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The New ABCs of Medical School: Anatomy, Biochemistry, and Cooking

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High-Value Care Increasingly Becoming Core Part of Med School Curriculum

High-value care has been added to curricula for many aspiring physicians

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Mary Rita Hurley to Head Oregon Center for Nursing

Mary Rita Hurley, RN, MPA, will join the Oregon Center for Nursing as executive director, succeeding Kristine Campbell , RN, PhD, who has resigned.

“Mary Rita’s experience working in a variety of settings, including in practice, administration, academia and consultancy will be a great asset to our organization as we continue to work on solving Oregon’s nursing shortage,” said Joan Caley, board president.

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Nursing Breakfast at Zoo Raises Funds to Support Work Force

State Sen. Betsy Johnson rallied more than 250 people during the Oregon Center for Nursing “Advocacy, Innovation, Solutions” fundraising breakfast Oct. 6 at the Oregon Zoo in Portland.

The event raised more than $95,000 to support OCN’s mission to provide the leadership to solve the nursing shortage in Oregon.

“We are extremely grateful to all who attended and our sponsors,” said Kris Campbell, RN, PhD, OCN executive director. “Without their support, our work to help create nursing leaders, diversify the nursing work force and to find solutions to problems that create nursing shortages would not be possible.”

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Regence Foundation Awards Nearly $250,000 in Grants to Northwest Nonprofits

The Regence Foundation announced today
$246,500 in grants for four Northwest nonprofits: HealthMatters of Central
Oregon, WithinReach, Critical Access Hospital Network and Northwest
Organization of Nurse Executives. The grants all support nonprofit programs
with innovative plans to improve quality of care and increase access to care.

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Oregon State Hospital Touts Nurse Hiring Success

The Oregon State Hospital is touting its recent success in hiring nurses. But critics say that’s only one part of what the beleaguered agency needs to do. Salem Correspondent Chris Lehman reports.

A scathing federal report last year blasted conditions at the iconic mental institution in Salem.

The Justice Department’s review concluded that the safety of staff and patients was at risk due to inadequate staffing, including nurses.

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Law Provides Health Insurance For All Oregon Children

Health insurance for nearly all of Oregon’s children is now a reality, thanks to House Bill 2116 signed into law by Gov. Ted Kulongoskii in Portland. The “Healthy Kids” legislation, along with the governor’s earlier approval of a companion bill, paves the way for providing affordable health insurance for 95 to 98 percent of Oregon’s children within the next two years. The less than 100-percent goal takes into account the reality that some children live with families that move too frequently or that avoid authorities.

According to an article appearing in the August 3 issue of The Oregonian, Gov. Kulongoski wants his commitment to provide health insurance to children to rub off on President Obama. “I would tell him, ‘Start with children.’ Make sure every child in this country has access to health care. It is not only a health issue. There is a great equality issue in this.”

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Health concerns heat up in Portland area

There was a time when a summer heat wave in the Northwest was like a winter cold snap or a spring rain, an irritating but innocuous blip on the meteorological calendar.

In recent years, however, public agencies have begun treating excessive heat as a health emergency with the potential to kill the elderly or infirm.

This week, that shift has prompted a slew of warnings as temperatures soared past 100 degrees and public agencies coordinated efforts to provide transportation to local cooling centers.

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PCC Sylvania nursing student wins award for Latino outreach

When Rocio Ceja-Bolanos notices someone in need of a translator at the grocery store or on the street, she doesn’t hesitate to help.

“If I see the need, I’ll jump in,” said Ceja-Bolanos, 30, of Tigard. “I’m not shy.”

Translating has been the norm for Ceja-Bolanos, who recently won the Outstanding Woman Student Award from Portland Community College’s Sylvania campus.

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Medical mission serves 1,686 patients

When Cascade Medical Team came looking for volunteers to serve in an isolated and impoverished area of Guatemala, several Salem-area professionals raised their hands.

A group of more than 100 people — mostly from Oregon — spent about 12 days this spring providing everything from dental exams to wheelchairs serving the largely Mayan population in rural Solola.

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