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COVID-19 Virtual Briefing Series

The National Hispanic Medical Association and its partners are hosting a virtual briefing series on COVID-19. Briefings will address lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic on managing chronic care patients, mental health, and the future of health care delivery.

  • Session 1: Managing Chronic Care Patients with COVID-19 - Recording Available
  • Session 2: COVID-19 and Latino Mental Health - Recording Available
  • Session 3: COVID-19 Impact on Health Care Delivery - Recording coming soon.
  • Session 4: Dealing with the New Normal - August 26, 4-5 p.m.

A number of clinical departments are also live streaming their weekly grand rounds sessions.

Department of Medicine Grand Rounds - Tuesdays, 8:00 - 9:00 AM - Website

Dermatology Grand Rounds - Wednesdays, 7:30 - 9:00 AM - Website

Neurology Grand Rounds - Wednesdays, 8:00 - 9:00 AM - Website

Pediatric Grand Rounds - Thursdays, 8:00 - 9:00 AM - Website

Psychiatry Grand Rounds - Tuesdays, 12:00 - 1:00 PM - Website

Surgery Grand Rounds - Mondays, 7:30 - 8:30 AM - Website

Patient Care & Clinical Skills training

  • Compass is OHSU's Learning Management system that catalogs a wide array of educational offerings available to OHSU clinicians. Topics include Epic, infection control, performance improvement, and more.
  • Time: Variable, ranging from short online modules to multi-day in-person trainings
  • Cost: Free

OHSU Performance Excellence System 

  • The OHSU Performance Excellence System is the way in which OHSU strives to deliver excellence for our patients, today and tomorrow. Topics include: OPEx overview, OPEx Daily Management System, OPEx problem solving, and Change Acceleration Process.
  • Time: Classes range from 75 minutes to two and a half days.
  • Cost: Free

CultureVision

  • CultureVision, which is akin to a Wikipedia of culture, is an online resource that provides information about general cultural archetypes, practices, and preferences for ethnic, religious and other groups, ranging from people with specific disabilities, to racial groups, to faith traditions including Taoism and Atheism. CultureVision is created by Cook Ross, Inc., creators of the OHSU Unconscious Bias curriculum. You can read more about CultureVision on the OHSU blog.
  • Cost: Free to OHSU faculty, students and staff. To access for free, navigate from O(under the Healthcare tab) or from Epic.

Continuing medical education

Medical specialty societies

  • Your societies often have resources to improve your clinical practice.

Control Chart Education

  • Learn how to use statistical process control charts to make better decisions with data.
  • Time: Options range from four hours, to a 20 hour (10 session) course. Contact Ken DeVane atdevane@ohsu.edu if you are interested in applying to attend one of the courses.
  • Cost: Free

Avel Gordly Center for Healing

  • The Avel Gordly Center for Healing provides trainings for healthcare and social service providers about sensitive and culturally responsive treatment for African-Americans.
  • Fill out the Request Outreach or Training form and send it to agch@ohsu.edu to get in contact about training and outreach.