Researchers say the results indicate a need for colleges and universities to take a more intersectional approach in their efforts to provide safe environments for victims of sexual violence.
Researchers agree it is important to minimize delays in making treatments for diseases such as cancer available to patients, but they say their findings point to a need for greater transparency around how drugs receive approval.
The long-term benefits of these investments are clear: stronger families, more equitable outcomes for Oregon children and a more robust economy.
After 33 years with the college, Professor Vicki Ebbeck, associate dean for student success, is retiring. September 30 will be her last day with the college.
Recommendations provided on how to meet the needs of patients and communities throughout Oregon and eliminate health inequities
We’re all too familiar with enduring a pandemic, but did you know we’re also experiencing an infodemic?