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  • Interview our Employees

    Help CMMB interview our employee for our annual Employee Service Award Program. We are looking to interview our staff that will be celebrating their milestone anniversaries with us this December.

    Are you a people person? Or do you find people are always opening up to you about their personal life. We are looking for you and could use your helo to get the stories of our employees and what they have enjoyed most about their time with CMMB. This is a short project and should take approximately two - three days to complete. We would like to start this on December 2nd.

    Ends November 30, 2015, 5:15 PM

  • Fun and energetic leaders needed for Santa Speedo Run!

    Chicago, IL, US Chicago Diabetes Project

    Fun and energetic leaders are needed to volunteer at this year's Chicago Santa Speedo Run (

    • Pace leaders: volunteers will help keep runners at a slow jogging pace - this isn't a race but more of a see-and-be-seen run to raise awareness for diabetes. At each stoplight pace leaders will also lead the runners in jumping jacks and push-ups to stay warm!
    • Registration/check-in: check runners in and help pass out runner bibs
    • Raffle: promote top raffle items and sell raffle tickets
    • Banner holders: we will have two 8-foot long banners with the "Chicago Diabetes Project" logo. We will need two runners to hold banners through the one-mile run.

    The Santa Speedo Run was brought to Chicago by a group of Boston speedo enthusiasts. The event started with a small group but this year nearly 250 runners are expected to run down Michigan Avenue in speedos, swimsuits and holiday costumes to raise awarenss for diabetes and the Chicago Diabetes Project.

    Ends December 1, 2015, 6:00 AM

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  • More than Pretty Faces and MiniSkirts: Division I Sport Hostesses Experiences

    Chicago, IL, US Adler University

    Join us for a presentation by Dr. Tanya Prewitt-White, Core Faculty in the Sport and Health Psychology program, as she presents her research with Sport Hostesses. She will highlight recruiting culture in Division I athletics and how it intersects with gender, race, and power. Following the presentation will be a facilitated Q&A.

    Starts November 30, 2015, 6:00 PM

  • LARCs and More: A Comprehensive Contraceptive Update - Live Webinar with FREE CEUs


    Erin Saleeby, MD, MPH, Medical Director, California Family Health Council and Director of Women's Health Programs and Innovation for LA County Department of Health Services


    This webinar will review the latest developments in contraceptive practice, including a description of the available FDA-approved methods and emergency contraception. The discussion will include strategies for applying the latest evidence-based recommendations for contraceptive management across all tiers of effectiveness and will consider factors that affect contraceptive efficacy in certain patients.

    Techniques for utilizing the U.S. Medical Eligibility Criteria (MEC) and the Selected Practice Recommendations for Contraceptive Use will also be discussed and how these tools can facilitate shared decision making that helps women choose the best contraceptive method for them to reduce unintended or unplanned pregnancy.

    Register NOW!

    After attending participants will be able to:

    • Describe the benefits, risks, and side effects of the available contraceptive methods
    • Utilize a tiered effectiveness counseling approach to introduce patients to all of their contraceptive options in a time-sensitive manner
    • Utilize the U.S. Medical Eligibility Criteria (MEC) and the Selected Practice Recommendations for Contraceptive Use to assist women with specific medical conditions in choosing an appropriate contraceptive option

    Register Now

    Includes FREE CEUs (CME, Nursing, CHES, LCSW).

    Starts November 30, 2015, 8:00 PM

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