UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital's Community Outreach Program offers a range of classes and programs on detecting and preventing disease. Please sign up for classes in advance by clicking the link if available. For classes without links, email MageeOutreach@UPMC.edu or call 412-641-8996 to schedule.
Upon request — and based on availability — we also offer classes on special topics such as:
Being a teenager can be tough. Whether you're a teen or a parent, our registered nurse will help you learn all you can about teen health issues live over 6 weeks.
Whether you call it a blackhead, blemish, pimple, or zit, acne stinks! This skin problem starts when oil and dead skin cells clog up your pores. Learn ways to avoid breakouts.
Nicotine is among one of the most addictive drugs. Some teens show early signs of addiction within days to weeks after starting to smoke or vape.
Self-esteem is the core belief people have about themselves.
Healthy self-esteem helps a person:
Puberty is a time when bodies start changing to become more adult-like. Having a first period is one of these changes.
Stress is a fact of life. Although some stress is normal and even needed, too much of it can affect quality of life and health. There are simple things that can help relieve stress.
Teen dating abuse is a pattern of behavior one uses to control another person.
Teen dating violence is just as serious as adult domestic violence. And it's common. About two in 10 teen girls say they have been physically or sexually abused by a dating partner.