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News Release
State Trauma Advisory Board meets April 12 in Portland - 04/09/19

April 9, 2019

Media Contact: Delia Hernández, 503-422-7179, phd.communications@dhsoha.state.or.us

State Trauma Advisory Board meets April 12 in Portland

What: A public meeting of the Oregon State Trauma Advisory Board (STAB).

Agenda: Case presentation; discuss “Oregon Stop the Bleed” program; future state trauma hospital surveys; Oregon trauma registry data.

When: Friday, April 12, 1-4:30 p.m.

Where: Portland State Office Building, Room 1B, 800 NE Oregon St., Portland. The meeting also is accessible via webinar.

Background: The State Trauma Advisory Board is established under ORS 431 for achieving continuous improvement in the quality of emergency medical services care in Oregon. The committee is made of 18 members appointed by the director of the Oregon Health Authority. 

Program Contact: Stella Rausch-Scott, OHA Public Health Division, 971-673-1322, ausch-Scott@state.or.us">Stella.M.Rausch-Scott@state.or.us.


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