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Simulation User Network (SUN) Conference at OHSU Sept. 15

SUN Conference September 15, 2014 Collaborative Life Sciences Building The Simulation User Network is a collaborative forum put on by OHSU and Laerdal Medical that facilitates user meetings, newsletters and a dedicated website to create, share and apply content specific to patient simulation. Mike Mikkelson, a local Laerdal representative, has extended an invitation to all OHSU faculty, students and staff who may be interested in attending. Conference Workshops to Include: Debriefing Under My Skin SimPad® … Read More

Register today: World Congress on Ultrasound in Medical Education, Oct. 10-12

This fall, join ultrasound practitioners and educators from all disciplines for the 3rd Annual World Congress on Ultrasound in Medical Education at the new Collaborative Life Sciences Building. Both ultrasound experts and novices are encouraged to attend this multidisciplinary conference, which will cover ultrasound’s myriad uses from the anatomy lab and ICU to rural locations. World Congress on Ultrasound in Medical Education October 10-12, 2014 Collaborative Life Sciences Building Discounted registration fees are available for students, residents, … Read More

OHSU receives grant to study electronic health record simulation in interprofessional settings

Last fall, OHSU received funding from AHRQ to build simulated patient cases in Epic with the intent to teach physicians how to use electronic health records and learn how to make these systems better. This September, the same research team was awarded a grant from the AAMC and the Patrick and Catherine Weldon Donaghue Medical Research Foundation that will expand the project to include other health professionals such as pharmacists and nurses. The grant comes … Read More

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