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Events 2017-05-28T11:29:42+00:00



Events




  • August 30, 2017. 10:00 am - 11:00 am.

    Education Series

    Reducing transfusion complications and other surveillance-supported efforts in hemoglobin disorders

    Oakland

    The California Rare Disease Surveillance Program invites you to attend a webinar, “Reducing transfusion complications and other surveillance-supported efforts in hemoglobin disorders,” on Wednesday, August 30, 2017, from 10-11 am PDT (1-2 pm EDT).

    The webinar will be given by the following presenters:

    * Angela Snyder, PhD, MPH, an associate research professor in the Department of Public Management and Policy at Georgia State University and the director of health policy and financing at the Georgia Health Policy Center;

    * Jane Branscomb, MPH, a senior research associate at the Georgia Health Policy Center; and

    * Ross Fasano, MD, the director of aphaeresis and a pediatric hematologist at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and assistant professor in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine.

    Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5418365096623507202

    The agenda will include a brief update on the Sickle Cell Data Collection Program (the host of the webinar).




  • September 7, 2017. 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Los Angeles

    Los Angeles

    For directions or parking information for any of the support groups, or for more information, email info@cayennewellness.org or call 818.940.0079. The Sickle Cell Adult Support Group of Southern California’s mission is to offer educational material and wellness resources to help those adults with sickle cell manage their disease – to achieve the highest quality of life. We are dedicated to bringing support to those who live with sickle cell disease. We believe that support is essential to the health and well being of anyone living with sickle cell disease. Please join us!

     

    For more information contact Cassie Woods at (818)840-9484 or Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408




  • September 8, 2017. 12:00 am - 11:59 pm.

    Education Series, Community

    9th Annual Sickle Cell Disease Educational Seminar—A Race for the Cure

    Madera

    Cayenne Wellness Center’s annual educational seminar will be held for the ninth time in Central California at Valley Children’s Hospital located in Madera, CA. The seminar is intended to inform California physicians, nurses, patients, patient caregivers, patient advocates, and community members on the latest curatives and treatments in sickle cell disease.
    Tickets available at www.Cayennewellness.org/scdseminar

    9th Annual SCD Educational Seminar flyer




  • September 12, 2017. 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Lancaster

    Lancaster

    For directions or parking information for any of the support groups, or for more information, email info@cayennewellness.org or call 818.940.0079. The Sickle Cell Adult Support Group of Southern California’s mission is to offer educational material and wellness resources to help those adults with sickle cell manage their disease – to achieve the highest quality of life. We are dedicated to bringing support to those who live with sickle cell disease. We believe that support is essential to the health and well being of anyone living with sickle cell disease. Please join us!

     

    For more information contact Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408 or Victoria Yates at (616)949-5408




  • September 14, 2017. 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Loma Linda

    Loma Linda

    For directions or parking information for any of the support groups, or for more information, email info@cayennewellness.org or call 818.940.0079. The Sickle Cell Adult Support Group of Southern California’s mission is to offer educational material and wellness resources to help those adults with sickle cell manage their disease – to achieve the highest quality of life. We are dedicated to bringing support to those who live with sickle cell disease. We believe that support is essential to the health and well being of anyone living with sickle cell disease. Please join us!

    For more information contact Cassie Woods at (818)840-9484 or Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408




  • September 21, 2017. 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Fresno

    Fresno

    For directions or parking information for any of the support groups, or for more information, email info@cayennewellness.org or call 818.940.0079. The Sickle Cell Adult Support Group of Southern California’s mission is to offer educational material and wellness resources to help those adults with sickle cell manage their disease – to achieve the highest quality of life. We are dedicated to bringing support to those who live with sickle cell disease. We believe that support is essential to the health and well being of anyone living with sickle cell disease. Please join us!

     

    For more information contact Cassie Woods at (818)840-9484 or Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408




  • September 22, 2017. 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Fresno

    Fresno

    For more information contact Bethany at (818)840-9484 or Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408




  • October 5, 2017. 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Los Angeles

    Los Angeles

    For directions or parking information for any of the support groups, or for more information, email info@cayennewellness.org or call 818.940.0079. The Sickle Cell Adult Support Group of Southern California’s mission is to offer educational material and wellness resources to help those adults with sickle cell manage their disease – to achieve the highest quality of life. We are dedicated to bringing support to those who live with sickle cell disease. We believe that support is essential to the health and well being of anyone living with sickle cell disease. Please join us!

     

    For more information contact Cassie Woods at (818)840-9484 or Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408




  • October 10, 2017. 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Lancaster

    Lancaster

    For directions or parking information for any of the support groups, or for more information, email info@cayennewellness.org or call 818.940.0079. The Sickle Cell Adult Support Group of Southern California’s mission is to offer educational material and wellness resources to help those adults with sickle cell manage their disease – to achieve the highest quality of life. We are dedicated to bringing support to those who live with sickle cell disease. We believe that support is essential to the health and well being of anyone living with sickle cell disease. Please join us!

