Healthy Aging Conference – Postponed In consideration of the health and well-being of the community, the Healthy Aging Conference, originally set for this Saturday, March 14 on the WSU Health Sciences Spokane campus, has been postponed.
The Healthy Aging partners are committed to the safety and well-being of others to lessen and shorten any health impacts from COVID-19. The Healthy Aging Conference is hoping to reschedule in October.
Contact Chris McFaul of Horizon Hospice at 509-489-4581 with any questions.
Spring Festival on March 20 – Postponed The Spring Festival, scheduled for March 20 and hosted by the campus Wellness Collaborative, has been postponed.
In consideration of the health and well-being of attendees as the university continues to keep a close eye on circumstances related to COVID-19, there will be a change of format for the Inland Northwest Research Symposium scheduled for March 27.
The event will not be held in-person, yet organizers are hopeful they can still execute on many activities virtually and make them available to view at your convenience.
The keynote address, Enhancing Human Health and Nutrition from Soil to Society, by Kevin Murphy, PhD, and Julianne Kellogg, will be recorded and organizers are exploring options to live stream the presentation. All posters will be available online, with … » More …
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WSU Health Sciences Spokane is hosting the 2020 Health Aging Conference on Saturday, March 14, from 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., in the Academic Center (SAC). This day long event will focus on educating and empowering caregivers and those that are retirement age and beyond with one hour aging related sessions.
Memory Concerns Caregiver Support Movement, Safety and Frailty Geriatric Medical Issues Maintaining Patient Choices Legal and Financial Issues Insurance & Veterans Benefits Dental Options Levels of Care Residence Transitions
The event is free and open to the public. All guests must register … » More …
THE LIVED EXPERIENCES OF HIGHLY MOBILE MILITARY ADOLESCENTS AND THEIR SEARCH FOR IDENTITY
Dissertation Chair: Dr. Denise A. Smart, DrPH,MPH, BSN, RN, NHDP-BC
Military children face challenging experiences that can have a direct impact on their identity development in adolescence. Among these challenges are frequent relocations that require them to part from established peer relationships and integrate into new social settings during times when … » More …