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Barbara Glidewell, M.B.S., Awarded Associate Professor Emeritus in the Department of  Medicine

 Barbara Glidewell





Barbara Glidewell, Senior Scholar with the Center for Ethics in Health Care has been awarded the rank of Associate Professor Emeritus in the Department of Medicine. This comes on the heels of being inducted into the Beaverton High School (BHS) Lifetime Hall of Achievement earlier this year. We congratulate Barbara on her award and express our gratitude for her continuing achievements as an outstanding teacher with the Center for Ethics in Health Care.

The Center for Ethics in Health Care Welcomes Two New Associate Directors

Melissa Monner                 Dana Zive

    Melissa Monner                                   Dana Zive

Joining the Center for Ethics in Health Care as Associate Directors and members of the Executive Committee are Melissa Monner, M.S., and Dana Zive, M.P.H. 

Melissa works as a patient advocate and serves as the co-chair of the Ethics Clinical Consult Service. She earned her B.A. in English from Northwest Nazarene College, M.S. in EPFA (Educational Policy, Foundation, and Administration) at Portland State University and Biomedical Ethics Certificate through the OHSU Center for Ethics.

Dana is the Director of the Oregon POLST Registry, and a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine. She earned her B.S. in Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology at the University of Nevada, Reno, and her M.P.H. in Public Health Education and Biostats/Epidemiology from San Jose State University.  Dana joined OHSU in 2004, and her areas of focus include end of life care and research.  

Both longtime Senior Scholars with the Center for Ethics, we welcome Melissa and Dana as Associate Directors and members of the Executive Committee.

Welcoming our new Senior Scholars

The Center for Ethics in Health Care is pleased to welcome John Muench, M.D., M.P.H., Berklee Robins, M.D., M.A., and Melissa Weddle, M.D., M.P.H., as Senior Scholars for the 2017-18 academic year. Their commitment to ethics-related scholarly activity supporting the goals, missions and values of the Center play a valuable role both on and off the OHSU campus. We look forward to working with them in the upcoming academic year and beyond.