The Office of Diversity, Health Justice, and Belonging invites you to the second annual WSU College of Medicine Inclusive Excellence Scholar in Residence on May 11-12.
The event will consist of a series of sessions designed to be interconnected, sequenced, and grounded in the college mission. This year’s program will feature advocates, activists, clinicians/practitioners, scholars, and artists grounded in the theme Health Justice and Belonging.
Stand Against Racism 2021: Addressing Racism As A Public Health Crisis
» Register online This year, YWCA Spokane’s courageous conversation will align with YWCA USA’s national theme – From Declarations to Change: Addressing Racism as a Public Health Crisis.
What: YWCA Spokane’s Annual Stand Against Racism When: Thursday, April 22, 2021 | 5:30pm – 7:00pm 5:30pm – 6:00pm Celebrate Local Artists 6:00pm – 7:00pm Panel Discussion Where: Virtual event, link to access will be provided the day before the event. Cost: Free and open to the public (registration required) Questions:SAR@ywcaspokane.org | 509.789.9304 Share: #standagainstracism
Faculty – please encourage your students to attend this free virtual event this afternoon at 4:00 PM. All students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend.
Finding Your Strength – at the Bedside and Beyond
Wednesday, April 7, 2021 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Zach Smith (BSN ‘09), RN Zach Smith, BSN, RN, graduated from the WSU College of Nursing in 2009 right as the Great Recession was peaking and new grad jobs were disappearing. This led to a 6-year bedside career with stints in a SNF, ICU, Adult MedSurg, and Pediatrics, only to be followed by a career in nursing beyond the … » More …
Presenter: Dr. Tracy Klein, PhD, ARNP and Dr. Daniel Hartung, PharmD, MPH
Title: Expanding Prescriptive Authority to APRNs for Buprenorphine: Acquisition, Access, and Impact
Description: This presentation is part of a three-part study of prescription drug monitoring state data to examine how expansion of federal prescribing law increased access to buprenorphine, focusing on very rural Oregon counties. Future studies will identify predictors of expanded authority acquisition as well as any subsequent impact on co-prescribing of other controlled substances.
“COVID-19 Knowledge and Preventive Practices Related to Source of Information at the Start of U.S. Lockdowns” Julia Damon Summary: This thesis project examines how the source of information effects an individual’s level of knowledge related to COVID-19 and in turn, the adoption of proper preventive practices. Advisor: Janessa Graves Evaluator: Tulla Landis Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/93728671838 Meeting ID: 937 2867 1838
Wednesday, March 31 at 4pm
“School Lunch Programs and Food Insecurity: Washington State School District Response to COVID-19 Pandemic” Vanessa Tav Summary: This honors thesis reviews the effectiveness … » More …