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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Know Your Colon Cancer Screening Options

Know Your Colon Cancer Screening Options

Learn about your screening options from colonoscopy to home-based tests while covering the pros and cons of each.

The COVID-19 Vaccine: Where do you Stand?

The COVID-19 Vaccine - Where do you Stand?

Learn more about the impact, efficacy, safety and mistrust in COVID-19 vaccination.

Social and Communications Issues

Autism Seminar Series - Social and Communications Issues

Improve your understanding of the Spectrum of Autism and practical interventions.

Colorectal Cancer Awareness

Colorectal Cancer Awareness

Learn more about Colon and Rectal Cancers, prevention, importance of screening colonoscopies, other testing such as Virtual Colonoscopies and Cologuard.

Promoting Wellness with Sleep Health

Promoting Wellness with Sleep Health

March 19 is World Sleep Day. Learn all about sleep health and sleep as a pillar of wellness.

Common Hand Issues: Surgeon and Therapist Perspectives

Common Hand Issues - Surgeon and Therapist Perspectives

Learn how to treat hand and wrist pain and get active again.

Stroke Prevention and Signs

Stroke - Signs, Symptoms, Prevention

80% of strokes are preventable but it's the 5th leading cause of death in the United States and leading cause of serious long-term disability.

Pelvic Organ Prolapse - There’s a bulge

Pelvic Organ Prolapse - There is a bulge

Learn more about pelvic organ prolapse in women - what it is, the risks are for developing it, and the medical and surgical approaches for correcting it.

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