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Research funding on the rise at the WSU College of Nursing

Research funding continues to grow

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7 questions for incoming WSU College of Nursing Dean Mary Koithan

7 Questions
for Dr. Mary Koithan

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DNP program attains Top 25 ranking

Doctor of Nursing Practice program
ranked in Top 25 nationally

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  • clinician using telehealth Telehealth class added to nurse practitioner training

    Nurse practitioner students at the Washington State University College of Nursing received special training this summer in seeing patients via telehealth.

    The use of telehealth has skyrocketed during the pandemic. As with many pandemic-driven technology changes, it’s expected that telehealth will continue to be a larger part of clinical care in the future.

    WSU was already developing telehealth education for Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) students under a federal grant received last year, said Anne Mason, associate dean for graduate education and director of the DNP program.

    When the pandemic hit, many of the college’s clinical partners turned to telehealth to provide at least some … » More …

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  • photo of nursing building in Spokane Research funding on the rise at the WSU College of Nursing

    Research funding took another jump at the Washington State University College of Nursing last year.

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  • portrait of a woman wearing a mask Cloth mask tested by WSU nursing faculty could offer more protection

    Two faculty members at the Washington State University College of Nursing are testing a fabric mask made with a filter available at big-box stores as an alternative to sometimes-scarce N95 masks.

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