"Pain: A Political History"
At the University of Washington Club
April 21-23, Hosted by OHSU
Learn about Brain Injury Awareness
Dr. Matthew R. Hallman
Our clinical faculty provide outstanding patient-centered care at four leading academic medical centers, which includes the only Level 1 trauma center in 4 states that is the model for paramedic systems across the nation.
We pride ourselves on the depth and breadth of the training we offer. When a physician completes our program, he or she is equipped to handle any clinical situation during the perioperative period.
Our faculty engage in multidisciplinary research, with major emphasis in pain medicine and neuroscience, genomics and mitochondria biology, outcomes, and medical training and patient education.
As a former trainee of the department, I am honored to now lead the University of Washington Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine.
Videos and other multi-media presentations related to current topics in quality improvement, patient safety, and anesthesia technology.
Dr. Donald Oxorn presents a transesophageal echocardiogram (TEE) each month for education.