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Evaluating Oregon's Health System Transformation

A report from PSU highlights $240M in savings and other successes resulting from the implementation of Oregon's Patient-Centered Primary Care Home program.
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Simulated Patients Shed Light on Disparities in Access to Health Care

In the wake of the Affordable Care Act, a study led by Dr. Rajiv Sharma asks: has access to primary health care changed for people with different racial, ethnic, and gender profiles?
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Q & A with Dr. David Bansgberg, Dean OHSU-PSU School of Public Health

Dr. David Bangsberg, founding Dean of the OHSU-PSU School of Public Health sits down for a conversation with Stephanie Argy, staff writer for University Communications.
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Harvest for Health

A partnership between PSU, local farms, and health care providers brings healthy foods to people with diet-related illnesses.
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Portland clean air efforts get boost from Meyer Memorial Trust

Portland State University’s Institute for Sustainable Solutions has formed a new partnership with Neighbors for Clean Air and Lewis & Clark Law School’s Northwest Environmental Defense Center to

Energy Trust: Compiling and Analyzing Manufactured Housing Tax Records

A review of county-level property tax rolls was conducted, to better understand the age at which a manufactured housing unit is decommissioned in Oregon.
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Portland Tribune: Antarctica going green. . .and that's bad

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Portland scientists use spread of moss to answer climate change questions

Sarah Eppley is on the front lines of global climate change research in Antarctica, though she doesn’t study penguins or polar bears or glaciers or ice sheets.

She studies something quite unexpected for that part of the world: moss.

Harvest for Health

A partnership between PSU, Zenger Farm, and healthcare providers makes farm fresh produce and nutrition education available to people that want to improve their health.
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Community Partnership

OPB: Discrimination Harming Efforts To Diversify Oregon Highway Workforce

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Oregon’s highway construction workforce is getting more diverse – but discrimination remains a big problem, according to a study out Thursday from Portland State University.