Although a fictional story, the television series "13 Reasons Why" focuses on very real issues that affect youth and young adults. The show's graphic depiction of the traumatic life events that led to the suicide of a young woman may have already adversely affected Oregon's youth.
May 12: More than 500 local students to participate in annual candlelight procession in celebration of OHSU Doernbecher
On Friday, May 12, hundreds of these students will participate in the 26th annual Kids Making Miracles candlelight procession to commemorate a successful fundraising year.
OHSU’s Zach Harris and Andrew Watson among Portland Business Journal’s 2017 ‘Forty under 40’ awardees
Portland Business Journal names their 2017 'Forty under 40.'
Katharine Zuckerman, M.D., M.P.H., splits her time seeing young patients at OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital and researching the relationships between health care disparities and early childhood development.
Data suggests the most effective interventions for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, or ASD, should access therapies offered at school and in health care settings.
Sarah Feldstein Ewing, Ph.D. is researching ways to improve treatment approaches tailored specifically for teens by analyzing how adolescent brains respond to therapist language.
More than 1,400 individuals currently volunteer their time in support of OHSU’s health care, education and research missions.
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.
Nearly everyone has interacted with a doctor at some point in their lives. March 30, National Doctors’ Day, is a time to thank those who work to keep us healthy and have dedicated themselves to serving their communities.
Research has shown can help lower the heart and respiratory rates in premature babies, as well as increase their oxygen level, improve sucking response and weight gain, decrease stress responses and aid in sleep--all of which support a child’s development.