Stanford Sierra Camp Health 4 All (H4A) Seminar Series
When: November 10-13, 2016 (Thursday evening-Sunday morning)
Where: Stanford Sierra Camp
Who: The Stanford Sierra Camp H4A Seminar Series is led by Stanford faculty and scholars and designed to engage a wide range of community members from Stanford and around the globe. All ages 18 and over are welcome.
STAP approved and EA eligible: Stanford + Stanford Hospital & Clinics staff, use your STAP and EA (Educational Assistance) funds to help cover some of your event registration fees.
The program is also designed to accept professional and personal groups who would like to treat this as a retreat.*
The Stanford Health 4 All (H4A) program is designed and delivered by the Stanford Prevention Research Center within the School of Medicine. H4A participants learn how to engage communities in changing human behavior for a healthier world. The Sierra Camp H4A seminars are focused on personal, family, and communal health and wellness. Stanford faculty and scholars will present multiple seminars. The program is designed to help you:
BUILD new skills and knowledge for personal, professional, and communal wellness.
LEARN about the latest research in health, science, and wellness.
IMPROVE your personal health & wellness management, and that of your loved ones.
CONNECT your key learnings to personal and professional lives.
NETWORK with seminar presenters and colleagues.
EXPLORE Stanford Sierra Camp and all that it has to offer.
*GROUP RETREAT OPTION The afternoons and post-dinner time slots can be used for group meetings, and we can book you a private breakout room. Stanford groups can pay via PTAs and iJournals. Please contact TO Preising for details at email@example.com. Group rates are $590 pp.
A Message from the Director of SPRC
“Medicine has long focused on how to diagnose and treat disease, but what people are mostly interested in is health and, beyond simple health, the fulfillment of wellness.
Wellness has been difficult to define to-date because it encompasses all these delicate and exciting experiences that make a life worth living, filled with physical and intellectual achievement. It includes physical, mental, and social wellbeing. Physical vitality, mental alacrity, social satisfaction, a sense of accomplishment and personal fulfillment all contribute to wellness, and the whole is greater than the parts.
We aim to translate the everyday queries, worries, and interests of people about how to live a better life into concrete, scientific evidence that can really make our lives better.
As Director of SPRC, I invite you to join us in this exciting journey with our Stanford Health 4 All Seminars.”
John P.A. Ioannidis, MD, DSc
Director, Stanford Prevention Research Center
Seminar Speakers and Host
Lisa Rosas, PhD, MPH, Assistant Scientist, Palo Alto Medical Foundation Research Institute (PAMFRI); Consulting Assistant Professor, Stanford School of Medicine
Building and Nurturing Your Wellness Ecosystems
Marcia Stefanick, PhD, Professor of Medicine and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Stanford Prevention Research Center (SPRC)
Personal Wellness Across the Lifecourse
Why Sex and Gender Matter in Wellness
The Stanford Prevention Research Center (SPRC) and SPRC Education Programs
The Stanford Prevention Research Center (SPRC) Education Programs are anchored in the work of SPRC's faculty and scholars. They are renowned experts and world leaders in investigating ways to prevent disease and promote health. Their work is focused on identifying the most practical, science-based solutions for addressing some of society’s most pervasive—and preventable—health issues, such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension, and other chronic conditions and to raise the standards of scientific investigation that matter for health. SPRC investigators are collaborating on numerous, long-term projects designed to translate research into effective ways to promote well-being at every stage of life.
SPRC Education Programs include a Master of Science Program in Community Health and Prevention Research (CHPR), the Stanford Health 4 All Fellows Program, and the Stanford Health 4 All Seminar Series.