Among the faculty at the WSU College of Nursing are two experts on police use of force, implicit bias, and the effect of fatigue and shift work on law enforcement officers.
More than 90 humans and 110 dogs and cats received healthcare at a special clinic for homeless and low-income people and their pets held Friday on the campus of WSU Health Sciences Spokane.
Nov. 10 is the start of National Nurse Practitioner Week, and we’ve got some facts for you:
The WSU College of Nursing will offer new scholarships for undergraduate nursing students in Yakima and the Tri-Cities, thanks to a $100,000 gift from Yakima Federal Savings and Loan Association.
The Washington State University College of Nursing is pleased to announce that Julie Postma, PhD, BSN, has been named Associate Dean for Research.
Dr. Tracy Klein has worked for years to elevate the role of nurse practitioners in healthcare policy in the Pacific Northwest.
The WSU College of Nursing is creating a new undergraduate curriculum that looks at health care differently.
A Spokane-area foundation named for a young man who died of a drug overdose is funding two projects led by WSU College of Nursing Assistant Professor Marian Wilson.
With the help of an earlier federal grant, the WSU College of Nursing is graduating nurse practitioners who are choosing to work in rural areas or with underserved populations.
WSU College of Nursing staff member Heather Kriss read a small article in 2013 about a global art project to create the Jewish holy texts of the Torah in cross-stitch.
She didn’t know how to cross-stitch. But she decided to take part in the Torah Stitch By Stitch project anyway.