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CPR-EM

The OHSU Center for Policy and Research in Emergency Medicine's breakthrough research leads to new standards of care and a better understanding of important issues involving emergency medicine, disaster preparedness, and toxicology. The Center partners with policy-makers on all levels identifying and enhancing emergency healthcare issues facing our community, our state and our nation.


Current Grants

Identifying Hospital Practices to Reduce Emergency Department Crowding.
6/15/2014 - 5/31/2016
Funding: $ 231,000.00

Effectiveness of Prescription Monitoring Program Use in Emergency Departments
3/1/2014 - 2/28/2018
Funding: $ 462,414.00

Improving Syncope Risk Stratification in Older Adults
2/1/2013 - 1/31/2018
Funding: $ 1,490,151.00

Oregon Multidisciplinary Training Program for Emergency Medicine Clinical Research
7/1/2011 - 6/30/2016
Funding: $ 2,887,165.00

Emergency Prehospital Investigative Consortium (EPIC)
9/1/2004 - 12/31/2015
Funding: $ 3,670,921.00


Additional emergency medicine research statistics can be found on the OHSU Research Expertise website.

You can find our department's statistics by navigating to "School of Medicine" in the listed organizations and then to "Emergency Medicine".

Featured News

Emergency Medicine Research at OHSU Climbs to #4 in NIH Funding

Blue Ridge Rankings

OHSU Emergency Medicine Research climbs to #4 in NIH funding with 5 researchers in top 50 as reported by the Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research in their rankings of NIH funding awards for U.S. medical schools.

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