Koithan was chosen after a nationwide search and has more than 30 years of academic and leadership experience in nursing. She replaces Mel Haberman, who has served as interim dean for the College of Nursing since March 2019.
WSU and UW medical students have formed a group that supports working doctors, nurses, and respiratory therapists by providing childcare and performing other services such as picking up groceries.
Pharmacotherapy Academic Fellow Boris Zhang drew on his experience playing Dungeons and Dragons to create an educational game where students spent a class battling Medusa, identifying constellations and navigating a labyrinth; all to help prepare them for an exam.
WSU researchers examined changes in the average age of first drug use for 18 different drugs—including alcohol and tobacco products—between 2004 and 2017 for their study published today in JAMA Pediatrics.
The WSU scientists identified how one of the virus’ proteins acts as a critical signaler for the virus to succeed in infecting a cell.
The Empire Health Foundation is supporting WSU Health Sciences in its ongoing efforts to increase the number of Natives in health education and health care practice.
Certificate programs are helping Pam Martin prepare for her goal of using her nurse practitioner education to help ease suffering around the world.
The Washington Department of Enterprise Services’ Risk Management Office in Olympia is requesting that all employees at Washington institutions of higher education, including WSU, complete the online safety survey.
From their time together as nursing undergrads, to saying ‘I do,’ to welcoming their first child, Coug nurses Kayla Adrian and Kolby Wade have chronicled each milestone of their love story with photos taken on the WSU Health Sciences Spokane campus.
Increasing access to primary care doctors by just one doctor per 10,000 people results in lower mortality for all causes of death in Washington, according to the report by researchers at the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine.