Posts Tagged ‘Doernbecher Children’s Hospital’

A message from the Oregon Poison Center

In lieu of the recent arsenic and cadmium exposures in Southeast Portland, the Oregon Poison Center has the following message: The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) are working around the clock to respond to these exposures. We are urging concerned citizens to keep abreast with the latest information from the DEQ and the OHA: Click here to view the DEQ metal emissions website Click here to view the … Read More

2015 in review: It’s all about the patients

Social media is great for connecting families, patients, employees, donors and community members with one another and with the hospital as a whole. We love sharing Doernbecher stories and news to help foster a sense of community and provide a space where folks can support one another, get advice from experts and learn how they can give back. Below you’ll find this year’s most-read blog posts. Happy reading!   1. Meet Hope, Doernbecher’s hospital facility dog  Our … Read More

A Doernbecher patient gives back

Four years ago, 15-year-old Lydia Tam was undergoing inpatient chemotherapy at OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital – and she forgot to pack socks. Our hospital provided her with a pair to keep her feet warm. Although a sock snafu was the least of her concerns while she was being treated for a brain tumor, it sparked an idea. “On our drive back to Eugene after treatment, my mom and I were talking about how supportive everyone was … Read More

From Doernbecher to Tanzania

Pediatric hematologist/oncologist Dr. Sue Lindemulder knows that families are families, no matter where they are in the world. For the last three years, Dr. Lindemulder has organized and led a group of Doernbecher fellows on annual trips to Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, where they care for kids at children’s hospital Jengo La Watoto and work with hospital staff to develop curriculum and improve their pediatric oncology … Read More

The real scoop on teething and sleep

The Dr. Super Sleep Series is written in collaboration with KinderCare. KinderCare believes that early childhood education creates brighter futures. They are the largest provider of early childhood education in the nation and they are passionate about creating a world of learning, joy and adventure for more than 169,000 children every day. For more parenting resources, crafts, learning activities and family fun, visit their blog. What’s the deal with teething and sleep difficulties? That’s the … Read More

Battle bad dreams, night terrors and things that go bump in the dark

The Dr. Super Sleep Series is written in collaboration with KinderCare. KinderCare believes that early childhood education creates brighter futures. They are the largest provider of early childhood education in the nation and they are passionate about creating a world of learning, joy and adventure for more than 169,000 children every day. For more parenting resources, crafts, learning activities and family fun, visit their blog. It’s the wee hours of the morning and your child … Read More

“Inside Out:” A mindful movie for family film night

Pixar’s “Inside Out” provides an amazing look inside the mind of an 11-year-old girl. Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Training Program Director, Dr. Craigan Usher and Gabe Edwards, a fourth-year OHSU medical student planning to go into psychiatry, sat down to talk about the film. They enjoyed “Inside Out” so much, they decided to document their conversation. We hope it sparks some thoughts for you and your family at your next movie night! Animator Walt Disney … Read More

Getting home safely

After finishing up clinic on a Monday evening at about 5:30, I headed over to the pharmacy to pick up a prescription. As I passed through the drop-off circle on the way to the Physician’s Pavilion, I noted a new family wrestling with their car safety seat – the father pulling straps while the mother sat in the back with their newborn. I could see the frustration on both of their faces, exhausted from the … Read More

Fall safety tips from OHSU Doernbecher and the Oregon Poison Center

As colorful leaves fall from the trees and the air turns cool and crisp, it’s important to remember that the fall season can pose some safety risks. We asked the Oregon Poison Center at Oregon Health & Science University and the Doernbecher Tom Sargent Children’s Safety Center for tips to keep you and your loved ones safe this autumn. Have a safe Halloween Talk to your child about the difference between reality and make-believe. The scarier aspects … Read More

Monsters under the bed: Banishing bedtime fears

The Dr. Super Sleep Series is written in collaboration with KinderCare. KinderCare believes that early childhood education creates brighter futures. They are the largest provider of early childhood education in the nation and they are passionate about creating a world of learning, joy and adventure for more than 169,000 children every day. For more parenting resources, crafts, learning activities and family fun, visit their blog. While it’s wonderful that children’s imaginations can make the ordinary … Read More

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