The Slocum Research & Education Foundation’s mission to improve musculoskeletal care across the lifespan through community-based research, education and collaboration. Supporting the development of future healthcare professionals through our annual college scholarship program is one way we work to achieve our mission. The Scholarship Program targets well-rounded students who plan to pursue a career in healthcare, health-related research, public or community health. The purpose of our Scholarship Program is to enable qualified students to pursue their educational goals. A one-time...more
The Slocum Foundation is pleased to jointly sponsor our monthly Orthopedic Journal Club with Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine. Slocum providers and orthopedic providers throughout our community are welcome to attend. Visit our "Education" section for more information.more
Register now for the 23rd Annual Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Update and receive $10.00 off conference fees when using the discount code EARLY10. Discount available for early registration before October 31st only.
Date: Saturday, December 5th
Time: 8:00a - 12:00p, Registration opens at 7:30a.... more
The Slocum Foundation is pleased to announce we are partnering with Drs. Tsai and Ingle at Radiology Associates, P.C. to bring you:
Musculoskeletal Imaging Boot Camp: Practical applications for the primary care provider and allied health professionals
Saturday, December 5th
8:00a - 12:00p
Slocum Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, Eugene, Oregon
Conference registration will open in September.
Please contact the Slocum Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org if...more
Tweens are keeping score, winning prizes and great health benefits with the Verb program.
Springfield, OR —Kids will be spending more time moving and playing in Springfield, Ore., thanks to the Verb campaign this summer. With the growing popularity of summer reading programs, which award kids who read over the summer, the Lane Active Youth Consortium (AYC) is spearheading a program that gives tweens prizes for participating in local activities, running around their neighborhood, and simply playing the park with friends.
More than 500 youth...more
The 2015 college bound high school seniors were our most competitive scholarship pool to date! The Foundation Board was impressed with the high caliber of academic achievement and clear commitment to school and community. After much consideration, we are pleased to announce the 2015 recipients. Each student will receive a one-time $1500 scholarship that will be applied to tuition, books and required supplies.
The Slocum Foundation and Slocum Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine have launched two new Patient and Family Advisory Committees (PFAC). The Committees will promote communication and partnership between patients and caregivers. To read more about our Wrist Fracture and RENEW Total Joint Replacement PFACs, please visit www.slocumfoundation.org/volunteer-a-patient-or-family-advisor-for-slocum.
With the release of the Oregon Ducks football schedule for 2015 we are excited to announce the Duck Parking Fundraiser schedule!
The Slocum Center parking lot is a convenient walk to the University of Oregon’s Autzen Stadium. By choosing to park at Slocum, fans are supporting high school athletic programs and teams.
Interested in helping Slocum and University of Oregon researchers discover better ways to recover after knee surgery? Consider participating in our Amino Acid Supplementation & Total Knee Replacement Research Study funded by the National Institute on Aging, which is one of the National Institutes of Health.
The goal of the research is to determine if providing amino acid supplementation (building blocks for protein) can stimulate recovery and reduce muscle loss after surgery. Our preliminary studies suggest taking essential amino acid supplements...more
The 2014 Healthy Communities Speaker Series presents James F. Sallis, PhD, Professor of Family Medicine, UCSD, and Director of Active Living Research. Join us to learn about the latest research and how local organization are working toward better community health.
October 9, 2014, Lane Community College Downtown Center (101 W 10th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401)
- 5:00p - Reception
- 5:30p - Lecture / Q&A with Dr. Sallis
- 6:30p - Local panel with Dr. Rick Kincade (PeaceHealth), Claire Syrett (Lane Coalition for Healthy Active Youth)...