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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 […]

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: […]

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 […]

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 […]

You’re invited to the inaugural Butterfield Upstream Fund event

You’re Invited   Join WSU for the inaugural Butterfield Upstream Event.      The Butterfield Upstream Fund honors those who have significantly improved public and environmental health throughout Washington state. It was created in honor of Patricia Butterfield’s leadership, service, and research as dean at Washington State University College of Nursing. Please join us to […]

Faculty, grad students invited to holistic care panel discussion

The Health Sciences Research Roundtable of Eastern Washington is hosting a panel discussion titled “Holistic Care for the Whole Community: Successes and Challenges of Innovative Care Models.” WSU College of Nursing faculty and graduate students are invited to attend this virtual event. Community experts will explore the successes, challenges and research questions regarding the emerging […]

New resources added to DEI page

Two new resources for improving anti-racism and inclusion in higher ed have been added to the DEI page of our website. These links come to us courtesy of Trymaine Gaither, Special Assistant to the Provost for Inclusive Excellence, and David Garcia, Assistant Dean for Health Equity and Inclusion at the College of Medicine: Resources The […]