A small-town pharmacist dispenses medication, of course. But they might also provide clinical services like immunizations and blood pressure screenings; consult on health issues; or even act as a de facto benefits or case manager for customers. » More …
The nomination process is now open for the Faculty Excellence in Research Award in the College of Nursing. The deadline for nominations is 12 noon on Thursday May 10.
Current faculty member working 50% or more during the award year. Completed at least one full year teaching at WSU College of Nursing.
Criteria: Outstanding research based on the follow criteria:
Develops and implements a line of inquiry in research. Receives extramural funding for research. Communicates and disseminates own research findings. Promotes and facilitates research in less experienced faculty, community individuals, and/or groups.
The WSU College of Nursing will graduate 33 Doctor of Nursing Practice students this spring, its largest-ever DNP class.
Most of those 33 students will become family nurse practitioners, psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioners, or will take on leadership roles in public health, public policy, or health care administration.
Before they graduate, however, they all had to complete a final project. They were tasked with investigating an area of nursing practice, a health care delivery system, or a policy issue, and using scientific evidence to improve practice or patient outcomes. » More …
Do you want your WIN poster or another research poster you have created displayed? Kathy Bridwell is asking for people interested in having them displayed to drop them off at her office. They will be displayed on the 4th floor bulletin boards. Questions? Contact Kathy at email@example.com.
Celestina Barbosa-Leiker, Louise Kaplan, and Michele Shaw are mentioned in this WSU Insider article.
Washington State University researchers are studying a variety of potential cannabis-related health impacts, including its effects on pregnant women, young people, and those with chronic pain. They are also looking at public and professional attitudes to the drug, its intersection with tobacco, and the science of how it stimulates users’ appetites. » continue reading