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2009 Face Conference Welcome Packet Final

  1. 1. 3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd, L606 Portland OR 97239-3098 503.494.2281 Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) Program 2009 Annual Meeting May 12 – May 14 Oregon-FACE would like to take this opportunity to welcome you the 2009 FACE Annual Conference. We are pleased to host the conference this year and would like to acquaint you with conference logistics and the City of Portland. Please take a few moments to read the following information. Hotel Information Address: 2115 SW River Parkway Portland, OR 97201 503.552.9500 http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/pdxri-residence-inn- portland-downtown-riverplace/ Arrival Information to Residence Inn Portland Downtown/RiverPlace: Residence Inn Portland Downtown/RiverPlace • Radio Cab Company 503.227.1212 • Broadway Cab, Inc. 503.227.0877, 800.248.TAXI Estimated, one-way, taxi fare from Portland Airport (PDX): $35.00
  2. 2. Driving Directions from Portland Airport (PDX): On Airport Way, follow signs to I-205 S. Follow I-205 S to Exit 21B, I-84 W to Portland. Follow signs to I-5 S, cross over Marquam Bridge following signs to City Center/Beaverton (the two left lanes). Take the first exit 1B for 4th Ave. Turn right on Harrison Street. Follow Harrison until it turns into SW River Parkway. The hotel is on your right side at the end of River Parkway. Driving Directions From I-5 S: On I-5 S, cross over Marquam Bridge following signs to City Center/Beaverton (the two left lanes). Take the first exit 1B for 4th Ave. Turn right on Harrison Street. Follow Harrison until it turns into SW River Parkway. The hotel is on your right side at the end of River Parkway. Public Transit from Portland Airport (PDX): Board MAX Red Line to City Center & Beaverton TC. Exit at Galleria/SW 10th Ave MAX Station. Walk one block west to SW 11th Ave. Turn left at SW 11th Ave and proceed 2 blocks to SW 11th/Taylor to the Portland Streetcar stop. Take the South Waterfront streetcar and exit at SW River Parkway/Moody. Proceed east to Residence Inn Portland Portland Streetcar Downtown/RiverPlace. The hotel is on your right side at the end of River Parkway. Additional Public Transportation Information and Maps: Fares: Listed below are current TriMet fares valid on buses, MAX Light Rail, WES Commuter Rail and Portland Streetcar. If your trip begins and ends within Fareless Square, you can ride for free. • Adult 2-zone, 2-hour ticket $2.30 • Adult 2-zone, 7-day pass $19.50 Center for Research on Occupational and Environmental Toxicology Oregon Health and Science University 503.494.4273 http://www.cweb.com/ http://www.ohsu.edu/croet/
  3. 3. Maps: • Trip planner for help with transit routes http://trimet.org/go/cgi-bin/plantrip.cgi • Interactive Trimet system map http://ride.trimet.org/ • MAX Light Rail System Map http://trimet.org/schedules/maps/maxsystem.htm • Portland Streetcar Map http://trimet.org/pdfs/maps/r193.pdf • Fareless Square Map http://trimet.org/fares/farelessmap.htm • Walking map of Portland http://www.powells.com/pdf/portland_walking_map.pdf Center for Research on Occupational and Environmental Toxicology Oregon Health and Science University 503.494.4273 http://www.cweb.com/ http://www.ohsu.edu/croet/
  4. 4. Welcome Reception Oregon Health and Science University Doernbecher Children’s Hospital Very Conference Center, 11th floor Monday, May 11, 2009 6-9PM Directions to Reception from Residence Inn Portland Downtown/RiverPlace: Exit west from Residence Inn Portland Downtown/RiverPlace and proceed to the Portland Streetcar SW River Parkway/Moody stop. Take the South Waterfront streetcar and exit the next stop at OHSU Center for Health and Healing (approximately 5 minutes). Walk east to the Portland Aerial Tram. Purchase roundtrip tickets at the machines located at the base of the tram. Fare is $4 and the machines only accept credit/debit and coins, not cash. The weekday hours of operation for the tram are from 5:30AM to 9:30PM. More information about the tram is found at http://www.portlandtram.org/. OHSU Center for Health and Healing Portland Aerial Tram Ride the Portland Aerial Tram to Marquam Hill. As you exit the tram, you will proceed through the doors and find an OR-FACE representative available to escort you to the reception. Escorts begin at 5:45PM and are available every 5 minutes until 6:00PM. If you happen to come to the reception late or miss an OR- FACE representative, you can exit the Portland Aerial Tram and follow the OHSU Hospital/Admitting signs leading to the main part of the OHSU Hospital. After walking through the hallway, turn left and follow the signs to Doernbecher. Take the right breezeway on the 9th floor where the VA and Doernbecher split. As you head straight, proceed to the elevators that are located at the very end of the hallway (NOT to be confused with the elevators that are located in the center of the hallway next to the Kangaroo icon). The elevators located at the end of the hallway on the 9th floor will take you up to the VEY Conference Center on the 11th Floor. Center for Research on Occupational and Environmental Toxicology Oregon Health and Science University 503.494.4273 http://www.cweb.com/ http://www.ohsu.edu/croet/
