Coronavirus

As COVID Vaccines Seem More Plausible, Oregon Focuses on Its Distribution Plan

The three-phase plan centers health equity. But if and when a vaccine is approved, there will be a “period of discovery.”

11/25/2020 By Gabriel Granillo

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Stay Home for the Holidays

Travel increases your risk for getting and spreading COVID-19.

11/19/2020

Coronavirus

This Medford Clinic Is Developing a Coronavirus Vaccine, and You Wouldn’t Even Know It

The Clinical Research Institute of Southern Oregon has quietly conducted more than 700 clinical research trials. Now, it’s working on a coronavirus vaccine.

11/19/2020 By Gabriel Granillo and Riley Blake

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From Patient to Peer

A former addiction and recovery patient turns his battle with substance use disorder into a supportive career for others who are in treatment.

11/12/2020

Coronavirus

Governor Kate Brown Issues a Plea for Oregonians to Stay With Their Household. Will It Work?

As nine Oregon counties head into a two-week “pause,” what got us here and what does it mean?

11/11/2020 By Gabriel Granillo and Fiona McCann

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‘The Only Dream That We’ve Had Is to Own a House’

Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East makes accessible housing a reality for Portland families.

11/10/2020 By Ben McBee

Round Up

Looking for Some Help Making It Through Election Day?

Portland Monthly created this care package just for you.

11/03/2020 By Portland Monthly Staff

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Pandemic Fatigue: It’s Real, and It’s Dangerous

Staying vigilant and practicing simple and basic healthy behaviors are still key to preventing the spread of COVID-19.

10/26/2020

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Screening and Early Detection: One Breast Cancer Survivor’s Story

A Kaiser Permanente member shares wisdom from her recent cancer journey.

10/19/2020

Health

Oregonians Are Wearing Their Masks, a New Survey Shows

But they're a lot less certain about whether they want to get a coronavirus vaccine

10/08/2020 By Julia Silverman

Health

Don’t Get Complacent: Coronavirus Cases Are on the Rise in Oregon

The state reported its highest-ever daily case count on September 25.

09/25/2020 By Julia Silverman

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Controlling Substance Abuse During the COVID-19 Pandemic

September is National Addiction and Recovery Month. In the face of the uncertainty of a global pandemic, our friends, family, and colleagues may be struggling.

09/23/2020

What Now?

After the Smoke, C’est Toi

Open the windows, go for a walk, pick some produce—but read our guide first.

09/19/2020 By Julia Silverman

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Year of the Nurse: The Advocate

Thomas Gazeley, RN at Trillium Family Services, Mid Valley Campus

09/17/2020 By Ben McBee

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Year of the Nurse: The Hometown Hero

Spencer Hall, Certified Neuroscience Registered Nurse, Legacy Emanuel Medical Center

09/17/2020 By Ben McBee

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Year of the Nurse: The Frontline Phenom

Lacey Morris, Registered Nurse & Clinical Programs Manager, Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center – McMinnville Clinics

09/17/2020 By Ben McBee

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Year of the Nurse: The Friendly Smile

John Rodriguez, Emergency Department Nurse, Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center

09/17/2020 By Ben McBee

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Year of the Nurse: The Heart of Gold

Jenifer Ryan, Cardiology Nurse, The Oregon Clinic – Tualatin

09/17/2020 By Ben McBee

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Year of the Nurse: The Unflinching Responder

Jeff Sogo, Lead Registered Nurse in Urgent Care Unit, The Vancouver Clinic Ridgefield

09/17/2020 By Ben McBee

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Year of the Nurse: The Guardian Angels

Brianna Mishler, Pediatric Nurse, and Kathy Perko, Director of Palliative Care Education & Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital

09/17/2020 By Ben McBee