A new study makes a business case for establishing an in-hospital intervention program for patients affected by substance use disorder.
Health care and community leaders discussed issues critical to women and children in Oregon, including the possible repeal of the Affordable Care Act and a looming state budget shortfall.
More than 1,400 individuals currently volunteer their time in support of OHSU’s health care, education and research missions.
May 20: Ask any skin question, see a photo tribute, walk to raise awareness at OHSU’s 2017 'War on Skin Cancer Event'
A free War on Skin Cancer Event at OHSU gives attendees the chance to talk with experts, participate in fundraising, evaluate potential risk for melanoma, and more.
The Doernbecher Children’s Hospital Foundation and Nike will present “Doernbecher Freestyle: Designing for Kicks” a Design Week Portland panel discussion that will reunite Doernbecher patient-designers with their Nike design teams to talk about how they worked together toward a common goal: helping kids.
In advance of the “March for Science” April 22, OHSU employees launched a letter-writing campaign directed to Oregon’s congressional delegation about a proposed 18 percent cut to the National Institutes of Health budget.
“Skin Cancer: The silent killer of Central Oregon,” a Public Health Portland Style forum, will take place Thursday, April 20, at 5:30 p.m. at the Lucky Lab, 1945 N.W. Quimby Street in Portland. The event is free and people of all ages are welcome.
William Hersh, M.D., plans to participate in Portland’s March for Science Saturday, April 22, to champion the scientific enterprise and advocate for continued federal funding.
A study published in the journal Circulation shows that injecting microbubbles into the blood streams of mice and human subjects and then performing an ultrasound on a leg can increase blood flow, which could promote healing and save limbs from amputation.
OHSU and Portland State University invite individuals and families to a community forum, "Transforming pain into power: Equipping a community to address the impacts of gun violence."