Interested in helping stock the Campus Pantry and donating to your favorite student group at the same time? There’s a fierce competition occurring this week between students in the different disciplines to see who can gather the most donations for the Campus Pantry. The winner will get the Campus Pantry Traveling Trophy, says Brajee Green, an NEP student and this year’s pantry president.
Each of the disciplines have collection boxes in their respective classroom buildings but a box for each group is also in the SAC Lobby.
The pantry is most in need of brown rice, whole wheat paste, spaghetti sauce, dried beans, canned bean, … » More …
The College of Nursing has launched a new Facebook group called WSU Nurse Practitioners, but all are invited to join. We hope to make this a go-to source of information for NPs in the region. Please give it a look!
Nursing student Jasmine Sharifi demonstrated how to peel open a sterile pack of swabs and flip them forward onto a mat.
“You’re trying to flip them into your sterile field without crossing over it,” she explained, adding, “the first time I did it they flew across the sterile field and hit my partner.”
About 10 students from Oroville Middle-High School and Tonasket High School practiced the flipping technique with various objects, then worked with IVs – using golf tees instead of needles – during a visit to the WSU College of Nursing Tuesday. » More …
We have an urgent need for donations of new or gently used pet supplies to distribute to homeless and low-income pet owners at a Healthy People + Healthy Pets clinic in late January. The clinic is sponsored by the WSU College of Nursing and the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine, and will provide health screenings and vaccinations for pets and their people. We’ve been told to expect 98 percent dogs and 2 percent cats, and that dog sizes are mostly either large (like pit bulls) or very small (like chihuahuas).
Bags of dog food – large bags that can be divided … » More …