National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD) occurs every February 7 with inspirational stories of survivors, suggestions on how to make healthier, more positive lifestyle choices, and details on the latest innovations in education and treatment. NBHAAD speaks to the resilient spirit of strength, faith, and hope in the black community.

Congenital Heart Disease Awareness Week

Efforts with raising awareness for Congenital Heart Disease (CHD) to increase awareness among those who are unaware how detrimental and frequent CHD affect those in close proximity to us everyday.

National Toothache Day

National Toothache Day is celebrated throughout the world on February 9 to promote better dental hygiene. Like each year, various health organizations will host events inviting participants to play a part in this major drive.

Weekly Collaborative CoP Meeting

Zoom video-conference meeting using stakeholder input, CoP implements recommendations with the goal of transforming medical education that focus on LGBTQ, Homeless, and Migrant Farm Workers.

Aromantic Spectrum Awareness Week

Aromantics are people who do not experience romantic attraction. During the week, LGBTQ groups worldwide hold events to raise awareness of aromanticism and show support for people on the aromantic spectrum.