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Virtual Events

Join our health care experts for virtual wellness events and educational forums: 

Lung Cancer

The Future of Lung Cancer Prevention and Treatment

Pacific Northwest’s premier lung cancer experts right here at Swedish are shaping the future of lung cancer prevention and treatment. They discuss screening, as well as surgical and medical advances that could make a difference for you and your loved ones.

Heart & Vascular

The Future of Aortic Disease Treatment and Prevention

Telehealth and recent advancements are changing the way we prevent and care for aortic disease. Our leading experts at Swedish Heart & Vascular Institute, Greg Hayes, M.D., Patrick Ryan, M.D. and Samuel Youssef, M.D., discuss how we use more personalized, preventative and predictive care to keep patients with aortic disease healthy and out of the hospital.
 
Neuroscience

Center for Healthy Aging

Compassion and Mindfulness: Caring for a loved one with Dementia

Hear from Dr. Nancy Isenberg, Medical Director for the Swedish Center for Healthy Aging, as she has a candid conversation on caring for a loved one facing Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.  Dr. Isenberg addresses the challenges and rewards of caregiving, as well as providing tips for reducing stress and anxiety while promoting the health and well-being of you and your loved one.


Center for Healthy Aging
The Center for Healthy Aging, part of the Swedish Neuroscience Institute, offers comprehensive patient and family-centered care for the prevention, evaluation and treatment of cognitive disorders including Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. Through interdisciplinary and innovative care, we partner with you to develop a personalized evidence-based treatment plan.

View our video conversation, between Dr. James Bowen and Dr. Nancy Isenberg, regarding Swedish’s comprehensive clinic model and how it builds community, decreases isolation and helps patients live well while managing complex neurologic conditions.


Center for Healthy Aging
Research Update: The latest studies on preventing and slowing the progression of Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias

Neurologist Dr.  Nancy Isenberg, Medical Director for the Swedish Center for Healthy Aging, provides an overview of the latest research on Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, and what we now know about how to prevent or slow the progression of cognitive decline.


Center for Healthy Aging
The Seven Habits of Healthy Aging: A deep dive on lifestyle as medicine

Join Dr. Nancy Isenberg, Medical Director for the Swedish Center for Healthy Aging, for a discussion on the seven habits of healthy aging and the importance of lifestyle in optimizing brain function and preventing cognitive decline later in life.


Multiple Sclerosis Center
Swedish takes a comprehensive approach to treating multiple sclerosis. We move beyond the long list of physical and cognitive symptoms of MS to address the emotional, psychological and social needs that arise from this complicated disease and its impact on every aspect of a person’s life.

View our video conversation, between Dr. James Bowen and Dr. Nancy Isenberg, regarding Swedish’s comprehensive clinic model and how it builds community, decreases isolation and helps patients live well while managing complex neurologic conditions.

Patient Assistance & Support Services

Art Therapy
Art and music therapy helps patients reduce stress and anxiety, improves sleep and relaxation, and builds positive coping skills. Watch our video that provides an introduction to art therapy and guides us through an exercise aimed at helping adults deal with anxiety and stress.

Women’s Wellness

Women’s wellness: healthy aging

What does healthy aging mean to you — and what factors influence it? Our team of Swedish physicians understand that you want to take charge of your journey. Experts at Swedish discuss how improving your diet and levels of physical activity to getting health screenings and managing risk factors for disease — as well as how we plan to support you — can make a difference.

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Women’s wellness: heart health
Did you know that heart disease presents differently in women than it does in men? Join our heart health experts to learn about the risk factors women face as they age—and what you can do to reduce them.

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Women’s wellness: menopause
As women, we will all go through it, but often don’t know what to expect or how to manage the symptoms that can affect our quality of life. There is more we can do to support you through your menopause experience. Experts from Swedish talk about the treatment and lifestyle options that can ensure you have the tools and support you need to face this stage of life healthy and strong.

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