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Telehealth class added to nurse practitioner training

Nurse practitioner students at the Washington State University College of Nursing received special training this summer in seeing patients via telehealth.

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Research funding on the rise at the WSU College of Nursing

Research funding continues to grow

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7 questions for incoming WSU College of Nursing Dean Mary Koithan

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Research funding on the rise at the WSU College of Nursing

Research funding took another jump at the Washington State University College of Nursing last year.

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Cloth mask tested by WSU nursing faculty could offer more protection

Two faculty members at the Washington State University College of Nursing are testing a fabric mask made with a filter available at big-box stores as an alternative to sometimes-scarce N95 masks.

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Marijuana use can worsen mental health for people with chronic pain

Marijuana can worsen depression, anxiety and cognition among people who use cannabis to help with their chronic pain, according to a new study. Negative effects increased with the amount of cannabis used, said the study, published recently in the journal Pain Management Nursing.