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Joe E. Ness, M.H.A., ., has been appointed the new senior vice president and chief operating officer of OHSU Healthcare
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OHSU Knight Sep 19
Dr. Brian Druker, Director of OHSU Knight Cancer Institute, discusses his motivation to study cancer, what it takes to reach a breakthrough, and how technology is helping shape the future of cancer therapy. Watch the interview: ()
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OHSU News Sep 19
We are thrilled to announce that the OHSU Center for Ethics in Health Care has received a five-year, $1M endowment grant from the Storms Family Foundation to expand the Program in Compassionate Communication.
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OHSU News Sep 19
We are pleased to welcome Dr. Deborah Prothrow-Stith - a leader in public health and gun violence prevention - for the inaugural Sarah Anne and Erin Ford Braner Endowment and Lectureship, focused on youth gun violence prevention. Please join us on 9/28:
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OHSU News Sep 19
Hi, Briana. There are a lot of products out there – one that our Tom Sargent Safety Center trusts is , available here: . Hope that helps!
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OR Health Authority Sep 19
are doing amazing things through Project Nurture. Thank you for your work on this inspiring and innovative program.
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Ted Wheeler Sep 19
Last week City Council authorized a development agreement between the City, and , , and for the creation of a new Portland education and economic development center.
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NBC Left Field Sep 18
This is Amarii & his mom Andrea. She was hooked on heroin and meth for 6 years before she found a pilot program using medication assisted treatment & therapy for pregnant mothers w/ opioid use disorder. We visited them in Portland to learn more
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OHSU News Sep 18
Psychiatrist explains his recent into using social media to proactively reach at-risk military veterans. (via )
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OHSU News Sep 17
"I view infant walkers as inherently dangerous objects that have no benefit whatsoever and should not be sold in the U.S." –, Medical Director of our Tom Sargent Safety Center
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Ryan K. Louie, MD, PhD Sep 17
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OHSU News Sep 17
ICYMI “I think health care institutions will begin to recognize that providing safe and productive workplaces sets us up to provide the high-quality care our patients expect.” Scientific institutions continue to lag behind the movement
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OHSU News Sep 16
How much of a difference can palliative care make in the lives of terminally ill patients? Using Palliative Care to Improve Lung Cancer Outcomes in Veterans at Risk of Suicide:
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OHSU News Sep 16
Before the Starr-Edwards valve, no patient lived longer than three months after valve-replacement attempts. Afterward, people lived decades. A look back, and ahead, at Oregon Innovators, including Institute's Dr. Albert Starr ()
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OHSU News Sep 15
"Today, two major trends are driving profound change in epilepsy surgery." Read more from Dr. : The Changing Face of Pediatric Epilepsy Surgery
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OHSU News Sep 15
Registration is now open for the annual Symposium: From Research to Recovery on September 21-22. Learn about the neuroscience research of concussion and recovery as well as the latest evaluation techniques and treatments for .
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OHSU News Sep 14
When she dropped out of high school at 16 to care for her ill grandmother, Kelly Soto didn’t realize the experience of ushering her grandmother to medical appointments would lead to a career.
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Western Oregon Univ. Sep 14
We're so excited to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the OHSU School of Nursing Monmouth campus today! We found some photos from 's celebration when it opened here in 2008, and a photo of the first cohort of nursing students.
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OHSU News Sep 14
"Because not all school-age children will need a complete eye examination, photoscreening is a cost-effective method for identifying those who do." Guest blog for on the OHSU Oregon Elks Children's Eye Clinic's use of photoscreening:
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OHSU News Sep 13
“An effective way to limit the risk of suicide in the home is to adopt a secure lockbox for medications and firearms, two of the leading mechanisms of suicide in the U.S.”
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