Academic centers offer resources to colleagues

July 2010
Hospice Management Advisor;Jul2010, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p78
The article focuses on academic centers which provide ethical education and resources for their smaller colleagues. It mentions that the Oregon Health & ScienceUniversity (OHSU) is a large academic center which educates smaller hospitals in Portland, Oregon. According to Susan Tolle, director of the Center for Ethics in Health Care at OHSU, their main goal is not to keep smaller institutions needing them, but instead they are helping them to strengthen their capabilities and locality.


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