Ever wondered what life is like as a student at OHSU? What does it take to become a researcher? Just how gross is gross anatomy?
Welcome to the blog that answers these – and many other – questions.
It’s students writing first-hand about their commitment to careers in science and health care.
It’s honest about the challenges as well as the joys.
It’s not always pretty.
But it is our story.
Thank you for sharing it with us. Meet our student bloggers on the bio page. And please, let us know what you think.
As Oregon’s only academic health center, we have lots of knowledge to offer. But social media is about sharing—it’s a conversation between you, your friends and family, and the doctors, nurses, students and scientists here at OHSU. We want to hear your comments and experiences: your stories will make this conversation richer for all of us.
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OHSU is a learning organization, so we also analyze information on the blogs to see what we can do better—what kind of information is most helpful or interesting for community members, or if there are ways we can improve the health services we provide. That’s part of our job as an academic health center, so please remember that as you comment or share stories.
Although we’re not responsible for the content of your comments, we try to make sure that comment threads are constructive for all users. To ensure that, we may edit comments for content, delete offensive comments and attacks, block offensive contributors and delete spam or suspected spam.
And remember: though the information we share online is about health, your health situation is unique—so don’t treat anything you read here as medical advice or as creating a patient-‐provider relationship. If you have a medical issue that requires advice or treatment, please contact your doctor— at OHSU or elsewhere—so you can be sure to have a confidential conversation about your health.
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