Health calendar (Jan. 21, 2014)

01/21/2014 12:00 AM

08/08/2014 10:21 AM

Check out a few upcoming events submitted to GO! Events, The Eagle’s online searchable calendar. Submit your event at Please select the category “health.”


CPR Class , 6 p.m., Wichita First Aid Training, 4601 E. Douglas. $25 Covers adult, child and infant CPR and the use of an automatic external defibrillator (AED). For parents, foster parents, lifeguards, teens and camp/youth staff. 316-747-9662

CPR for Infants and Children , 6:30-9:30 p.m., Wesley Medical Center’s Koch Learning Center, 550 N. Hillside. Prevent accidents by child-proofing your home and learn to deal with emergencies such as choking or difficulty breathing. $15 per person.

Moving Forward: Hip and Knee Replacement Seminar , 2 p.m., The Oxford Grand, 3051 N. Parkdale Circle. Free. What to expect before, during and after you have surgery at Wesley Medical Center. 316-962-6000


Pediatric First Aid & CPR Class , 9 a.m., Wichita First Aid Training, 4601 E. Douglas. $50. 316-747-9662

SB61: How Kansas Human Trafficking Legislation Has Changed the Face of Juveniles in Justice , 6 p.m., Wichita State University Campus Activities Center Theater, 1845 Fairmount. Free. Kansas policymakers come together for a roundtable conversation about Senate Bill SB61, which took effect Jan. 1. Moderated by Karen Countryman-Roswurm, with Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt.

Thursday, Jan. 30

Learn How to Get Your V.A. Benefits , 5 p.m., The Oxford Grand, 3051 N. Parkdale Circle. Free. Senior veterans and widows/widowers. 316-927-2007

Friday, Jan. 31

Alternative & Holistic Fair , Friday-Sunday, Best Western Wichita, 915 E. 53rd St. North. $3-$5.

TEAS Preparation Course , 9 a.m., Butler Community College-Andover, 715 E. 13th St. $30 per student. Prospective health care workers can prepare to take the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) exam, required for entrance into many programs such as nursing and dental hygiene. 10-week course. 316-322-3247

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