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December 01, 2003

Health care seminar


Health care professionals are invited to a day-long seminar sponsored by Hagerstown Community College Center for Continuing Education, in cooperation with Behavioral Health Services of Washington County, Brook Lane Health Services, and Washington County Mental Health Authority Inc. The seminar, entitled "The Many Faces of Anger - Psychology, Physiology, Pathology," will take place from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, at Robinwood Medical Campus, Room 142.

Speakers include:

  • Dr. Joseph Jurand, staff psychiatrist with Behavioral Health Services of Washington County. Jurand is board certified and licensed in Maryland, West Virginia and Washington, D.C.

  • Dr. Maxcine Maxfield is nationally recognized for her powerful and engaging presentations. Maxfield is certified by American Nursing Association as a clinical specialist in adult psychiatric and mental health nursing and is trained as a grievance presenter and forensic examiner.

  • Simone Heurich is certified to teach the Anusara style of Hatha yoga and is a certified Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy practitioner. Heurich is an instructor at Hagerstown Community College and has a studio in Smithsburg.

  • The Rev. William Hall Harter is the author of a number of articles and reviews dealing with Jewish-Christian relations, anti-Semitism and Middle Eastern affairs. Harter will soon be making his 37th visit to the Middle East to participate in a fact-finding meeting with Israeli and Palestinian political and religious leaders.


For information on the seminar or credit hours, call 301-790-2800, ext. 454. To register, call 301-790-2800, ext. 236, or print out a registration form at www.hagerstowncc.edu/coned/register and reference course No. NRS065A.

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Health testing


The community is invited to St. Mary's Catholic Church Fatima Hall, 224 W. Washington St., Hagerstown, at 9 a.m. Monday, Dec. 8, for health tests.

Find out your risk for a stroke by having a stroke screening. The screening uses painless ultrasound technology to examine the carotid arteries in your neck for plaque build up, which can lead to a stroke. Health care providers will also offer an ultrasound test that looks for abdominal aneurysms on the aorta of the abdomen, a screening for poor leg circulation and an osteoporosis bone density test for men and women. The screenings are available for a minimal charge.

The results will be given directly to you and you are referred back to your own doctor.

Call 1-800-446-0925 for an appointment or information. Registration is limited to 50 people.

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