 


Health News from UC

UC programs adjust to a pandemic environment

October 28, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic outbreak changed the delivery of education when it forced in-person learning at the University of Cincinnati to shut down in mid-March of 2020. Colleges at UC had to quickly scramble to reimagine how to teach their students in an unprecedented environment. Leadership at the College of Allied Health Sciences immediately began the complicated process of designing learning plans that would meet the needs of their various departments.

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