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A project at OHSU addresses the opioid epidemic through an innovative approach. Known as Project IMPACT, or the Improving Addiction Care Team, the program brings together physicians, social workers, peer-recovery mentors and community addiction providers to tackle the root causes of addiction when patients are admitted to the hospital for conditions such as endocarditis or severe joint or spinal infections related to their addiction.
Program director Honora Englander, M.D., an associate professor of medicine in the OHSU School of Medicine; peer-recovery counselor O’Nesha Cochran; and Melissa Weimer, D.O., an adjunct professor of medicine at OHSU, describe how the program works in this video.
A community of healers, OHSU has embraced the opportunity to change the current narrative and promote healing and hope in a time of fear and uncertainty. Just as Dr. King did, OHSU believes in respect for all and stands firm in its commitment to equity and inclusion.
OHSU has long been defined by its ability to create and grow partnerships. Whether those are collaborations between researchers on opposite sides of the globe or with community organizations close by, partnerships are crucial to OHSU’s ability to teach, heal and discover.
OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital is the first hospital in the Pacific Northwest to earn dual verifications for trauma and surgery from the American College of Surgeons. (OHSU)
B-roll footage of surgery for Caspian Soto. Soto is among the first in Oregon to have a new treatment for a rare, blindness-causing genetic mutation. (OHSU/Kristyna Wentz-Graff)
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