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Bringing our community health event to you

May 10 - 15 | Register today!

Health Matters 2021 has been reimagined—both to keep you safe and to ensure that your continued good health remains a priority. While we are unable to welcome you to the Stanford campus this spring, we invite you to explore your health in our six-day virtual community health event. Health Matters 2021 is online, free, and open to everyone.

Take advantage of all that Health Matters 2021 offers—Health Talks, interactive Health Hub, Med School Morning, cooking and fitness demos, health resources, and more. Engage online during the event or share socially with #healthmatters2021 to be eligible for exciting prize drawings.

Just added! Keynote conversations with Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr and Best-Selling Author Kelly McGonigal, PhD

On May 11, join School of Medicine Dean Lloyd Minor for a conversation with Head Coach Steve Kerr about their shared passion for inspiring high-performance teams and keeping their organizations, communities, and themselves healthy.

On May 14, join Stanford Medicine Community Council member Kori Shaw for a discussion with Oprah O! Visionary and lecturer Kelly McGonigal who will share her neuroscience- and psychology-based insights for moving forward beyond COVID-19 with courage, hope, and self-compassion.

Health Talks

Join Stanford Medicine faculty for Health Talks on topics of interest to our local, national, and global communities—Asian health, the microbiome, diabetes, genome sequencing, and impactful global health policy—each followed by a live Q&A with the featured speaker.

Health Hub

Visit our virtual Health Hub and explore science-based resources for lifelong wellness—mind and body fitness and yoga classes, cooking demonstrations, podcasts, community resources from Stanford Health Care, health facts quizzes, medical insights, and more—all from the convenience of your own home.

Med School Morning

High school students interested in careers in medicine are invited to join Stanford University School of Medicine Associate Dean of Admissions Iris Gibbs, MD, for an inside look at what it takes to become a physician, research scientist, or advance practice provider.

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