Changing Grades: Change the approval status to NOT REVIEWED to change any grade, once the new grade is entered, change approval status to APPROVED and click SAVE when you are finished changing the grades. The message “You have successfully submitted your midterm grades” displays again.
Deadline to Submit Midterm Grades via myWSU Wednesday, February 28th, 2018 by 5:00pm
Midterm grades will not be accepted by the Registrar’s Office after the deadline of February 28th 2018 at 5:00pm. Instructors not submitting grades by the deadline are encouraged to communicate progress directly to the student.
Location: Waterfront Activities Center of the University of Washington, Great Room
Medical Ethics has often focused on the relationships between patients and healthcare workers. And yet much healthcare and social support comes from, or is expected from, family, friends and the community. Additionally, treatment decision-making does not fall to patients alone – e.g. guardians may make decisions about continuing or halting treatment. How should we understand the roles of these groups in providing care and support? Which communities or forms of support are most meaningful? What role should the state and citizens … » More …
Thank you to all of the faculty and staff members that donated to the J1 potato feed. Your contributions were much appreciated. It is nice to be a part of an organization that demonstrates such a high level of support for students and altruism.
Janessa Graves, PhD Washington State University College of Nursing Spokane
Rural-Urban Disparities in Healthcare Costs and Utilization for Pediatric Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Mild traumatic brain injuries (mTBI), or concussions, are prevalent injuries, many of which are treated in outpatient settings. This presentation will summarize healthcare costs and health services utilization associated with mTBI among rural and urban children, in order to capture rural-urban disparities. In this presentation, Dr. Graves will describe two studies. One using commercial insurance claims data to compare healthcare costs and specialty care utilization after mTBI among rural and urban children (aged <18 years), and another that used key informant interviews … » More …
Nursing student Jasmine Sharifi demonstrated how to peel open a sterile pack of swabs and flip them forward onto a mat.
“You’re trying to flip them into your sterile field without crossing over it,” she explained, adding, “the first time I did it they flew across the sterile field and hit my partner.”
About 10 students from Oroville Middle-High School and Tonasket High School practiced the flipping technique with various objects, then worked with IVs – using golf tees instead of needles – during a visit to the WSU College of Nursing Tuesday. » More …
All students, staff, faculty, and researchers in the community are invited to attend and submit abstracts for the 2018 Inland Northwest Research Symposium (INRS) to be held on campus on Tuesday, April 10.
Deadline for submitting abstracts is Tuesday, March 6. Guidelines for submission and the online form to submit are located on the INRS 2018 webpage here. The Symposium will be from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m., with the keynote speech at 2 p.m., in the CCRS open court area next to the Bookie.
Questions? Contact the Graduate Research Student Association, Spokane.email@example.com.
Nurse residency programs for new graduates are competitive. Portland area is really tight with many nursing programs. We do not request practicum spots in the Vancouver area. There are multiple new graduate residency programs around the state, with many spots in Seattle/Tacoma area hospital systems, and also an ambulatory care residency at Kaiser. We discuss acute care and community opportunities in S2 (Nursing 409) with the students. The majority have jobs within 6 months, with more students having jobs secured by graduation than in past years. Students holding out for a specific hospital/specialty may have a delay, as do those moving out of state. … » More …