     

    For more information contact Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408 or Victoria Yates at (616)949-5408




  • October 12, 2017. 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Loma Linda

    Loma Linda

    For directions or parking information for any of the support groups, or for more information, email info@cayennewellness.org or call 818.940.0079. The Sickle Cell Adult Support Group of Southern California’s mission is to offer educational material and wellness resources to help those adults with sickle cell manage their disease – to achieve the highest quality of life. We are dedicated to bringing support to those who live with sickle cell disease. We believe that support is essential to the health and well being of anyone living with sickle cell disease. Please join us!

    For more information contact Cassie Woods at (818)840-9484 or Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408




  • October 19, 2017. 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Fresno

    Fresno

    For directions or parking information for any of the support groups, or for more information, email info@cayennewellness.org or call 818.940.0079. The Sickle Cell Adult Support Group of Southern California’s mission is to offer educational material and wellness resources to help those adults with sickle cell manage their disease – to achieve the highest quality of life. We are dedicated to bringing support to those who live with sickle cell disease. We believe that support is essential to the health and well being of anyone living with sickle cell disease. Please join us!

     

    For more information contact Cassie Woods at (818)840-9484 or Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408




  • November 2, 2017. 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Los Angeles

    Los Angeles

    For directions or parking information for any of the support groups, or for more information, email info@cayennewellness.org or call 818.940.0079. The Sickle Cell Adult Support Group of Southern California’s mission is to offer educational material and wellness resources to help those adults with sickle cell manage their disease – to achieve the highest quality of life. We are dedicated to bringing support to those who live with sickle cell disease. We believe that support is essential to the health and well being of anyone living with sickle cell disease. Please join us!

     

    For more information contact Cassie Woods at (818)840-9484 or Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408




  • November 9, 2017. 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Loma Linda

    Loma Linda

    For directions or parking information for any of the support groups, or for more information, email info@cayennewellness.org or call 818.940.0079. The Sickle Cell Adult Support Group of Southern California’s mission is to offer educational material and wellness resources to help those adults with sickle cell manage their disease – to achieve the highest quality of life. We are dedicated to bringing support to those who live with sickle cell disease. We believe that support is essential to the health and well being of anyone living with sickle cell disease. Please join us!

    For more information contact Cassie Woods at (818)840-9484 or Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408




  • November 14, 2017. 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Lancaster

    Lancaster

    For directions or parking information for any of the support groups, or for more information, email info@cayennewellness.org or call 818.940.0079. The Sickle Cell Adult Support Group of Southern California’s mission is to offer educational material and wellness resources to help those adults with sickle cell manage their disease – to achieve the highest quality of life. We are dedicated to bringing support to those who live with sickle cell disease. We believe that support is essential to the health and well being of anyone living with sickle cell disease. Please join us!

     

    For more information contact Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408 or Victoria Yates at (616)949-5408




  • November 16, 2017. 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Fresno

    Fresno

    For directions or parking information for any of the support groups, or for more information, email info@cayennewellness.org or call 818.940.0079. The Sickle Cell Adult Support Group of Southern California’s mission is to offer educational material and wellness resources to help those adults with sickle cell manage their disease – to achieve the highest quality of life. We are dedicated to bringing support to those who live with sickle cell disease. We believe that support is essential to the health and well being of anyone living with sickle cell disease. Please join us!

     

    For more information contact Cassie Woods at (818)840-9484 or Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408




  • December 2, 2017. 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Fresno

    Fresno

    For more information contact Bethany at (818) 840-9484 or Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818) 731-5408




  • December 7, 2017. 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Los Angeles

    Los Angeles

    For directions or parking information for any of the support groups, or for more information, email info@cayennewellness.org or call 818.940.0079. The Sickle Cell Adult Support Group of Southern California’s mission is to offer educational material and wellness resources to help those adults with sickle cell manage their disease – to achieve the highest quality of life. We are dedicated to bringing support to those who live with sickle cell disease. We believe that support is essential to the health and well being of anyone living with sickle cell disease. Please join us!

     

    For more information contact Cassie Woods at (818)840-9484 or Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408




  • December 12, 2017. 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Lancaster

    Lancaster

    For directions or parking information for any of the support groups, or for more information, email info@cayennewellness.org or call 818.940.0079. The Sickle Cell Adult Support Group of Southern California’s mission is to offer educational material and wellness resources to help those adults with sickle cell manage their disease – to achieve the highest quality of life. We are dedicated to bringing support to those who live with sickle cell disease. We believe that support is essential to the health and well being of anyone living with sickle cell disease. Please join us!

     

    For more information contact Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408 or Victoria Yates at (616)949-5408




  • December 14, 2017. 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Loma Linda

    Loma Linda

    For directions or parking information for any of the support groups, or for more information, email info@cayennewellness.org or call 818.940.0079. The Sickle Cell Adult Support Group of Southern California’s mission is to offer educational material and wellness resources to help those adults with sickle cell manage their disease – to achieve the highest quality of life. We are dedicated to bringing support to those who live with sickle cell disease. We believe that support is essential to the health and well being of anyone living with sickle cell disease. Please join us!

