There are some changes happening with Spokane Student Affairs: Liz West is retiring at the end of June and Leah Butterwick and Chrissy Middendorp have accepted other positions.
The Office of Student Affairs’ vision is inspiring student growth through education beyond the classroom and its mission is that in collaboration with campus and community partners, it promotes a transformative student experience. Student Affairs is student-centered advocates who facilitate students’ growth into thoughtful, engaged, global citizens by delivering exceptional academic, professional and personal support and resources.
The personnel changes will not alter our commitment to the vision and mission. The personnel changes are as follows:
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 …
This year, 19 students accompanied by four faculty are partnering with the People of Peru Project (POPP) in Iquitos for the 13th year in order to fulfill the POPP mission of “Relief of human suffering, caring for children, education for self-help and planting the seeds of hope.” » More …
The WSU College of Nursing welcomes Therese S. Richmond, PhD, CRNP, FAAN, from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. Dr. Richmond’s work focuses on the psychological effects of trauma and how that affects recovery. She’s passionate about using nursing science to prevent injury and violence and improve outcomes, particularly in patients from vulnerable urban populations worldwide – those who live on the margins of society, have limited resources, or live in pervasively violent communities. Her work is informed by an early clinical position in a Washington D.C. trauma ICU, and she went on to co-found what’s now a vibrant interdisciplinary center at the University … » More …
Facilitated by Catherine “Cat” Mayberry, MA, LMHC, MHPA (Candidate)
A One -Day Workshop to Increase Professional Resilience This Workshop Will Cover:
How Professional Quality of Life is Measured Gaining Control of Stress, Burnout and Impact of Secondary Traumatic Stress Compassion Fatigue versus Compassion Satisfaction Tools for Hope to Self-Regulate and Increase your Professional Intentionality 5 Key Resiliency Skills to Increase Compassion Satisfaction
Saturday, May 19th from 9:00am – 4:00pm
WSU’s Health Education and Research Building (HERB) Rm. #432 665 N. Riverpoint Blvd. Spokane, WA 99202 Lunch will be Provided
Spokane Campus Eastern Washington Center Building 668 N. Riverpoint Boulevard Auditorium, Room 122.
Attend online or in person!
Session Presenter: Victoria D. Larios, BSN RN was born in Jalisco, Mexico to Hispanic Immigrants. She was brought to the United States at the young age of one year old by her parents and has lived in the Yakima area for most of her life. She pursued her nursing career after starting a family of her own and enjoys working and caring for the undeserved Hispanic populations. … » More …
The Awards Committee congratulates the College of Nursing faculty, staff, and students for a successful campaign to recognize Outstanding Students across the College for Spring 2018. The number of nominations rose to new heights! Congratulations to all the nominators, nominees, and recipients of these awards.