Oregon Emergency Care Research - Multidisciplinary Training Program (OECR-MTP)
Oregon Health & Science University offers scholars a multi-year training program, designed to develop independent investigators in Emergency Care Research. Each scholar may receive up to 3 years of funding, with 75% protected time for research (NIH grant #5K12HL133115).
News and Events
Now Accepting Applications for an ECR NIMH-focused scholar
December 6, 2018 - The OECR-MPT program is pleased to announce that we have an opening for a scholar whose research is focused on an NIMH Emergency Care Research priority topic area. Interested? Please visit our Application tab for more information on how to apply.
The Department of Emergency Medicine’s Center for Policy and Research In Emergency Medicine and the Knight Cancer Institute’s Division of Hematology and Oncology were pleased to offer two events with guest speaker, Dr. Rebecca Cooney, the North American Executive Editor of The Lancet on September `19, 2018
Department of Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds Lecture: Gender Bias in Academic Publishing
Panel Discussion: The View from the Editor’s Desk: Insight into Academic Medical Publishing
Rebecca Cooney is the North American Executive Editor of The Lancet. Prior to joining The Lancet family in 2012, she worked as an associate and assistant editor at The Annals of New York Academy of Sciences. Rebecca received her PhD in Psychology from Stanford University in 2007 and subsequently trained as a fellow in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Columbia University where she studied the neural basis of mood and anxiety disorders. Rebecca lives in Brooklyn with her family and enjoys coffee, cooking, and watching Dateline after her kids go to bed.
Dr. Scott's K12 On-Campus Seminar
On August 7, 2018, we welcomed Jane D. Scott, Sc.D., M.S.N. on campus for an all-day site visit. Dr. Scott kindly gave a seminar about K- level training, and other grant opportunities offered by the NIH. The OHSU community may access a video recording of Dr. Scott's talk by clicking here.
Dr. Scott joined NHLBI in August, 2005 as the Director, Office of Research Training and Career Development in the Division of Cardiovascular Sciences. The office oversees more than 600 training awards to individuals and institutions nationwide to train future cardiovascular researchers. Her education includes a B.S.N. from Duke University, an M.S.N. from Wayne State University, and a doctorate in Health Policy and Management from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Before her doctoral studies she was a staff nurse in the Duke University emergency department, and nurse practitioner in the Johns HopkinsHospital Adult Emergency Department. Dr. Scott was a program officer at DHHS Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), providing oversight to prehospital, ED and ICU research. She was a researcher at the University of Maryland’s (UMD) National Study Center for Trauma and EMS; and then Director of Research, for the Program in Trauma, at the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center. From 2002-2005 at Tufts Sackler School of Biomedical Sciences, she was the Associate Director of the MS/PhD program, Associate Director for two institutional training programs, and Director of Education at the Tufts-New England Medical Center GCRC. She served on the National Advisory Committee for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Urgent Matters Program 2002-2004 and on the Veteran’s Administration (VA)Health Services Research Scientific Review and Evaluation Study Section from 1999-2004. She Chaired the VA’s Nursing Research Review Committee from 2000-2004. She was the Editor of the Health Policy Column for the Society of General Internal Medicine’s Forum from 1993-1999. She served on the NHLBI’s National Heart Attack Alert Program and several of its sub-committees (1991-2000). She also served as a senior advisor to the World Health Organization to help establish a national cervical cancer screening strategy for Romania, 1992-1994.
- Newgard CD, Morris CD, Smith L, Cook JNB, Yealy DM, Collins S, Holmes JF, Kuppermann N, Richardson LD, Kimmel S, Becker LB, Scott JD, Lowe RA, Callaway CW, Gowen LK, Baren J, Storrow AB, Vasilevsky N, White M, Zell A. The First National Institutes of Health Institutional Training Program in Emergency Care Research: Productivity and Outcomes. Ann Emerg Med. 2018 Aug 2. pii: S0196-0644(18)30549-3. doi: 10.1016/j.annemergmed.2018.06.018. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 30078658. View full text
- Lammers A, Slatore CG, Prasad VK, Fromme EK, Vranas KC, Sullivan DR. Association of Early Palliative Care with Chemotherapy Intensity in Patients with Advanced Stage Lung Cancer: A Nationwide VA Cohort Study. J Thorac Oncol 2018 (In press).
- Chen, J. I., Smolenski, D. J., Dobscha, S. K., Bush, N. E., & Denneson, L. M. (2018). Correlates of Mental Health Smartphone Application Use among Patients with Suicidal Ideation. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 1-17. doi:10.1080/15228835.2018.1502119
- Piantino, J. A., Lin, A., Crowder, D., Williams, C. N., Perez-Alday, E., Tereshchenko, L. G., & Newgard, C. D. (9000). Early Heart Rate Variability and Electroencephalographic Abnormalities in Acutely Brain-Injured Children Who Progress to Brain Death. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, Online First. doi:10.1097/pcc.0000000000001759
- Vranas KC, Slatore CG, Kerlin MP. Telemedicine Coverage of Intensive Care Units: A Narrative Review. Ann Amer Thorac Soc 2018 (In press).