Join Health Advocate for this discussion during National Depression Awareness Month to understand how to identify and cope with these challenges and how to seek help when needed.
Over the past 18 months, Health Advocate has explored a wide range of topics related to current events affecting employees and their family members. They are now providing access to their most popular archived webinars exploring strategies to support health and well-being during challenging times.
Learn how to reduce your risk of Type 2 diabetes. Diagnosis, lifestyle , medication management and avoiding the complications of diabetes will be discussed by UCLA Health endocrinologist Dr. Susan Ahern.
Geriatric assistant clinical professor in the UCLA Adult Gerontological Nurse Practitioner Program, NP Kemi Reeves, will present proactive ways to seek an Alzheimer’s diagnosis, current treatment and research, as well as caregiver resources.
How does what I eat affect my risk of cancer? One in three of us will be diagnosed with cancer during our lifetime so it is important to be aware of what is modifiable including diet and exercise.
Would it shock you to learn that millions of Americans to not have a primary care doctor? The importance of annual wellness physicals from a board-certified primary care doctor is one of the cornerstones of health and wellness. Family medicine physician Dr. Milica Simpson, from UCLA Health Malibu will highlight the details of an annual physical, what to look out for and what questions to ask. Additionally, she will explain the key role of a primary care doctor.
This webinar will cover attacker methods and motivation as well as how to "check the doors and windows are locked" on your home computer, network and remote work office. Three major topics are covered including: Home Cyber Security, Remote Work Cyber Security and Tools for Secure Remote work. The latter section will show you how simple it is to use our seven remote tools.
Are your family, friends, or co-workers stressing you out? Relationships that are meant to be sanctuaries can become sources of stress during difficult times. Join us to learn about the anatomy of relational stress and what you can do about it.
Pepperdine recognizes that many parents in our community continue to face significant adjustments as physical schools and child care resources remain limited or closed throughout the fall. In addition to opportunities previously shared with you and available on the Human Resources website, we hope the resources below are helpful in supporting you during this time.