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Because every child deserves the best
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Sending love from across the country 💕 “Heart moms" Saryn, Britt and Ali put together this beautiful package for baby Fatemeh. Their sons also have CHDs and they wanted to share hope and well wishes all the way from Connecticut.

Thank you to everyone who's made or sent gifts in support of this family and others like them at Doernbecher! Here's how you can help: http://bit.ly/2m5ctVq
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"Being in that crux position and really being at the center of how a child is going to progress – I can't imagine a better field."

OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital Physician-in-Chief Dr. Dana Braner shares some of his favorite stories.

Learn more about Dr. Braner: http://bit.ly/Meet-Dr-Braner 

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“There are some scenarios where there simply isn’t a right answer, and in those cases, it’s nice to be able to reach out to our colleagues and ask their opinion about what they might do,” Dr. Kellie Nazemi said. “Our Doernbecher patients are able to benefit from the knowledge that’s all over the country and all over the world.”

Learn more about our Pediatric Brain Tumor Board: http://bit.ly/TumorBoard

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Wishing you love and light in 2017 ✨

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A home for healing: The Gary and Christine Rood Family Pavilion will make a huge difference for OHSU Doernbecher patients and families who travel long distances for their care. Here are seven elements of the guest house to know today: bit.ly/OHSU_Guest_House

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"Children need to know that adults around them will not accept cruelty toward others, that conflict and intolerance expressed by others should not to be emulated and perpetuated."

An important blog post from our Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at OHSU: http://www.ohsu.edu/blogs/doernbecher/2016/11/11/tips-for-supporting-one-another/
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Dr. Gregory Blaschke joined us at OHSU after retiring from a 22-year Navy pediatrics career. He's pictured here with a patient and a interpreter/provider at the Truong Tieu Hoc Quy School in Vietnam while on the 2007 Pacific Partnership.

He's one of many veterans working hard to improve the health of patients at OHSU – and around the world. Thank you for your service!
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"Remember that time changes are associated with increased automobile, bicycle and pedestrian accidents."

Dr. Gopal Allada shares his secrets for "falling back" safely and smoothly. Got any tips for helping kids adjust? We'd love to hear about them in the comments! 

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Does the thought of Halloween candy sitting around your house have you feeling a bit spooked? Tracy Severson, R.D., L.D., offers tips to keep this holiday festive for the whole family.

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"Getting your baby to sleep, and making sure that parents are also able to sleep, is a huge issue for everyone. People do what they feel like they must do just to get through the night. It is survival mode for parents. The tragedy lies in the fact that survival for parents can be critically dangerous for babies."

This is important: About 3,500 infants die of SUID (Sudden Unexpected Infant Death) each year, and about 40 of those happen here in Oregon. On our blog, Dr. Ben Hoffman shares some practical tips to help keep your baby safe.
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