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  • Dr. Marian Wilson to present webinar on pain symptom management

    Associate Professor Marian Wilson will present a webinar on “Non-Opioid Symptom Management Strategies for Populations Prescribed Opioids,” sponsored by the American Society for Pain Management Nursing. The webinar, with CE available, will take place on Wednesday, Jan. 26 from 10-11 am PDT, 1-2 pm ET. Register here. With a target audience of nurse practitioners or […]

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  • Fall 2021 DEIJ Summit and Additional Resources

    For those who were not able to attend the WSU Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice Summit last week, here is a link to watch the recording with the attached PPT slides. Below are resources or programs that were mentioned during the Summit. There was a lot of great information shared, including recent legislation that will […]

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  • Message from CON IT regarding Telework and data security

    We are hearing of data breaches more often and we want to make sure that all us of do our best to safeguard protected data so we don’t end up the news! Cybersecurity and Information Security policies regarding working from a place other than your office in the College of Nursing building either on a […]

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  • Clothing sale taking orders now

    Yakima students put together a clothing sale featuring our new brand mark. Orders are open to all, with the products shipped directly to the buyer. You can order at this website, with a Nov. 10 deadline for orders.

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  • Wake Up With Research on Nov. 17 focuses on pain and addiction

    Researchers from the colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Arts and Sciences will join Vice Chancellor Celestina Barbosa-Leiker for a discussion on their pain and addiction research on Wednesday, Nov. 17 from 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. You can watch live on YouTube. RSVP here. Panelists: Rebecca Craft, PhDProfessor in the Department of Psychology, WSU College of […]

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  • WSU Tri-Cities unveils new ad featuring nursing student

    Watch it on YouTube.

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  • Login required for Business and Finance forms

    The Business and Finance office web page is now password protected. All employees must enter their WSU Network ID and Password to access the forms (travel request, mileage form, purchase request, etc.) on that page: https://nursing.wsu.edu/services/bfo/staff. If you have questions, please email Sarah Schaub at sarah.schaub@wsu.edu.

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  • Come Work for a Local, Family-Owned Detox!

    Spokane Falls Recovery Center is looking for 2 talented, hard-working nurses who are in the business of caring for people. Our detox facility is small, which allows for genuine quality time to work with individual patients and deliver exceptional, holistic care. As much as we care about our patients, we care equally for our employees. […]

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  • When and how to use email encryption – update from IT

    Appropriate use of student information and WSU confidential data is important to the University, College of Nursing and our community partners. E-mail encryption can be used to protect confidential or sensitive information from being read by anyone other than the intended recipient. Please review and bookmark this page for how and when to use email […]

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  • New Branded Materials Available for Download

    I have created a WSU College of Nursing Brand library for nursing employees with our new branding assets. Here you can access and download the new College of Nursing logo, e-letterhead templates, PowerPoint templates, Zoom backgrounds, Email signature, and a Report template. This page is linked from our Resources page on our website under downloads, or you […]

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  • Fall 2021 DEIJ Summit and Additional Resources

    For those who were not able to attend the WSU Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice Summit last week, here is a link to watch the recording with the attached PPT slides. Below are resources or programs that were mentioned during the Summit. There was a lot of great information shared, including recent legislation that will […]

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  • Wake Up With Research on Nov. 17 focuses on pain and addiction

    Researchers from the colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and Arts and Sciences will join Vice Chancellor Celestina Barbosa-Leiker for a discussion on their pain and addiction research on Wednesday, Nov. 17 from 7:30 – 8:30 a.m. You can watch live on YouTube. RSVP here. Panelists: Rebecca Craft, PhDProfessor in the Department of Psychology, WSU College of […]

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  • Nov. 10-Understanding and Navigating Culturally Safe Dialogues and Cultural Humility

    This interactive session is designed to be a safe, brave and welcoming space for Building a Community of Equity (BaCE) Program participants to explore concepts of cultural safety, restorative justice and cultural humility; shifting and shared power; and their relevancy in research and scholarship, teaching, service and practice to advance health equity. There is a CE opportunity.

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  • Nov. 3 – Fall 2021 Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice Summit

    Wednesday, November 3 | 9:00–11:00 a.m. Join us via Zoom | Passcode 934044 Join faculty, staff, and students to learn about efforts and initiatives happening within WSU, meet people with shared interests and passions, and find ways to get involved in equity and social justice work. If you need accommodations to fully participate, please email […]

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  • Mindfulness-based Anti-Racism Training Series with Trymaine Gaither

    Trymaine Gaither, Special Assistant to the Provost for Inclusive Excellence, will join us over the next 3 months to provide his Mindfulness-based Anti-Racism Training Series. A description of the 3 sessions can be found at  (https://provost.wsu.edu/equity-and-inclusion-training/mindfulness-based-anti-racism-learning-communities/). We will offer continuing education contact hours for faculty attending. His invitation to this training is below.  Please note there […]

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  • NWONL’s Second 2021 Virtual Live Event is open for registration!

    The Second Virtual Live Event is highlighting three themes during August event oriented on Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity

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  • Dr. Smart interviewed about post-surge healthcare

    Dr. Denise Smart was interviewed by the local NPR station about what healthcare challenges await after the current COVID surge eases.

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  • AACN invites nurses to share their reality in Hear Us Out campaign

    The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) has launched Hear Us Out (https://www.hearusout.com/), a nationwide effort to report nurses’ reality from the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic and urge those who have yet to be vaccinated to reconsider.

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  • CougNurses in the COVID unit picked up by S-R

    Spokesman-Review columnist Shawn Vestal recapped our CougNurses in the COVID unit feature in his column today.

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  • Colleagues in the News

    Dr. Julie Postma’s research on asthma and wildfire smoke was featured in a front-page story in The Spokesman-Review. Dr. John Roll co-authored an opinion piece in The Seattle Times urging people to thank, not vilify scientists.

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  • Colleagues in the News

    Dr. Lois James was quoted as an expert source in this Washington Post story on a police shooting.

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  • Colleagues in the news

    Dr. Claire Richards’ new-faculty seed grant project was the subject of a news story in The Spokesman-Review on July 6.

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  • Colleagues in the News

    Dr. Shelly Fritz’s work on smart homes for healthcare was mentioned in several publications, including the Spokesman-Review: https://www.spokesman.com/stories/2021/jun/03/wsu-gonzaga-researchers-look-at-home-devices-that-/  

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  • Colleagues in the News

    Dr. Anne Mason is one of two experts quoted in the “Guide to Telehealth and Remote Nursing for NPs” on the NPSchools.com website. Such websites are a common resource for prospective students.

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  • Colleagues in the News

    Our WSU Tri-Cities students were featured in a story on KVEW this week. They secured funding from the Kadlec Foundation to donate iPads to two clinics to assist with translation and interpretation services.

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