  5. 5. Conference Information Tuesday, May 12, 2009 Child Development and Rehabilitation Center (CDRC) 3200 8AM-5PM Directions to CDRC: Take the Portland Aerial Tram to Marquam Hill. Exit the tram and follow the OHSU Hospital/Admitting signs leading to the main part of the OHSU Hospital. After walking through the hallway, turn left and follow the signs to Doernbecher. Take the right breezeway on the 9th floor where the VA and Doernbecher split. As you head straight, proceed to the elevators that are located at the very end of the hallway (NOT to be confused with the elevators that are located in the center of the hallway next to the Kangaroo icon). Take the elevator to the 10th floor and exit left outside. Take the ramp straight ahead and walk until you reach doors to your left. Enter the doors, walk through the corridor and find an elevator on your right. Take the elevator to the 3rd floor. Exit right to CDRC 3200. • Map of OHSU campus http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/about/visiting/locations/upload/parking_map-01-27- 09.pdf Where to Eat on Marquam Hill: Marquam Café Open 24-hours a day, 7-days a week OHSU Hospital, 3rd floor Marquam Café Plaza 6:30AM– 2PM, Monday to Friday Hatfield Research Building, 9th floor Marquam Buffalo Café 7 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday to Friday CDRC Building, 2nd floor Marquam Café 20/20 7:30AM – 9:30AM and11AM – 2PM, Monday to Friday Casey Eye Institute, 1st floor Mackenzie Hall Café 6:30AM– 3PM, Monday to Friday Mackenzie Hall, 1st floor Center for Research on Occupational and Environmental Toxicology Oregon Health and Science University 503.494.4273 http://www.cweb.com/ http://www.ohsu.edu/croet/
  6. 6. Doernbecher Starbucks 5AM– 8PM, Monday to Friday 1st floor lobby, Doernbecher Hospital Off-Campus Close-In Slice of Heaven 907 SW Gibbs 503.973.5907 Pizza, bento, salad/soup 11AM – 8PM, Monday to Friday Sushi Takahaski 2 2415 SW 5th Avenue 503.219.9027Lunch, Monday to Friday: 11AM– 2PM Dinner, Monday to Friday: 5- 9PM Conference Information Wednesday, May 13, 2009 Thursday, May 14, 2009 OHSU Center for Health and Healing (CHH) 12181 Directions to CHH from Residence Inn Portland Downtown/Riverplace: Exit west from Residence Inn Portland Downtown/RiverPlace and proceed to the Portland Streetcar SW River Parkway/Moody stop. Take the South Waterfront streetcar and exit the next stop at OHSU Center for Health and Healing (approximately 5 minutes). Enter the building to the right of the Portland Aerial Tram. Walk straight ahead to the elevators and take one to the 12th floor. Exit elevator to the right and take an immediate right. Pass Orthopedics and make a left at the end of the hall. You will find CHH 12181 on your left. • Map of South Waterfront http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/about/visiting/locations/upload/chh100506map.pdf Where to Eat at the Center for Health and Healing: daily café 7AM– 5PM, Monday to Friday Center for Research on Occupational and Environmental Toxicology Oregon Health and Science University 503.494.4273 http://www.cweb.com/ http://www.ohsu.edu/croet/
  7. 7. Coffee Bar 6:30AM– 4:30PM, Monday to Friday Le Hana Japanese Bar & Grill 3500 SW River Parkway Bella Expresso 3580 SW River Parkway 503.467.7532 www.bella-expresso.com Sandwiches, soups, salads Lunch (call ahead and pre-order to have it waiting) Dinner Information Tuesday, May 12, 2009 5:45 – 8PM McCormick & Schmick's Harborside at the Marina 0309 SW Montgomery Portland, OR 97201 503.220.1865 http://www.mccormickandschmicks.com/locations/portland-oregon/portland-oregon/swmontgomery.aspx Walking Directions from Residence Inn Portland Downtown/RiverPlace (0.3 miles): Head west on SW River Parkway toward SW Moody Ave. Turn right at SW River Dr. Turn left at SW Montgomery St. Turn left to stay on SW Montgomery St. http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&source=s_d&saddr=2115+SW+River+Parkway+portland+or&daddr=309+SW+Montgomery+St,+ Portland,+OR+97201+(McCormick+%26+Schmick's:+McCormick+%26+Schmick's+Harborside+at+the+Marina)&hl=en&geocode=% 3BCapn2ox9BOARFcFrtgIdpCWw-CEUALIt5drItg&mra=pe&mrcr=0&dirflg=w&sll=45.514578,- 122.678134&sspn=0.026523,0.05373&ie=UTF8&z=17 Center for Research on Occupational and Environmental Toxicology Oregon Health and Science University 503.494.4273 http://www.cweb.com/ http://www.ohsu.edu/croet/
