Willscott Naugler, M.D. and Susan Orloff, M.D., co-author a JAMA Surgery commentary that calls for a more comprehensive approach to fixing inequities in organ allocation.
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Yen Pham, R.Ph., BS, MBA, says: “Be calm, be transparent with your staff, constantly communicate, and anticipate the worst-case scenario.”
Inspired by Nike’s commitment to the community, apparel manufacturer Ma JianRong donates $500,000 to OHSU’s pandemic response.
KOIN-TV highlights the generosity of Phu Nguyen, a local restaurant owner who supplies meals to health care works at OHSU and other area hospitals.
A new study, led by Maria Rodriguez, M.D., M.P.H., says that pharmacist prescribed birth control is associated with higher rates of long-term use, particularly among younger and underinsured women.
Mark Slifka, Ph.D., comments on a Mount Sinai Hospital study that says blood plasma transfusions from recovered patients could improve COVID-19 survival rates.
Judy Guzman-Cottrill, D.O., talks about how to balance the risk of COVID-19 infection with summer activities.
An opinion article, written by Rebecca Spain, M.D., urges Oregon state officials to consider a Medicaid for All resolution.
Esther Choo, M.D., chats about the pandemic, PPE and more.
OHSU researchers contribute to a new study, published in the journal Science, that shows rhesus macaques infected with the novel coronavirus later developed immunity from reinfection.
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