For immediate release - August 30, 2021 Contact: KatyKing01@gmail.com Oregon Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians Emergency physician contact: John Moorhead, MD: firstname.lastname@example.org Mike McCaskill, MD: email@example.com Alex Skog, MD: firstname.lastname@example.org An … Continue reading OR-ACEP Labor Day message for Oregonians
For immediate release - August 20, 2021 Contact: KatyKing01@gmail.com Oregon Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians Emergency physician contact: John Moorhead, MD: email@example.com Mike McCaskill, MD: firstname.lastname@example.org Alex Skog, MD: email@example.com The … Continue reading Crisis in the ED – Emergency physicians urge vaccinations
Wins on fair reimbursement, injury prevention and health equity represent wins for emergency physicians and the communities they serve.
Urge Public Hearing and Work Session on COVID-19 Limited Liability Protections BillThis Legislative Session, the Oregon Medical Association, along with hospitals, clinics, health systems, specialty societies, and other health care … Continue reading OCEP Legislative Action Alert!
“With House Bill 2168, we can learn from another time. We can change the future now, in real time. We can work towards equality – even without a declaration or … Continue reading Legislative Update – Week of June 4th
Legislative Update - Week of April 26 2021 “We have a right to live. As Black Oregonians, we have a right to live.”
The Pediatric Readiness Program is launching a Weight in Kilograms & Weight-based Dosing QI Initiative! Photo by Vidal Balielo Jr. on Pexels.com We would like to invite all Oregon and … Continue reading Pediatric QI Initiative- Weight in Kg
Oregonians have four primary ways to get linked to local vaccine information:1. Get Vaccinated Oregon2. Covidvaccine.oregon.gov "chat bot"3. 211info: Text, Email, Phone (see above)4. Licensed senior facilities: Residents and staff at most … Continue reading Getting your COVID 19 Vaccine in Oregon – March 2021 Updates
“Work, work, work…”Rep. Rachel Prusak, chair of the House Health Care Committee, describes on Twitter how a bill becomes law. There are 150 bills pending in her committee. The Big … Continue reading February 5, 2021 Legislative Update
Suicidal Children in the Emergency Department: Strategies to Evaluate and Manage within a Strained System Date/time: February 11th 8:00-9:00 AM This event has already occured, but for more information on the … Continue reading Pediatric Readiness Events for Feb 2021