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 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.
The residents were selected from more than 1,900 applicants. Of the applications received, more than 200 individuals were interviewed for the 16 available positions.
WSU researchers will use an NSF grant to study how the interaction between hospital or nursing home facilities and the community affects the spread of infectious diseases.
The WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine is hosting its first Match Day ceremony March 19 for the inaugural class of medical students that will graduate this spring.
To determine when you’re eligible to receive the vaccine under the state’s phased distribution process, use the Washington PhaseFinder tool.
Thanks to a $300,000 grant from the Sunderland Foundation, Pullman Regional Hospital will be remodeling approximately 5,000 square feet of space to accommodate a new Family Medicine Residency Program.
The WSU College of Medicine’s standardized patient program trains individuals to portray a patient, simulate a real patient scenario, and then provide valuable feedback to the student about the experience.