Visit the College of Nursing Grant and Funding Opportunities page to see opportunities: https://emailwsu.sharepoint.com/sites/Nursing/SitePages/Grant-and-Funding-Opportunities.aspx.
Michelle Closner, Tuesday June 15, 2021
8:00 am; Zoom: https://wsu.zoom.us/j/97819423070?pwd=YnNBdEpvdWwzcTlJdXJlTm55bmJVQT09
“How Will We Tell Them?” Revealing a Parent’s Cancer Diagnosis to Children
Evan Black, Wednesday, June 30, 2021
10 am-12 noon; Zoom: https://wsu.zoom.us/j/98531009513?pwd=YjVVUkdrMXUzeEVZb1dxSzBJcUpBQT09
Advance Care Planning: Giving Patients a Voice When They Have None
Over the last two years, Faculty Senate has partnered with ITS and AOI on the transition from Blackboard to the Canvas Learning Management System. We want to make sure faculty have sufficient time and help to migrate to Canvas before August 21, 2021. After August 21, 2021, Blackboard course material will no longer be accessible.
If you need assistance creating your Canvas course, contact your department or campus course scheduler. If you need assistance moving your Blackboard courses to Canvas, contact email@example.com.
Dr. Shelly Fritz’s work on smart homes for healthcare was mentioned in several publications, including the Spokesman-Review: https://www.spokesman.com/stories/2021/jun/03/wsu-gonzaga-researchers-look-at-home-devices-that-/
Spokane campus photographer Cori Kogan has the following portrait sessions scheduled in June and July. Note: she will not be holding portrait sessions in August.
Monday, June 21, 9-1: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0e45a4ae23a7fb6-june
Monday, July 12 12-3: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0E45A4AE23A7FB6-july
Creating a culture of inclusive excellence and ensuring that our students are prepared to practice in an increasingly diverse world and competent to address issues structural racism and health equity is a critical priority for the College of Nursing and the WSU Health Sciences. I encourage you to read this report from the Academy of Nursing highlighting the profession’s role and obligation to be activists to create a socially just healthcare system.
The Office of Nursing Research & Scholarship would like to collect and share your research and scholarship accomplishments. We will be requesting information on a monthly basis to share with multiple stakeholders, including each other, alum, donors, and WSU leadership. Examples might include publications, grant successes, and new collaborations. Please help us celebrate our nursing scholarship by filling out this short form: https://nursing.wsu.edu/research-and-scholarship-accomplishments .
The researchers want to interview part time faculty that have completed at least one semester of teaching, but not more than 2 years/4 semesters for a study called: The Lived Experience of Novice Part-time faculty: A qualitative study.
The S2 class, graduating Fall 2021, is having a College of Nursing clothing fundraiser. You can order online at: https://www.estoresbyzome.com/wsu_nursing.php?p_typeid=13466 Please share this link with anyone you think would be interested to help support our students. Deadline to order is July 5.
Dr. Anne Mason is one of two experts quoted in the “Guide to Telehealth and Remote Nursing for NPs” on the NPSchools.com website. Such websites are a common resource for prospective students.
You no longer need to request permission in advance to come to the Spokane nursing building. Please continue to fill out the attestation before coming and wear a mask while in the building until the university announces different guidelines.
Our WSU Tri-Cities students were featured in a story on KVEW this week. They secured funding from the Kadlec Foundation to donate iPads to two clinics to assist with translation and interpretation services.
Dr. Phyllis Eide recently was one of 10 people from around the country invited to take part in a roundtable session with the Yale Center for Environmental Communication. The purpose was to identify untold stories on climate change and health. Participants were a diverse group representing academia, healthcare professions and the Navajo Nation. The Yale Center produces “Climate Connections,” a nationally syndicated daily radio program. Dr. Eide was featured in a radio segment last year on the role that nurses can play in climate action. “We would find your perspective valuable,” the Yale Center wrote in inviting her to take part in the roundtable.<br ... » More …
Dr. Marian Wilson will present a webinar on “Non-Pharmacological Pain Management Essentials” sponsored by the Center for Rural Opioid Prevention, Treatment and Recovery and the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine.
She will discuss effective pain assessment and treatment for primary care and opioid use disorder treatment settings, and share strategies to improve the identification and management of pain.
The one-hour session meets the criteria for up to 1 hour of Category I CME credit to satisfy the re-licensure requirements of the Washington State Medical Quality Assurance Commission.
May 25, 2021
11 AM – 12 PM
Registration required: http://bit.ly/wsu-painmngt