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Living Healthy Seminar Series

A guide to the Living Healthy Seminar Series at the UIC College of Medicine at Peoria and related health resources.


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Living Healthy is a community education project that is presented free of charge as part of the Timothy W. and Katherine Altorfer Swain Endowed Lectureship in Community Health by the University of Illinois Regional Health Sciences Site in Peoria.

 University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria 

 UIC Library of the Health Sciences - Peoria

March 2020 Session Details

Picture of Dr. Daniel J SiegelAware: The Science and Practice of Presence
Presented by Daniel J. Siegel, MD

Dr. Siegel is an award-winning educator and New York Times best-selling author whose talk is the same title as his recent book in which he explores the science underlying the effectiveness of meditation as well as his own concept of the “Wheel of Awareness” as a tool for cultivating more focus, presence and peace in day-to-day life. Siegel received his medical degree from Harvard University and completed his postgraduate medical education at UCLA where he is currently Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and serves as Co-Director of Mindful Awareness Research Center.


Date: March 26

Time: 6:00 - 7:00pm

Location: Online Only

Parking available in the deck at OSF.

Register online at

or contact Kim Deets at 309.680.8613 or

Cost: Free


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