UH Health Talks

University Hospitals is committed to helping our patients and the Northeast Ohio community manage their health and well-being. This is even more important during the current COVID-19 outbreak.

That is why UH is bringing our health experts to you through a series of virtual health talks. The virtual seminars include a presentation by physicians who are experts in their field, followed by a Q&A session. These events are free but registration is required.

Missed a live session? Don't worry, you can watch previously held sessions below.

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Back Pain - Causes, Non-Surgical & Surgical Treatment Options

Learn more about back pain in adults, causes, non-surgical and surgical treatments to get you back to doing the things you enjoy in life.

Breast Cancer Awareness - What to Know About Risks, Screening Guidelines and Survivorship

Learn about the latest information on breast cancer risks, screening guidelines and survivorship.

Breast Reconstruction After Breast Cancer

Learn about the latest options for breast reconstruction after breast cancer surgery.

High Cholesterol and Statins

Separate facts from myths in this webinar focused on high cholesterol and statins.

Lunch and Learn - Breast Cancer Awareness | Mammograms: Misconceptions, Myths and More

There are many misconceptions and myths around breast cancer and mammograms. Join us for a free webinar while you eat lunch and learn about these topics.

UH Virtual Town Hall With Cleveland Councilman Basheer Jones - Racism and Public Health

The panel discussion will focus on the City of Cleveland’s recent resolution declaring racism as a public health crisis, and actions that are needed – now and going forward – to address disparities in health care, and advance equity and justice.

Vasectomy - Options for Male Birth Control

If the time has come when you and your partner agree that you don’t want any more children learn more about a vasectomy.

Is Your Leg Pain Really Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)?

Learn more about PAD and other potentially life-threatening vascular conditions such as abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) – as well as the latest treatment options available.

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