You are invited to submit an abstract for the 25th WSPHA Annual Conference. This year’s theme is Investing in Our Future: The Changing Landscape of Public Health. Presenting at the conference is a unique opportunity to share your work, network with peers and exchange ideas. We look forward to learning about your projects. For information about becoming a presenter, visit the WSPHA website: http://www.wspha.org/presenter-faq.
This year, the applications for these two programs will be open at the same time.
The Responsive program is designed to address one-time, emergent needs in our seven counties, and any nonprofit serving our region can apply for up to $15,000. Additionally, our Rural Aging Responsive program provides up to $15,000 of funding for a broad range of one-time projects designed to help adults age 60 and over live full, meaningful lives with independence and dignity.
EHF Funding Region Our region includes the counties of Adams, Ferry, Lincoln, Pend Oreille, Spokane, Stevens and Whitman, as well as the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, Kalispel and Spokane Tribal Reservations.
Different than your standard Google search, Google Scholar can be used to cast a wide net to find peer-reviewed scholarly papers. Search across a variety of disciplines to discover e-books, academic articles, court opinions and more to broaden your pool of research. Attend this live online tutorial at 6:30 p.m. on March 8 to find out how Google Scholar can aid your research process and how to access full-text publications you find through Google Scholar.
The keynote speaker at the April 10 Inland Northwest Research Symposium on the WSU Spokane campus will be Erin Flynn-Evans, Ph.D., Director of the NASA Ames Research Center Fatigue Countermeasures Laboratory.
All students, staff, faculty and researchers in the community are invited to attend and submit abstracts.
Location: Waterfront Activities Center of the University of Washington, Great Room
Medical Ethics has often focused on the relationships between patients and healthcare workers. And yet much healthcare and social support comes from, or is expected from, family, friends and the community. Additionally, treatment decision-making does not fall to patients alone – e.g. guardians may make decisions about continuing or halting treatment. How should we understand the roles of these groups in providing care and support? Which communities or forms of support are most meaningful? What role should the state and citizens … » More …
All students, staff, faculty, and researchers in the community are invited to attend and submit abstracts for the 2018 Inland Northwest Research Symposium (INRS) to be held on campus on Tuesday, April 10.
Deadline for submitting abstracts is Tuesday, March 6. Guidelines for submission and the online form to submit are located on the INRS 2018 webpage here. The Symposium will be from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., with the keynote speech at 2 p.m., in the CCRS open court area next to the Bookie.
Questions? Contact the Graduate Research Student Association, Spokane.email@example.com.
This year we have a large number of faculty, staff, and students presenting at WIN. That means a lot of support will be needed for poster development, printing, etc. If you are attending WIN, please refer to the below deadlines. » More …
Faculty Fellowship in Research Award (award amount of $2,500) available to faculty
The Development Office and Research Office is pleased to announce the availability of a Faculty Fellowship in Research Award (award amount of $2,500). The award is to support faculty research activities and/or dissemination through scholarly activities related to WA State mental health/addictions. If you are interested in applying, please send Celestina Barbosa-Leiker (firstname.lastname@example.org) a single paragraph (deadline: Jan 26, 2018) on how the award would be used to support your research.