  8. 8. Dinner Information Wednesday, May 13, 2009 6PM Bridgeport Brewing Co. 1313 NW Marshall St Portland OR 503.241.3612 http://www.bridgeportbrew.com/ Directions from Residence Inn Portland Downtown/RiverPlace: Exit west from Residence Inn Portland Downtown/RiverPlace and proceed to the Portland Streetcar SW River Parkway/Moody stop. Take the NW23rd Ave/Good Samaritan Hospital streetcar for approximately 30 minutes and exit at NW 14th Ave/Northrup stop. To enter the restaurant, turn left on NW 14th Ave and left on NW Marshall St. http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=bridgeport+breweing+co+portland+or&sll=45.527772,- 122.68482&sspn=0.006629,0.013433&gl=us&ie=UTF8&ll=45.535123,-122.678318&spn=0.013257,0.026865&z=15&iwloc=B After-Dinner Social Information Wednesday, May 13, 2009 8PM Rogue Distillery and Public House 1339 NW Flanders St Portland, OR (503) 222-5910 http://www.rogue.com/ Directions to Rogue Distillery and Public House from Bridgeport: Walk one block south from Bridgeport to NW 13th Ave/Lovejoy. Take the South Waterfront streetcar to NW 11th/Everett. Walk 2 blocks west to NW 13th Ave and turn right. Walk to NW Flanders and 13th Ave. http://maps.google.com/maps?oe=utf-8&client=firefox- a&ie=UTF8&q=rogue+distillery+and+public+house&near=Portland,+OR&fb=1&split=1&gl=us&cid=0,0,8037224471302468393&ei= UEIDSvT3KJ_utQPWurHxAQ&ll=45.527772,-122.68482&spn=0.006629,0.013433&z=16&iwloc=A Center for Research on Occupational and Environmental Toxicology Oregon Health and Science University 503.494.4273 http://www.cweb.com/ http://www.ohsu.edu/croet/
  9. 9. Portland Information Portland, home of Oregon Health & Science University, is a city of bridges, hills, flowers and forests. The Columbia River separates Portland from Washington, its neighbor to the north. The Willamette River runs through the city and provides many opportunities for recreational diversions. Portland is well known for its abundant offering of outdoor activities due to the close proximity of the Columbia River Gorge, the Mt. Hood forest system and the Oregon beaches - all within a short drive. • Visiting Portland http://www.travelportland.com/ http://www.bostonherald.com/entertainment/travel/view.bg?articleid=1162769 http://travel.nytimes.com/2007/04/15/travel/15hours.html • Visiting Oregon http://www.traveloregon.com/ Sites Accessible from the Portland Streetcar: Safeway Food and Drug Exit west from the Residence Inn Portland Downtown/RiverPlace and proceed to the Portland Streetcar SW River Parkway/Moody stop. Take the NW 23rd Ave/Good Samaritan Hospital streetcar for approximately 15 minutes and exit at SW 10th Ave/Columbia (Art Museum) stop. Powell’s City of Books 1005 W. Burnside Exit west from the Residence Inn Portland Downtown/RiverPlace and proceed to the Portland Streetcar SW River Parkway/Moody stop. Take the NW 23rd Ave/Good Samaritan Hospital streetcar for approximately 20 minutes and exit at SW 10th Ave/Couch stop. Center for Research on Occupational and Environmental Toxicology Oregon Health and Science University 503.494.4273 http://www.cweb.com/ http://www.ohsu.edu/croet/
  10. 10. NW 23rd Ave This major shopping street is lined with swanky clothing boutiques and other upscale retail, mixed with cafes and restaurants. This area is also known as Uptown (particularly its southern end near W Burnside St.) and includes Nob Hill (centered on NW 23rd Ave. and NW Lovejoy St.). NW 21st Ave A dining and entertainment destination, with popular restaurants, an independent film theater, and numerous bars, pubs, and nightclubs. Alphabet Historic District An area zoned for historic preservation running roughly from NW 24th Ave. to NW 17th Ave., and from NW Lovejoy St. to W Burnside St. It is named for the alphabetical progression of street names in the area. Pearl District An area of former warehouses, light industrial and railroad classification yards in Portland now noted for its art galleries upscale businesses and residences. The area has been undergoing significant urban renewal since the late 1990s. The area is located just north of downtown between West Burnside Street on the south, the Willamette River on the north, NW Broadway on the east and I-405 on the west. The district includes most of the historic North Park Blocks (1869), as well as two recently developed, highly innovative public plazas: Jamison Square (2002) is built around a fountain that simulates a tidal pool (very popular with toddlers) that is periodically filled by artificial waterfalls and then drained into grating. Tanner Springs Park (2005) is a recreated natural area featuring wetlands, a walking trail, and creek. Center for Research on Occupational and Environmental Toxicology Oregon Health and Science University 503.494.4273 http://www.cweb.com/ http://www.ohsu.edu/croet/

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