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Creative, multisensory teaching techniques tested at WSU College of Nursing in Vancouver

Research has shown that students learn better through interactive, multisensory education, using some combination of sound, touch, vision and movement.

Portrait of Sue Neal, a preceptor for the College of Nursing at Battle Ground Healthcare
Thank a Preceptor: Sue Neal, Battle Ground Healthcare

 

Sue Neal wants student nurses to see how much community is involved in community health.

Portrait of Dr. Roschelle "Shelly" Fritz gesturing to a wall-mounted sensor
WSU College of Nursing faculty present at major gerontology conference

The work of several WSU College of Nursing faculty was presented at a major gerontology conference in San Francisco this week.

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Funding is available to help pay for your graduate degree.
The Nurse Faculty Loan Program offers a loan-forgiveness program of up to $35,000 per year to students pursuing an MN, DNP, or PhD degree in nursing. In return, students agree to teach nursing at the college or university level for at least four years for 85 percent loan forgiveness.

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Renee Hoeksel
Dr. Renee Hoeksel named a fellow in NLN Academy of Nursing Education

Dr. Renee Hoeksel, Executive Associate Dean and Professor at the Washington State University College of Nursing, has been named a fellow of the National League for Nursing’s Academy of Nursing Education.

Portrait of Dawn Garzon
WSU Professor Dawn Garzon to lead national nurse practitioners’ group

Dr. Dawn Garzon of the WSU College of Nursing in Vancouver has been chosen as president-elect of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. She will become president of the organization on July 1, 2018.

Anita Hunter, right, with Vancouver high school student Chris Bevin in Uganda
Project in Uganda led to discovery of widespread health impacts from contaminated water

As published in Northwest Crimson & Gray, a magazine of WSU Vancouver
 

Helping get a hospital built in Uganda was an important step for Anita Hunter. But it was just the first step.

More than 10 years ago, Anita Hunter was invited to Mbarara, Uganda, to build a children’s hospital that would treat children who were dying from preventable diseases. Thanks to many people, the hospital was built and has been operating since 2009.

But Hunter’s interest didn’t stop there. Too many children still had preventable diseases. “Our work has gone beyond building a hospital to cure illnesses. We need to prevent … » More …

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