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Rachel Gunning: WSU alum, NICU nurse, card game inventor

Rachel Gunning has been a NICU nurse in Spokane for three years. Now she has a Kickstarter campaign to launch a card game.

The first thing isn’t the cause of the second. It’s not like she’s disillusioned with nursing.

Letter from BSN Program Director

WSU COLLEGE OF NURSING | UNDERGRADUATE PRECEPTOR PORTAL

Letter from our BSN Program Director

JoAnn Dotson

Dr. Jo Ann Dotson
BSN Program Director

Dear Preceptor:

Thank you for agreeing to serve as a preceptor for a senior nursing student from the Washington State University College of Nursing. The student assigned to you will be in the final month of their baccalaureate nursing education, enrolled in the Senior Practicum, N430. Having completed all the program requirements except the practicum, your student will be making the transition from student to graduate nurse. You will have … » More …

Renee Hoeksel
Renee Hoeksel, pioneer of college transfer agreements, honored by WSU

In 1990, Renee Hoeksel left a career in hospital nursing to become WSU Vancouver’s first and only full-time nursing faculty, charged with creating a degree-completion program for working nurses. 

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Preceptor Spotlight: Todd Smith, Nurse Practitioner Faculty in Residence

Family Nurse Practitioner and longtime preceptor Todd Smith knows how important it is to guide students as they translate academic learning into clinical practice. 

Three students working in sim lab
College of Nursing’s strategic plan targets innovation, engagement

A strategic plan is a road map for an organization, one that lays out its priorities and purpose.

Two nursing students standing in front of a classroom.
Suicide-awareness training intensely personal for WSU nursing students

Suicide was the subject when two WSU College of Nursing students visited an 8th-grade class in Deer Park recently. 

Faculty Convocation RSVP

May 2018 Convocation RSVP for Faculty

 

David Colvin, DNP student
Rural living and a good job are possible with a DNP degree

David Colvin, 58, DNP candidate, Washington State University College of Nursing.
Expects to graduate in May with a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree, with the goal of becoming a nurse practitioner.
Works at Providence Mount Carmel Hospital in Colville, Washington.

Student laughing while trying to flip an object onto a sterile mat during Upward Bound demonstration.
Upward Bound brings Okanogan County students to the College of Nursing

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.” 

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