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Central Oregon Research Coalition

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CORC Steering Committee Meeting: May 4th, 2017 from 4:00-5:30pm

WHAT Is It? CORC’s Steering Committee is comprised of community leaders who represent interests in Central Oregon around health, wellness, education and research. They include individuals from Central Oregon universities, healthcare systems, the school district, county health departments, coordination care organization (CCO), community-based organizations and researchers. WHO Should Attend? Members of CORC’s Steering Committee WHEN […]

Ahead of the Game Concussion Conference in Bend: April 21st – 22nd, 2017

Achieving best practices in youth management and return to learn and play WHAT Is It? This two day conference, in partnership with St. Charles Foundation and OHSU, will include sessions and discussion of the latest science around recurrent concussions, evidence based return to activity and return to play protocols, post-traumatic headache management, sleep disorders associated […]

CORC General Members Meeting Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

WHAT Is It? Central Oregon Research Coalition (CORC) is a community-university collaborative designed to support research best practices in Central Oregon for optimized health outcomes. This meeting is a time to come together to discuss research projects happening within the community. WHO Should Attend? Members of CORC, people who are conducting projects in their Central […]

A Conversation on Preventing Child Abuse March 14th, 2017 from 12 to 1:30pm

WHAT Is It? Dr. Desmond Runyon, MD, DrPH, will be giving a presentation and Q&A about child abuse prevention. WHO Should Attend? Professionals working on behalf of Central Oregon children and families and members of the community who want to learn more about child abuse prevention. WHEN Is It? Tuesday, March 14th, 2017 from 12 […]

Housing First Homeless Conference March 9th, 2017 from 10:00am – 5:00pm

WHAT Is It?In Central Oregon, we share the goal of ending homelessness. “Housing First” is a proven approach to housing and services that is widely accepted as a best-practice strategy for helping people experiencing homelessness access and maintain stable housing. A Housing First approach can be adopted by communities and systems, as well as programs, […]