May 8, 2018
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MESD Co-Hosts Statewide School Staff in Healthcare Settings In-Service

From: Sarah Davis & Laura Conroy, photo courtesy of Sarah Phillips

On April 27th educators from around the state attended a professional development event at Legacy Emanuel Hospital co-hosted by Lane ESD, Multnomah ESD, Willamette ESD, and Oregon Department of Education focused on the unique challenges and opportunities encountered by educators in healthcare settings.

Topics included Transitional Care/Compassion Fatigue and Burnout presented by Drew Grabham OHSU’s New Direction Program, Teen Suicide and Mental Health presented by Melissa Trombetta, Outreach Coordinator for Lines for Life, and Anxiety and Students presented by staff from Yamhill County Family and Youth Community Based Programs.  

Attendees including staff providing instruction to students receiving care in hospitals and healthcare settings around the state as well as  MESD’s hospital education program staff from Randall Children’s Hospital, Unity Center, OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital, Willamette Falls Hospital and Shriners Hospitals for Children.
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