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Sibling Support Program featured at Cambridge Health Alliance Art of Healing event

Sibling Support Program featured at Cambridge Health Alliance Art of Healing event

The Sibling Support Program, developed at UMass Medical School’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center, was recognized by Cambridge Health Alliance during its annual fundraiser.

WCVB-TV: New mothers getting help for postpartum depression through new state program led by UMMS

WCVB-TV: New mothers getting help for postpartum depression through new state program led by UMMS

A new state-funded program led by UMass Medical School is helping new mothers suffering from post-partum depression get the help they need, according to a WCVB-TV report.

Telegram & Gazette: Shriver Center projects aim to improve dental care for those with disabilities

Telegram & Gazette: Shriver Center projects aim to improve dental care for those with disabilities

Two Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center projects are training dentists on how to care for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities and researching the most effective treatment techniques, according to an article in the Telegram & Gazette April 29.

‘The Silk Road’ showcases internationally inspired fiber art and brush painting

‘The Silk Road’ showcases internationally inspired fiber art and brush painting

Educator, multicultural advocate and multimedia artist Bayda Asbridge is the Lamar Soutter Library’s next Artist in Residence. Her exhibit of fiber and brush painted works entitled “The Silk Road” will be on display in the library from Friday, May 1, through Tuesday, June 30.

‘We must meet patients’ behavioral health needs,’ Judith Steinberg urges in Globe Magazine perspective piece

‘We must meet patients’ behavioral health needs,’ Judith Steinberg urges in Globe Magazine perspective piece

Behavioral health integration became more than an academic concept to Judith L. Steinberg, MD, MPH, when she was transformed from doctor to patient earlier this year. She writes about her experience and what she learned.

‘Caring for LGBT Patients’ presentation May 4

QMass and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion are hosting an LGBT health awareness event, “Caring for LGBT Patients,” that will take place Monday, May 4, from 2:15 to 3:45 p.m. in the Jacob Hiatt Auditorium.

Best Buddies Friendship Walk supports UMMS chapter May 17

Best Buddies Friendship Walk supports UMMS chapter May 17

The Best Buddies chapter at UMass Medical School—launched last year to promote friendships among UMMS students and community members with intellectual and developmental disabilities—is hosting its first Best Buddies Friendship Walk on Sunday, May 17, on the university campus. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.

Cellucci Fund 2015 Boston Marathon team raises money, awareness for ALS research

Cellucci Fund 2015 Boston Marathon team raises money, awareness for ALS research

The 2015 UMass ALS Cellucci Fund Boston Marathon team successfully completed the historic 26.2-mile course and raised nearly $45,000 for ALS research at UMass Medical School.

Volunteer opportunities abound at annual fair

Volunteer opportunities abound at annual fair

On Monday, April 27, the Office of Community and Government Relations is providing opportunities for new and returning volunteers to connect with local agencies that need help. The sixth annual Volunteer Fair will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the main campus in the Medical School lobbies. 

Seven Hills Symphony Orchestra concert is May 8

Seven Hills Symphony Orchestra concert is May 8

The Seven Hills Symphony Orchestra will present its third and final concert of its 10thanniversary season on Friday, May 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the Aaron Lazare Medical Research Building on the campus of UMass Medical School. 

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