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We care about your ability to be healthy and successful people which includes so much more than just your student identity. As always, if you are struggling to manage all your priorities please reach out to an advisor and we will help you find and access the resources you need in order to be successful. Please note that things are changing rapidly and we will do our best to keep this list of resources updated. The weeks ahead feel uncertain and present challenges that we have not encountered before but we are still a pharmily. Please lean on each other (metaphorically since we encourage you to maintain your social distance) and remember that there are many people and resources available to you during this time.
If you have questions about how a particular course is going to be run, please contact the course coordinator.
If you have questions about the curriculum in general please contact Dr. DeLander (email@example.com)
For questions regarding your IPPE or APPE rotations, please contact Dr. Juancho Ramirez (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please reach out to Angela Austin (email@example.com) or Eliza Allison (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions that are not related to courses or would like to discuss any non-academic concerns. Angela and Eliza can assist with referring you to appropriate resources and discussing any concerns you may be experiencing.
Each week on Monday, Eliza and Angela will send out an email to all students with their schedule of virtual office hours and information on how to schedule an appointment or get in touch with them.
The short answer is yes. Since all courses for Spring term will be delivered remotely you may choose to move. Please make sure you are remaining aware of any class meetings that maybe taking place at specific meeting times. Please utilize the OSU Keep Learning Website to ensure that you have the tools to be successful through remote learning.
As a member of the OSU community, you have access to Zoom as a part of your suite of tools. OSU has created several resources to help you run the Zoom system (see the link below). Remember that you will need to log in with your ONID through the single-sign on. You have the ability to join meetings and also create and host your own meeting through Zoom.
You may change how your name is displayed in the directory and across many OSU systems. 4 pre-defined formats are available for you to choose from, including one without your middle name. To use the new display name format tool:
It can take 15 minutes or more for the change to propagate through all of the systems for display.
CAPS on-call clinic will continue to operate regular hours:
All scheduled appointments will be provided through Zoom
24 Hour Crisis line: (541) 737-2131
If you are existing CAPS client and have any questions about these adjustments, please contact your therapist directly.
If you are located on the Portland campus, you can request primary care or behavioral health appointment via your MyChart or by calling (503) 494-8665, Option 1
Virtual visits are available now for patients whose concerns can be appropriately managed through telemedicine
Behavioral Health is still accepting new patients as normal and they do not anticipate having a wait list at this time.
Crisis care is available by calling (503) 494-8665, Option 1
Michael Matheny, OHSU's Financial Advisor, is available for student appointments for any Pharm.D. student who would like to discuss their financial circumstances and goals. You can schedule a phone appointment by emailing him with 2-3 appointment time preferences: email@example.com.
Mike also suggests a few financial resources below regarding federal student loans, financial investments, and general finance self-education.
The City of Portland keeps a list of places you can get food boxes and hot meals
The Oregon Food Bank has a food finder tool that should help you find a food pantry near you
Comcast is offering 60 days of free internet for new customers who qualify and will not disconnect or assess late fees if you contact them. Xfinity also opened its hotspots up to anybody.
Spectrum is offering 60 days of free internet for new customers. Specturm also opened their hotspots up to anybody.
Public libraries are closing but you can access movies, audiobooks, magazines, electronic books, and databases through their websites and many of them are allowing people to apply for new cards online during their closures
This Good Housekeeping article lists out 25+ other at home fitness options.
Since the outbreak of COVID19, there have been increased numbers of bias incidents directed at Asian members of our community. As future healthcare providers, it is part of your responsibility to not spread misinformation or allow for bias incidents to continue in our community.
Please take a look at some of the resources offered by OSU, OHSU, and the CDC regarding coping with anxiety and stress.
Netflix Party is a Google Chrome extension that allows you to watch Netflix with friends and chat while not being in the same room
Many artists are performing virtual concerts and NPR is keeping an updated list of upcoming concerts
Find some of your favorite people on instagram and facebook and see if they're hosting concerts, cooking lessons, dance parties, Q&A's, or fitness classes through livestreaming.
We created a fun new Instagram account where we have been collecting and sharing all the happy things we can find. Please send us pictures via Instagram direct message of cute animals, random acts of kindness, and heartwarming stories.
In short, anything with 720p resolutions will likely work for Zoom calls, and adding picture in picture to lecture capture.
Headsets and Headphones
You really need these. First off you won’t be annoying folks around you. Secondly, you’ll hear much better. I have been using Logitech headsets for a decade or more, they offer a wide range of options. Basic no-frills to high-end wireless.