Celebrating the Life of Sid Lerner
The Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion was established in 2011 thanks to a generous gift from Sid and Helaine Lerner. After retiring from a successful career in advertising, Sid Lerner turned his attention to improving public health and launched the Monday Campaigns in the early-2000s to motivate people to view Monday as the day we collectively dedicate ourselves to better health. Please join us in celebrating Sid’s life and learning about his impactful contributions to public health.
Our interactive COVID-19 tracker for New York State counties shows daily case and death counts and rates since March 1, 2020. We also included our health risk index and testing data. The dashboard is updated weekly.
Healthy Monday Programs and Events
DeStress for Success
Feeling anxious, burnt out, or overwhelmed from the pandemic? Join us for DeStress for Success, a virtual workshop series on wellbeing. Learn ways to boost resilience, mindfulness, meaning, and connection. DeStress for Success is open to all SU and ESF students. See dates and more information here.
Falk Wellness Talks
Emotional Intelligence 1.0: Navigating the Negative
March 3, 2021: 6:30-7:15pm (with 15 minute Q&A after)
Feeling disappointed, defeated, or just plain “meh”? What if there was a way to not only recognize, but appreciate and redirect your negative emotions? This talk will dive into ways to notice, name, and navigate negative emotions. Walk away with skills to bounce back from bouts of negativity and foster a greater sense of self awareness.
Emotional Intelligence 2.0: Prioritizing the Positive
April 7, 2021: 6:30-7:15pm (with 15 minute Q&A after)
In a world where negativity is rampant (cue the news, social media, and…a pandemic!) it’s now more important than ever to cultivate positivity. Join us to explore the benefits of positive emotions and learn real time skills to feel good in your everyday life.
Here’s a bonus! You can replace one or two DeStress for Success sessions with these talks and still earn the Healthy Monday certificate.
Population Health Research Brief Series
- More Uncertainty Leads to Less Accuracy on Death Certificates for Adults with Intellectual Disability
- Stroke: Identifying Symptoms and Acting Fast to Save Lives and Prevent Permanent Disabilities
- The Public Good, Bad Policies, and Tough Times: When Profit and Public Interests Collide
- Oral Health Is Important, but How Important?
- Unmet Needs are Associated with Increased Stress and Poor Physical and Mental Health in Early Adulthood
- Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Development Increased Income for Rural Pennsylvania Families, but Youth Obesity Rates Remained High
- Area Agencies on Aging Provide Crucial Support for Older New Yorkers During COVID-19
- Wastewater Testing Shows that Pharmaceutical and Illicit Drug Use are Higher in Places where COVID-19 is More Prevalent
- Expanding Public Insurance Eligibility Increases Substance Use Treatment Provider Acceptance of Public Insurance and Increases Adolescent Access to Treatment
- Anxious Times and Anxiety Drugs