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  • – Cardinal at Work

    New training requirement for non-supervisors

    – Cardinal at Work

    New training requirement for non-supervisors

    Per California Senate Bill 1343, starting in 2020, all post docs and non-supervisory employees, including academic staff, other teaching titles and contingent staff will be required to complete Sexual Harassment Prevention Training every two years. The university is offering the option to complete the training this fall, which will fulfill the 2020 training requirements.

– Connected

New Stanford Medicine IT Group Launches

– Connected

New Stanford Medicine IT Group Launches

The School of Medicine Information Resources and Technology (IRT) team and the Stanford Health Care Information Technology (IT) team have come together to form Stanford Medicine Technology and Digital Solutions (TDS).

  • CCSG Application deadline Sept. 1

    Child Care Subsidy Grant Program provides grants to help eligible employees meet the cost of child care.

  • Health Improvement Program (HIP)

    HIP summer classes are still in session. Classes are STAP fund eligible. Register now.

  • Inside Stanford Medicine highlights drug for rheumatoid arthritis

    Rheumatoid arthritis patients who failed to get pain relief from existing therapies saw substantial improvement in a clinical trial of an experimental drug. In the Aug. 5 issue of Inside Stanford Medicine, read what the Stanford investigator who led the trial has to say.

  • – Stanford Children's Health

    Cardinal Kids Day Aug. 31

    Bay Area families are invited to enjoy free youth tickets when Cardinal football hosts Northwestern in its season opener on Saturday, August 31, at 1 p.m.

  • SRWC Tech Bar opens its doors

    Stanford Medicine opens its second Tech Bar with the debut of a drop in support option on the Stanford Redwood City campus.

  • – Stanford Medicine

    Medicine X Change Conference '19

    Patients, providers, researchers, designers and technologists will gather to discuss disruptive CHANGE in health care Sept. 20-22, at Li Ka Shing Learning and Knowledge Center.


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