This year, 47 students seeking a pharmacy residency matched, up from 41 last year. Residencies are highly sought-after positions to help pharmacists gain experience and hone their skills.
The high‑tech facility serves growing local and global demand for diagnostics and disease surveillance to protect animal health and public health.
The program, which will welcome its first residents in summer 2022, will host three residents per year for a total of nine residents when fully implemented.
A new commentary by WSU nursing professors proposes that a pulse oximeter be used instead of a temperature check as an indicator of COVID‑19 infection in older adults.
Although students taking classes during the summer session in Pullman will not have to participate in arrival testing, they will have to abide by public health and safety requirements such as wearing facial coverings.
A new medical residency program developed in partnership with Pullman Regional Hospital and the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine continues to gain support with a second major grant.
The proposal was chosen for its unique framework to create a flexible infrastructure for resilient entrepreneurship, which consists of support programs that spur regional economic development.
In the Spokane region alone, WSU nursing students and faculty, working with the Spokane Regional Health District, had administered more than 15,000 COVID‑19 vaccine doses as of late March.
The clinic will be hosted in the Consolidated Information Center from 9 a.m.–8 p.m. on April 7. Second doses will be administered as part of a follow up campus clinic on April 28.
Board-certified pathologist Guy Palmer tackles a variety of COVID‑19 related topics in a question-and-answer format designed to help WSU viewers better understand the science for battling the global pandemic.