The Let’s Talk Community Lecture Series

Our lecture series is uniquely created and presented by nationally renowned physicians, researchers and experts. Join us in a casual setting for tailored talks featuring evidence-based information on health issues that matter most to women and their families.



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Protect Your Heart: The Ins and Outs of Stroke, Cardiac Arrhythmias, and the Connection between Mental Health and Cardiovascular Health

Join us during heart health month for our Let's Talk: Conversations about Women's Health program as experts from the CU Anschutz Medical Campus will discuss cardiovascular health. You will gain valuable knowledge about how stroke and cardiac arrhythmias differ between the sexes and how taking care of your mental health can promote heart health. 

Wednesday, February 9, 2022 at 6 p.m. MT

Continue Your Learning

Learning doesn't end at our events. Additional resources can be found below to help keep you healthy and informed.

Resources from Past Let's Talk Lectures

Stress and Self Care

Celiac Disease Resources

Rocky Mountain Multiple Sclerosis Center

National MS Society

Rheumatoid Arthritis Resources

My PCOS Diagnosis Information

PCOS Goals Sheet

Light of Life Foundation

Hormone Health Network

American Thyroid Association

Thyroid Cancer Survivors' Association, Inc.

American Migraine Foundation

American Headache Society

Migraine Research Foundation

CU Alzheimer's and Cognition Center

Alzheimer's Association

Parkinson Association of the Rockies

Lewy Body Dementia Association

If you are in need of a mental health consultation, please call:

  • Primary care provider and ask for referrals
  • Women's Behavioral Health & Wellness Outpatient Program (303) 724-1646
  • UCH-Department of Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic (303) 724-1000
  • Department of Psychiatry Faculty Practice (303) 724-4987
  • Student & Resident Mental Health (303) 724-4716
  • Insurance company behavioral health referral
  • Colorado Crisis Hotline (844) 493-8255

Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans

Fun & Free Online Fitness Classes

Healthy Living Fitness Tips

Low Impact Exercise for Older Adults

CDC Guidance on COVID-19

Aim for a Healthy Weight - Calculate Your Body Mass Index (BMI)

Office on Women's Health - Heart Disease Information for Women

FDA Proposes Sunscreen Regulation Changes

American Academy of Dermatology: Info about Skin and Skin Diseases

Sunscreen Resource Center

Easily Find Products Safe for Your Particular Skin Allergies or Sensitivities

ASPREE Clinical Trial of Aspirin in Older Adults

American Heart Association 2019 Guidelines for Cardiovascular Prevention

United Services Preventive Task Force Evidence Statement for Use of Aspirin for Primary Prevention, 2016

Is it a Springtime Allergy or Cold?