Posts Tagged ‘Doernbecher’

Give birth to hope by donating cord blood

Every minute a hero is born with the potential to save a life. The Oregon Cord Blood Program works to save the lives of thousands of critically ill patients with blood diseases like leukemia and lymphoma who are in urgent need of a life-saving transplant. Umbilical cord blood, which is typically discarded, is rich with the blood-forming cells that can give blood cancer patients hope for a cure. Donating your baby’s cord blood to a … 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

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

Behind the scenes: Doernbecher Freestyle XII

Being nominated and selected to work on the Doernbecher Freestyle collection is a once-in-a-lifetime experience – both for our patient-designers and for the Nike employees chosen to be involved in the program. We sat down with some of folks who helped make this year’s collection magic happen to see what their experience has been like thus far. *** Interviewees and patient designers Andrew Winfield, John’s Nike team China Hamilton, Jacob’s Nike team Hingyi Khong, Lizzy’s … Read More

Six strategies to improve your baby’s sleep skills

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 2 a.m. and little Quinn is wide awake and … Read More

What is your baby’s ‘sleep temperament?’

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.  From the moment he or she is born, a baby’s … Read More

Doernbecher Freestyle: behind the scenes with Nike’s Carson Brown

Being nominated and selected to work on the Doernbecher Freestyle collection is a once-in-a-lifetime experience ­for our patient-designers, but it’s also special for the Nike employees who work with them. We sat down with Carson Brown, a graphic designer working with 8-year-old Isaiah (along with Celeste Rhoads, Aaron Reimer and Sara Cruthers), to learn why this program and this hospital are so meaningful to him.   What was it like working with Isaiah?  When our … Read More

An alliterative journey: on mental health, multidisciplinary management, medications, mindfulness and more

In this week’s entry, I am proud to introduce readers to a novel research project here at OHSU called Meals, Mindfulness and Moving Forward (M3). Before doing so, however, it’s important to talk about mental health, psychosis, and Oregon’s Early Assessment and Support Alliance – an essential partner in the M3 Pilot Study. Mental health, the capacity to meet emotional and intellectual challenges at different developmental stages, is among parents’ greatest concerns. Thus, when a … Read More

Doernbecher Freestyle: A physician’s point of view

Ten-year-old Emory was diagnosed with advanced chronic kidney disease last year. Her pediatric nephrologists, Dr. Sandra Iragorri and Dr. David Rozansky, were so impressed by Emory’s positive attitude, they nominated her for the Doernbecher Freestyle program. We sat down with Dr. Iragorri to learn more about Emory. *** How does the Doernbecher Freestyle program benefit our patients? Working with world-class sports apparel designers is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Being selected for the program – and then … Read More

An important message from Doernbecher Freestyle patient-designer Jacob

Hello! It’s Doernbecher Freestyle patient-designer Jacob Burris here. My shoe designs are coming along great. I hope that they are going to blow your minds!!! I wanted to share a little something about myself and other congenital heart defect (CHD) survivors. A lot of people tend to think that I am all better now, or “fixed” after my heart surgery. Well, the truth is that most people with a CHD have to take medicine to regulate … Read More

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