    For more information contact Cassie Woods at (818)840-9484 or Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408




  • December 21, 2017. 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm.

    Support Group Meeting

    Cayenne Wellness Center – Fresno

    Fresno

    For directions or parking information for any of the support groups, or for more information, email info@cayennewellness.org or call 818.940.0079. The Sickle Cell Adult Support Group of Southern California’s mission is to offer educational material and wellness resources to help those adults with sickle cell manage their disease – to achieve the highest quality of life. We are dedicated to bringing support to those who live with sickle cell disease. We believe that support is essential to the health and well being of anyone living with sickle cell disease. Please join us!

     

    For more information contact Cassie Woods at (818)840-9484 or Dr. Carolyn Rowley at (818)731-5408




  • June 19, 2018. 12:00 am - 11:59 pm.

    Community

    World Sickle Cell Day – Worldwide

    World Sickle Cell Day commemorates the day on which the General Assembly of the United Nations officially adopted a resolution recognizing sickle cell disease as a global health concern. Sickle cell disease affects millions of children and adults around the world. Sickle cell disease can be life threatening and is recognized as, in fact, one of the main causes of premature death for children under the age of five in Africa. In the U.S. sickle cell disease can negatively impact quality of life for both individuals affected and their family members. But individuals with sickle cell disease can thrive, as well, in the face of so many obstacles.

    The Sickle Cell Center at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland honors the people with sickle cell disease, their families, and communities that we serve. We are a Center of Excellence in the provision of comprehensive care, in innovative research and in our focus to improve the lives of people with sickle cell disease both nationally and internationally.




  • June 19, 2019. 12:00 am - 11:59 pm.

    Community

    World Sickle Cell Day – Worldwide

    World Sickle Cell Day commemorates the day on which the General Assembly of the United Nations officially adopted a resolution recognizing sickle cell disease as a global health concern. Sickle cell disease affects millions of children and adults around the world. Sickle cell disease can be life threatening and is recognized as, in fact, one of the main causes of premature death for children under the age of five in Africa. In the U.S. sickle cell disease can negatively impact quality of life for both individuals affected and their family members. But individuals with sickle cell disease can thrive, as well, in the face of so many obstacles.

    The Sickle Cell Center at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland honors the people with sickle cell disease, their families, and communities that we serve. We are a Center of Excellence in the provision of comprehensive care, in innovative research and in our focus to improve the lives of people with sickle cell disease both nationally and internationally.




  • June 19, 2020. 12:00 am - 11:59 pm.

    Community

    World Sickle Cell Day – Worldwide

    World Sickle Cell Day commemorates the day on which the General Assembly of the United Nations officially adopted a resolution recognizing sickle cell disease as a global health concern. Sickle cell disease affects millions of children and adults around the world. Sickle cell disease can be life threatening and is recognized as, in fact, one of the main causes of premature death for children under the age of five in Africa. In the U.S. sickle cell disease can negatively impact quality of life for both individuals affected and their family members. But individuals with sickle cell disease can thrive, as well, in the face of so many obstacles.

    The Sickle Cell Center at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland honors the people with sickle cell disease, their families, and communities that we serve. We are a Center of Excellence in the provision of comprehensive care, in innovative research and in our focus to improve the lives of people with sickle cell disease both nationally and internationally.




  • June 19, 2021. 12:00 am - 11:59 pm.

    Community

    World Sickle Cell Day – Worldwide

    World Sickle Cell Day commemorates the day on which the General Assembly of the United Nations officially adopted a resolution recognizing sickle cell disease as a global health concern. Sickle cell disease affects millions of children and adults around the world. Sickle cell disease can be life threatening and is recognized as, in fact, one of the main causes of premature death for children under the age of five in Africa. In the U.S. sickle cell disease can negatively impact quality of life for both individuals affected and their family members. But individuals with sickle cell disease can thrive, as well, in the face of so many obstacles.

    The Sickle Cell Center at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland honors the people with sickle cell disease, their families, and communities that we serve. We are a Center of Excellence in the provision of comprehensive care, in innovative research and in our focus to improve the lives of people with sickle cell disease both nationally and internationally.




  • June 19, 2022. 12:00 am - 11:59 pm.

    Community

    World Sickle Cell Day – Worldwide

    World Sickle Cell Day commemorates the day on which the General Assembly of the United Nations officially adopted a resolution recognizing sickle cell disease as a global health concern. Sickle cell disease affects millions of children and adults around the world. Sickle cell disease can be life threatening and is recognized as, in fact, one of the main causes of premature death for children under the age of five in Africa. In the U.S. sickle cell disease can negatively impact quality of life for both individuals affected and their family members. But individuals with sickle cell disease can thrive, as well, in the face of so many obstacles.

    The Sickle Cell Center at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland honors the people with sickle cell disease, their families, and communities that we serve. We are a Center of Excellence in the provision of comprehensive care, in innovative research and in our focus to improve the lives of people with sickle cell disease both nationally and internationally.