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Nursing advocacy in action

WSU nursing students
learn advocacy in Olympia

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Students reach out to East Central agencies

Students use grants to help
East Central neighborhood

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People + pets clinic helps all involved

People + pets = learning

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Celebrating 50 years of impact

50 Years of Impact

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With more than three million members, nurses represent the largest segment of healthcare in the U.S. This group has the voice, intellect, and vision to transform the future of healthcare delivery, nursing education, and leadership both in Washington state and abroad. We invite you to join us.

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  • Chihuahua dressed as a lamb. Spread the word, Healthy People + Healthy Pets is back

    The WSU College of Nursing and the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine will hold their third Healthy People + Healthy Pets clinic on Feb. 22 in Spokane.

    The clinic offers free immunizations, health screenings and simple treatments for homeless and low-income people and their pets, thanks to students, faculty, and the support of organizations like the MultiCare Community Partnership Fund and the Denice Murphy Community Nursing Endowment.

    Please help us spread the word:

    Location: WSU Veterinary Specialty Teaching Clinic, 218 E. Spokane Falls Boulevard (WSU Health Sciences Spokane campus) 

    Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. , no appointment needed

    Services: Immunizations, health screenings, simple … » More …

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  • campus with snow WSU Spokane CLOSED Tuesday, Feb. 12

    WSU Spokane and EWU Spokane are both closed today, Tuesday, Feb. 12, for inclement weather.

    WSU Tri-Cities is on a two-hour delay. We will update other sites as we learn of them.

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  • portrait Girma Admasu, DNP student: “I know how it feels not having enough health care”

    When Girma Admasu graduates from the Washington State University College of Nursing with his Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree, he’ll have the skills and knowledge to become a family nurse practitioner, one of the most sought-after health care professions in the nation. 

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