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Printing services changes for students

For student printing, the WSU Health Sciences campus will be converting to a service called WEPA. This service allows students to create an account and then send print jobs from anywhere, from any device.

Prints can be picked up at a station on the 3rd floor of Nursing, 1st floor of Pharmacy or in the Library in SAC.  While the WEPA station is already up and running, the current Pharos printer in the 3rd floor computer lab will be decommissioned over the break. Mike Lynch will be looking to speak to all semesters shortly before the break to let them know of the new printing … » More …

Coug nurses in Yakima helping lead shift in mental health care

Two Coug nurses are at the forefront of a project to shift long-term care of mental illness away from Washington’s two state hospitals into smaller regional facilities.

Clay See, BSN ’12, and Amy Mallonee, BSN ’07, lead the inpatient psychiatric unit at Virginia Mason Memorial in Yakima, which is among the first in the state to participate in the new program. See is nurse manager for that unit, and Mallonee is assistant nurse manager.  » continue reading

Share your research success for the college bulletin

Hello faculty!
We will be continuing to publish our Research Successes bulletin for the College of Nursing. We have been tracking research successes all summer and we’re looking forward to getting a bulletin out this fall. Please follow these easy steps if you’d like to include your work in the Research Successes:

To have grants and manuscripts included on this informal list:
Please contact Kathy Bridwell when you know your grant is awarded (bridwell@wsu.edu). We want to celebrate these as soon as you find out!
Please email Kathy Bridwell (bridwell@wsu.edu) if a grant or contract did not go through the erex … » More …

burning wildfire at sunset

Julie Postma to speak in Spokane on Tuesday

 

Our colleague Julie Postma will be in Spokane next week to participate in an event at the Spokane Regional Health District.

Her talk, “Assessing Public Responses to Wildfire-related Air Pollution: An Innovative Approach,” will follow a screening of “Era of Megafires,” a film and multimedia presentation.

As the SRHD notes, “The rise of highly destructive megafires – wildfires over 100,000 acres – has become one of today’s most pressing and complex problems.”

The event is free and open to the public, and will feature a facilitated question-and-answer session. Doors open at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16, at Spokane Community College’s Lair Auditorium.

For information, or … » More …