The Institute on Development and Disability (IDD) at OHSU is Oregons leading academic health organization working to improve the lives of individuals with disabilities through state-of-the-art patient care, innovative scholarship, statewide public health efforts, and advocacy. In addition to a robust clinical enterprise, the IDD sponsors a University Center of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities; extensive training initiatives, including a federally funded interdisciplinary training program (LEND) as well as several accredited discipline-specific training programs; Oregons Title V program for youth with special health needs; Oregons Office on Disability and Health; and several other research centers and programs. The Institute successfully secures approximately $10 million annually in extramural funds to support sponsored projects.
The duties of this position include:
Demonstrating Core Competencies expected of all OHSU employees in the areas of Accountability, Integrity, Diversity, Respect, Service Orientation, Teamwork and Collaboration, and Communication. Complies with OHSU policies related to Code of conduct, Respect in the workplace, and all applicable policies, procedures and agreements related to position, department or OHSU as a whole.
Providing Developmental Pediatrics and Neurology care to children with neurodevelopmental disabilities and complex special health care needs at CDRC, including:
Child Development clinics
Providing cross coverage for selected clinics at CDRC and outreach site.
Participating in interdisciplinary diagnostic evaluations in the CDRC Child Development Clinics and making recommendations for further diagnostic testing, treatment and ongoing medical management of identified conditions.
Specific responsibilities including completion of chart reviews, comprehensive histories, conducting physical and developmental-behavioral examinations, developmental testing, participation in team staffings, provision of parent education/counseling regarding behavioral or developmental diagnoses, and preparation of clinical reports.
Academic research and teaching effort:
Collaborate with other areas on campus to become involved with research and/or teaching in areas of interest
M.D. or D.O. Degree
Board Eligible/Certified in Pediatrics.
Completed Residency or Fellowship in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities or Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics.
Board eligible/certified in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities or Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics.
Experience working in interdisciplinary settings.
Demonstrated interest in scholarly activities.
Eligibility for Oregon Medical License.
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