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Announcements

  • New CE Opportunity

    Preceptors and healthcare providers are invited to visit the WSU College of Nursing Free Continuing Education page for a new CE opportunity, Managing Depression in the Primary Care Setting, presented by Fionnuala S. Brown, DNP, MSN, ARNP & Brandie Tilch-Bryant, DNP, ARNP. In this activity, you will: learn the causes and prevalence of depression in the […]

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  • Reminders about email from CON ITS

    You may occasionally receive an email that appears to be legitimate but when you hover over the actual address it is coming from another domain.  Or it may ask you to log in to a site you are unfamiliar with.  Please forward the email to abuse@wsu.edu. For examples see the CAHNRS Phishing Gallery.  If you have any […]

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  • Share your Research and Scholarship accomplishments

    The Office of Nursing Research & Scholarship would like to collect and share your research and scholarship accomplishments. We will request information on a monthly basis to share with multiple stakeholders, including each other, alums, donors, and WSU leadership. Examples might include publications, grant successes, and new collaborations. Please help us celebrate our nursing scholarship […]

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  • Where to report scam emails

    You may occasionally receive an email that appears to be legitimate but when you hover over the actual address it is coming from another domain.  Or it may ask you to log in to a site you are unfamiliar with.  Please forward the email to abuse@wsu.edu. For examples see the CAHNRS Phishing Gallery.  If you have any […]

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  • Check out the “Finding Joy” podcast

    The “Finding Joy” podcast is focused on the well-being of healthcare professionals. Each episode features an individual practitioner’s take on being at their best while working in the healthcare field even during difficult times. Recent and coming episodes have featured College of Nursing faculty and students, as well as faculty and students from the College […]

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  • CON programs ranked by US News and World Report

    U.S. News & World Report released its annual ranking of graduate school programs on Tuesday, including rankings of the WSU College of Nursing’s MN and DNP programs. WSU’s Doctor of Nursing Practice program ranked 30th in the 2023 list, out of 158 programs included. It tied in that 30th-place ranking with George Washington University, the […]

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  • Save the dates for Convocation, Commencement

    Here are the dates and times for College of Nursing Convocation/Pinning and the separate Commencement (traditional graduation) ceremonies for each campus this spring: May 4 – Convocation/Pinning – Spokane, 5 p.m., Ferris High School Auditorium May 5 – Convocation/Pinning – Yakima, 2 p.m., PNWU campus; Tri-Cities, 6 p.m., Chief Joseph Middle School Auditorium May 6 […]

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  • Dr. Julie Postma discusses U-Track app

    The Spokane Journal of Business featured Dr. Julie Postma’s research on an app to help young people with asthma track risks from wildfire smoke. Dr. Postma is lead researcher on the NINR-grant-funded work, collaborating with Urbanova.

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  • Nursing ITS holding weekly Q and A sessions

    Nursing ITS is hosting a brown bag lunch Zoom open house every Thursday from noon to 1 p.m. where you can ask us about anything!  You can join the Zoom link at https://wsu.zoom.us/my/gmanfred. Ask us for help with your Teams and FS1 migration to SharePoint; how to set up permissions in SharePoint; how to copy and […]

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  • WSU Native American Health Sciences newsletter is out

    Greetings and Happy New Year! The office of Washington State University’s Native American Health Sciences, and the new Center for Native American Health, would like to extend our sincere gratitude for your continued support, partnership, and efforts to help make our work a success. Because of supporters like you, students from across the Pacific Northwest […]

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Events

  • 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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News & Features

  • New CE Opportunity

    Preceptors and healthcare providers are invited to visit the WSU College of Nursing Free Continuing Education page for a new CE opportunity, Managing Depression in the Primary Care Setting, presented by Fionnuala S. Brown, DNP, MSN, ARNP & Brandie Tilch-Bryant, DNP, ARNP. In this activity, you will: learn the causes and prevalence of depression in the […]

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  • Nursing students meet with Congressman

    Congressman Dan Newhouse met with WSU students and staff to discuss the future of healthcare in rural communities, including Nursing students Daira Barajas and Beth Wynne. The meeting was covered by KEPR.

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  • Dr. Julie Postma discusses U-Track app

    The Spokane Journal of Business featured Dr. Julie Postma’s research on an app to help young people with asthma track risks from wildfire smoke. Dr. Postma is lead researcher on the NINR-grant-funded work, collaborating with Urbanova.

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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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