More than a dozen pharmacy students helped Pullman students who live off campus with their COVID-19 nasal swab tests, providing instruction on how to administer the test and ensuring samples are handled and stored properly.
Dozens of healthcare workers at Cougar Health Services have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine ahead of the start of Spring 2021 and the return of students to the Pullman campus.
The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine will salute eight of its first‑year medical students—a record 10% of the class—for their service in the military this Veteran’s Day.
Students are testing guest farmworkers as well as working at a drive‑through test site in an area that was a COVID‑19 hotspot this summer.
Trick-or-treating and, to a greater extent, indoor house parties, increase the likelihood of contracting and spreading COVID-19, according to WSU epidemiologist Eric Lofgren.
The new three‑year residence training program, based at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, is currently accepting applications.
Testing by the Washington National Guard will resume at 1 p.m. inside the venue and be available until 5 p.m. for all current WSU Pullman students.
The new National Guard testing site is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays.
A research team led by WSU and Universidad del Valle de Guatemala scientists found clear indicators for how poor hygiene and antibiotic use contribute to colonization of antimicrobial-resistant bacteria.
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.