Refugee Health: An Introduction for Primary Care

Healthcare providers in various settings frequently struggle to effectively understand, communicate with, and serve refugee communities. This program strives to promote increased comfort and efficacy for general healthcare providers and staff in their work with refugees and ultimately aims to achieve improved health outcomes in these populations. Visit the course page to see the full schedule and register online.

3rd Annual Infectious Diseases for the Non-Specialist

The overall objective of this activity is to prevent, accurately diagnose, and optimally treat infectious diseases. Case-based discussions and ample time for questions will supplement large group presentations. Participants will be able to immediately implement what they learn into their practices so that patient outcomes improve. Visit the course page to see the full schedule and register online.

Is there a Doctor on the Plane? When Medical Professionals are Asked to Help In-Flight

Flying on a commercial airplane can be challenging, even on a good day! The smoothest flight can take a turn when the request for medical personnel comes over the loud speaker. Do you answer the call? Visit the course page to see a detailed schedule and register.


Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

ACCME Accreditation

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