Learn how OHSU’s Health Equity Organization is advancing how OHSU delivers health care effectively and equitably to communities across Oregon and southwest Washington.
At OHSU, Morgan Logan, PA ’23, felt connected to her cohort, supported as a student and appreciated the school’s work expanding diversity and inclusion.
One year after Roe v. Wade was overturned, OHSU reproductive health providers reflect on how the ruling has impacted their work.
Two couples explain how access to abortion care gave them a fighting chance.
Jose Carrillo-Castro, M.D. ’24 and Mahtab Brar, M.D. ’22, talk about their experiences as medical students — and how they’re pushing forward inclusive change in medicine.
What started as a grassroots grocery box program has grown into the OHSU Food Resource Center (FRC)—a welcoming, on-campus resource dedicated to nourishing the next generation of healers, caregivers, and innovators.
Thanks to a generous grant from Meyer Memorial Trust, On Track OHSU! is expanding to increase the number of underrepresented minorities in health care.