Seventeen Native American and Alaska Native high school students from multiple states will attend the 24th annual Na-ha-shnee Summer Institute at WSU Health Sciences Spokane, June 16 – 28.
The creation of an elective class on mental health has improved pharmacy students’ perceptions of people affected by mental health disorders and confidence in supporting those affected.
Outcomes of 2019 legislative session and its investments in WSU, including core funding of the College of Medicine, will be discussed.
Outcomes of 2019 legislative session and its investments in WSU will be discussed.
She will begin transitioning into her new role this month and will become interim dean in August when Dean Gary Pollack steps down.
A veteran of two foreign wars, Melody Rasmor began teaching at the WSU College of Nursing in 1998, and still works a few days a month at a military enrollment processing center and at an occupational health facility in addition to her faculty position.
Their efforts will make it easier for nursing, pharmacy and medical students to practice giving vaccinations at health clinics.
The research could prove highly beneficial to people suffering from chronic pain in rural areas where there is a shortage of healthcare providers.
The research could potentially affect how veterans are treated when they come back from combat in the future.
Family, faculty and friends gathered at the Fox Theater in downtown Spokane to honor the new alumni of the college. Among those new alumni are the inaugural Yakima class.