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Join subject-matter experts at IMANA for this informative webinar on recent updates about COVID-19, what President Trump's Covid-19 diagnosis means at a time when the pandemic is raging and what precautionary measures one should undertake as the weather gets colder.
All information contained within this webinar is current as of Oct. 14, 2020.
In light of National Health Education Week, the IMANA Education Committee would like to take this opportunity to help people better understand male pelvic pain syndromes and more importantly, help those suffering from these diagnoses get the help they need to recover. We are proud to partner with Dr. Tayyaba Ahmed, DO for this webinar to help men better understand how their symptoms happened and educate them with the information they need, to get better. We understand it can be confusing, frustrating, and frightening for those struggling with it and hope this informative webinar is helpful. Should you have any questions or concerns, there will also be an anonymous Q&A session at the end of the live session.Find out more »
Webinar: Faith and Mental Health: How Religion and Spirituality affects our resilience and wellness.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has predicted that by the year 2020, depression will be the second most frequent cause of disability worldwide, second only to ischemic heart disease. By examining the two integral concepts of health in Islam and extensive case studies, Dr. Farha Abbasi will demonstrate how religion and spirituality often assist in healing for people belonging to or practicing a religion, including how the Imams can play a pivotal role in creating faith-based mental health initiatives.Find out more »
Patients with hematological malignancies face unique infectious risks and the COVID-19 pandemic has understandably shaken this community. Knowledgeable and experienced subject matter experts have joined with the IMANA Education Committee to present an informative webinar outlining the outcomes of patients with hematological malignancies. We are proud to have Dr. Maria Chaudhry present on multiple myeloma, Dr. Seema A. Bhat present on the effect of COVID-19 on Hematological malignancies. Register: https://learn.imana.org/hematologic-malignanciesFind out more »
With the coronavirus spreading at alarming levels, IMANA recognized the pressing need to provide factual and reassuring information to help communities understand the disease, its incidence, and its public health impacts. We are proud to present Dr. Daniel Brennan, Director of Johns Hopkins Transplant Comprehensive Center and Professor of Medicine, to discuss how the pandemic has impacted organ donation and transplantation, in addition to showing evidence-based research for clinicians, potential donors, and transplant candidates. Register at learn.imana.org/organ-donationFind out more »