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Claire Richards to speak at healthy-buildings event

Assistant Professor Claire Richards is one of two guest speakers at an event co-hosted by The Lands Council and Climate Solutions called Moving to Pollution Free Buildings – Electrifying the Pacific NW. The event takes place Tuesday, June 28 from 6-7:15 pm via Zoom. Richards, a member of WA Physicians for Social Responsibility, will be joined […]

WSU faculty invited to Public Health Research Symposium

All WSU faculty are invited to a day-long symposium featuring timely conversations exploring the vast array of research activities occurring on public health topics across the WSU system. Date: Aug. 26, 2022 Time: 10 am-3 pm Location: WSU Health Sciences Spokane/Virtual Participants will explore strengths and gaps within current WSU research activities designed to expand […]

6th Annual Providence Nurse Research Conference: Partnering for a Healthier Workforce and Community

Join Providence for its annual Providence Nurse Research Conference, a two-day virtual event that will include a panel discussion with Dr. Marian Wilson and some collaborative WSU-Providence research on nurses’ health. The virtual sessions are June 24 and June 27 from 8 am to 3:30 pm. Nursing contact hours are available for each session you […]

Pat Carrick will deliver Interprofessional Visiting Professor Talk

The Collaboration for InterProfessional Health Education Research & Scholarship (CIPHERS) invites you to their Interprofessional Visiting Professor Talk: Stories along the Checkered Path from Interprofessional Healthcare to Confronting Colonial Models of Humanitarian Medical Aide Patricia Carrick, FNP Vice-President, Doctors Without Borders/Medicins Sans Frontieres Pat Carrick is a nationally certified Family Nurse Practitioner. For the past […]

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3-part webinar on Dementia Care for health professionals to be offered in May

Providence, the Alzheimer’s Association and Inland Imaging are teaming up to sponsor a 3-part webinar series called “Dementia Care: Diagnosis, Planning & Partnerships.” The series is offered via Zoom on three consecutive Thursdays in May, and is free to attend. The sessions are from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Session 1 – May 5: “Dementia in Primary Care: […]

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Johns Hopkins seeks site nurse, health assistant for summer program in Seattle

Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Talented Youth (CTY) program will hold a residential summer camp for students from around the globe on the campus of Seattle University. Residential staff include a site nurse and health assistant, both paid positions, for two sessions. For more information on these positions and the goals and structure of the […]

PhD student awarded scholarship to Summer Institute in Statistical Genetics

PhD student Shawna Beese was awarded a 2022 Online Summer Institute in Statistical Genetics (SISG) scholarship from the UW Summer Institute of Biostatistics program.  Beese, an RN, will take courses and be assigned a biostatistics mentor for ongoing support. She is a neighborhood researcher and uses GIS, and successfully proposed that The Institute of Biostatistics’ concepts are […]

Nonprofit offers webinar on prevention of human trafficking for healthcare professionals

What: Human Trafficking 101 for Medical Professionals When: April 20, 6 pm Washington Trafficking Prevention (WTP) is offering a free educational opportunity for healthcare providers. WTP is a survivor-led nonprofit with a mission to prevent human trafficking in Washington State through education and empowerment. This session will educate future healthcare providers on the health implications of […]

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New nursing podcast from RWJF

Hosted by critical care nurse practitioner Nacole Riccaboni, SHIFT Talk is a podcast ‘for nurses, by nurses,’ where nurses ‘get real’ about nursing. Episodes tackle tough subjects in ways that inform and inspire, like: Black maternal health disparities; how nurses can make a difference in healthcare equity; and what’s possible when policymakers and nurses collaborate. Visit for […]