Celebrating Men in Nursing

The term “male nurse” or even worse “murse” is not without its share of differing perspectives and opinions, yet at the heart of the matter lies the fact that anyone with dedication,...

Showcasing success with PM&R student interest group

Margeaux Berroth, M.D. Class of 2020 I was joined by two of my classmates, Emma Rickles and Gabriel Wilds, both members of the M.D. Class of 2019, in presenting our poster at the national...

Centering Houselessness

Medical students’ experiences listening to people who are houseless By Caroline King, Cameron Fisher, Jacob Johnson and Arum Chun This year, the four of us - Caroline King, Cameron Fisher, Jacob...

Students at the 2018 OMA Conference: The Future of Medicine, Now

Audrey Tran, M.D. Class of 2021 It was a historic day for the Oregon Medical Association (OMA) at their 2018 Annual Conference. First, the OMA was slated to induct Dr. Fred Williams, an...

Ideas to Action: AMWA 2018 Conference

Alex Hernandez, M.D. Class of 2019 To build community across all levels of medical training, a small group of medical students revived the American Medical Women’s Association (AMWA) at OHSU in...

Borrowed Time

Jenna M. Davison, M.D./M.P.H. class of 2022 Have you ever heard the phrase borrowed time? The dictionary defines it as the uncontrolled  postponement of something that is inevitable. When someone...

Diversity’s unique beauty

Diversity- it is a term that we are all very familiar with because it is one of the core values here at OHSU, and just a short while ago, OHSU awarded several staff members as well as students for...

Transition and Growth: A Reflection on my First Year in PA School

“Please lift your left breast.” Every time I heard it, it made me cringe. Being transgender, I could never quite get used to being topless in a sports bra or having my classmates make direct...

The poetry of OHSU

OHSU celebrated National Poetry Month in April this year with its fourth annual poetry contest and recognition event, sponsored by the OHSU Library. In the submission guidelines, poets were asked to...