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Research First Friday Oct 4

The presenter schedule for Research First Friday meetings has been finalized.  Attending these events is an excellent opportunity to learn about current research, foster collaboration, and to support colleagues.

Oct 4: Teresa Bigand will present “Magnet Designation: an opportunity to bridge clinical and academic research efforts.”

All events will be posted to the calendar on the College of Nursing website and announced in the Internal News as more information is available.

Nov 1: Kawkab Shishani
Dec 6: Marian Wilson
Feb 7: Lois James
March 6: Andra Davis
April 3: Eka Burduli

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, or Android: https://wsu.zoom.us/j/708643092

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Research Week to feature seed grant competitions

We have great news! Research Week 3.0 will feature seed grant competitions.

WSU’s third annual Research Week will be held October 21-25, hosted by the Office of Research. Several sessions this year will focus on seed grant competitions to support individual and team research development. All competitions require written applications. Applicants will present their ideas at sessions during Research Week and winners will be announced during the awards ceremony on October 24.

Competitions include:

A large, multidisciplinary team planning grant opportunity to win $50,000 plus a two-semester doctoral-level research assistant to develop an extramural center-type grant proposal, sponsored by the Office of Research … » More …

Reminder: submit your info for the WIN conference guide

Congratulations if you’ll be participating in WIN 2019 in April. Here are a few things you’ll need to know to get ready.

Conference Guide

As in years past, we’ll publish a conference guide detailing all the participants from the WSU College of Nursing. To be included in this guide, please fill out the following form: https://nursing.wsu.edu/win-conference-guide/

DEADLINE: March 15

Posters

You’ll find templates for research posters here: : https://nursing.wsu.edu/research/poster-templates/    NOTE: Please make sure to read the guidelines before you get started.

If you need stock photos, please take a look here and let me know what you’d like: https://stock.adobe.com/

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Share your research success for the college bulletin

Hello faculty!
We will be continuing to publish our Research Successes bulletin for the College of Nursing. We have been tracking research successes all summer and we’re looking forward to getting a bulletin out this fall. Please follow these easy steps if you’d like to include your work in the Research Successes:

To have grants and manuscripts included on this informal list:
Please contact Kathy Bridwell when you know your grant is awarded (bridwell@wsu.edu). We want to celebrate these as soon as you find out!
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Lois James featured in Spokesman for YWCA recognition as a Woman of Achievement

A 7-year-old Lois James would walk across an ornate iron bridge on the River Seine in Paris looking for her friend, the shoeshiner.

James was a white, upper-class Irish-born girl, and the shoeshiner, a poor, black Parisian man. She thinks now he may have been homeless, but she didn’t know, and her mother didn’t mind. Each day they’d talk, mostly about her improvement in learning French.

“He was so friendly,” she says now, even though she’d never had her shoes shined by him. » continue reading Spokesman article

Celebrating research success – submit items for upcoming newsletter

We will be continuing to publish our Research Successes bulletin for the College of Nursing. We have been tracking research successes all summer and we’re looking forward to getting a bulletin out this month. Please follow these easy steps if you’d like to include your work in the Research Successes:

To have grants and manuscripts included on this informal list:

Please contact Kathy Bridwell when you know your grant is awarded (bridwell@wsu.edu). We want to celebrate these as soon as you find out!
Please email Kathy Bridwell (bridwell@wsu.edu) if a grant or contract did not go through the erex process
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Are you a provider who interacts with pregnant and/or postpartum women?

Washington State University is conducting a study on healthcare providers’ perceptions of marijuana use during pregnancy, postpartum, and while breastfeeding. Your input as a healthcare provider who interacts with pregnant and/or postpartum women is really important to us. We are hoping to interview 10 healthcare providers to gain their perspectives on this topic. This interview will be about an hour and you will earn a $50 gift card. Washington State University Institutional Review Board has approved this study.

If you are interested in participating please call 509-358-7707 to schedule an interview. If you know of other healthcare providers who may wish to be interviewed, please … » More …