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Dr. Noble meets with PRNewswire; warns of the dangers of liquid nicotine accidents in households with small children. In The News -
Rob Hendrickson, M.D., meets with the Bend Bulletin, weighs in on the recent spike in cold medicine abuse amongst teens.
Dr. Esther Choo's recent study, "The Development of Best Practice Recommendations to Support the Hiring, Recruitment and Advancement of Women Physicians in Emergency Medicine," was selected as pick of the month by Academic Emergency Medicine's Editor-in-Chief. In The News -
Dr. Hendrickson speaks with Oregon Public Broadcast to warn parents of the potential for accidental mix-ups with cannabis infused candies this Halloween.
OHSU to co-lead up to $90 million in Department of Defense-funded trauma research with the help of Dr. Daya.
Alumni and friends of the OHSU Department of Emergency Medicine were honored at a reception during the American College of Emergency Physicians' Scientific Assembly in Las Vegas on October 18, 2016." In The News - Craig Newgard, M.D., M.P.H., discusses the results of his newly published study, "Evaluation of Rural vs Urban Trauma Patients Served by 9-1-1 Emergency Medical Services," with several media outlets:
Robert Norton, M.D., receives the 2016 ACEP National Emergency Medicine Faculty Teaching Award for his decades of dedication and innovation in teaching emergency medicine.
Emergency Medicine faculty recognized for innovation at the 2016 OHSU Technology Transfer and Business Development awards.
Matthew Hansen, M.D., awarded K23 grant from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute for his study, "Improving the Safety and Efficacy of Out-of-Hospital Pediatric Airway Management."
Emergency Medicine Chair, John Ma, M.D., delivers the welcome address for the 2016 MedTech Alliance Showcase. In The News -
Dr. Noble meets with KPTV to explain a rare illness associated with chronic cannabis usage.
The Department of Emergency Medicine joins the OHSU community in mourning the loss of Dr. Mark Richardson, Dean of the School of Medicine.
John McConnell, Ph.D., awarded NIH R01 grant to assess the potential for a state Medicaid reform model to reduce disparities.
The Department of Emergency Medicine's K12 Training Program has been renewed for a second five year cycle.
OHSU's Center for Health Systems Effectiveness, led by Emergency Medicine Professor, John McConnell, Ph.D., selected to lead Washington's All-Payer Claims Database.
Join us for a reception honoring alumni and friends of the OHSU Department of Emergency Medicine during the 2016 ACEP Scientific Assembly in Las Vegas.
Bangkok Hospital representatives visit the OHSU Emergency Department to expand the collaborative efforts of OHSU Global.
John C. Moorhead, M.D., steps into his new role as the Chair of the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) Board of Directors.
Congratulations to John McConnell, Ph.D., for promotion and tenure as Professor and affirmation of rank of Associate Professor for Esther Choo, M.D., M.P.H.
The graduating Emergency Medicine residency class honors the best of best with their annual Residency Education Awards.
The Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research has finalized their 2015 rankings of NIH funding awards for U.S. medical schools. OHSU EM research ranked third in the nation.
Congratulations to graduating seniors, Andy Lichtenheld and Mari Nomura, for their prestigious awards in Emergency Medicine. In The News - Dr. Zane Horowitz explains the toxicological impact of recent PPS, lead, and radon findings in the Portland metro area.
Drs. James Heilman and Mary Tanski recognized for their outstanding contributions to clinical care.
David Jones, M.D., receives Faculty Mentor Award for demonstrating outstanding skill and dedication to advising and mentoring medical students.
Dr. David Jones' survey cited by AEM Editor in Chief to illustrate the need for new AEM journal with a focus on education and training. In The News -
John McConnel, Ph.D., weighs in on a new breed of health insurer on Time.com In The News - The Oregon Poison Center sounds the alarm after new designer street drug hits the Portland area.
Dr. Bory Kea dishes the inside scoop on staying healthy while surviving and thriving in emergency medicine for ALiEM.
OHSU EM faculty schedule of events at the 2016 Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) Annual Meeting
Beech Burns, M.D., M.C.R., was featured on Academic Life in Emergency Medicine (ALiEM) with his article, "PEM Pearls: Prolonged Fever in Pediatric Patients – When should you worry?" Dr. Craig Newgard's recent study was selected as pick of the month by Academic Emergency Medicine's Editor-in-Chief.
EM resident, Shannon Lee, looks back on her time spent at Columbia Memorial Hospital as the first OHSU resident to experience the new emergency medicine rural rotation in Astoria.
The wait is over, Match Day is finally here! Please join us in welcoming the much anticipated Emergency Medicine Residency Class of 2019.
John McConnell, Ph.D., featured in the Journal of the American Medical Association for his evaluation of Oregon's Medicaid Coordinated Care Organizations. In The News -
Gillian Beauchamp, M.D., informs Portland Mercury readers about the concerns associated with arsenic and cadmium exposure and how to request testing. In The News - Rob Hendrickson, M.D., provides his professional input on the larger debate surrounding the potency of marijuana-infused edibles.