The ‘brilliance of resilience’: Healthy ways to cope with stress
Learn more at Geisinger Commonwealth’s Resilience Colloquium 2023
SCRANTON – Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine will explore ways to help the entire community build the critical skill of resilience at its Saturday, April 22, Resilience Colloquium 2023: The Brilliance of Resilience.
Educators and members of the public will gather to explore questions such as:
• How does resilience apply to individuals, populations and communities?
• What are its characteristics?
• Can building resilience be a biological, psychological and economic engine for people and communities?
• Can NEPA become a community of resilience?
Those interested in examining ways the community can work together to build a more resilient — and healthier — population can join the free event from 7:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, 525 Pine St., Scranton. Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be provided. RSVP: go.geisinger.edu/resilience by April 10.
Keynote speakers and topics include:
• Ann Masten, PhD, University of Minnesota: Multisystem Resilience
• Mark Holder, PhD, University of British Columbia: Resilience & Wellness
• Scott Russo, PhD, Mount Sinai School of Medicine: The Neuroscience of Resilience
• Paolo Bocchini, PhD, Lehigh University: The Civil Engineering of Resilience
• Sharon Larson, PhD, Thomas Jefferson University: Population Health & Resilience
About Geisinger College of Health Sciences
Geisinger College of Health Sciences is the research and education arm of the Geisinger family. The college houses Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, Geisinger School of Nursing and Geisinger School of Graduate Education. The college is committed to non-discrimination in all employment and educational opportunities.
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