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Shower the Sim Center

Construction is underway on the new UW School of Nursing Simulation Center. Your gift during the virtual baby shower will help us purchase obstetrics and neonatal equipment – including a virtual baby – for the new center.

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2016 Soule lecture

Watch the keynote address by Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, president and CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, on the Importance of Joining Forces to Build a Culture of Health

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Applications are now open!

Apply today for BSN, ABSN, MS, DNP and Ph.D. degree programs and graduate certificates. Good luck, future Husky Nurses!

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Transforming the student experience

Washington State legislators recently provided $4 million in funding to upgrade and expand the simulation and learning lab. Work is now underway! Phase 1 of the new lab is expected to open in July 2017.

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Awards and Accolades November/December 2016

Awards and Accolades November/December 2016

The UW School of Nursing is pleased to announce awards, accolades and updates by faculty and students.

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Department of Health and Human Services honors Prof. Nancy Woods

Department of Health and Human Services honors Prof. Nancy Woods

Professor Nancy Woods received the 2016 Trailblazer Award from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services at the Office on Women’s Health (OWH) 25th Anniversary Celebration on October 20, 2016.

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Home-based intervention lowers risk of foster-care separations

Home-based intervention lowers risk of foster-care separations

Families being investigated for child maltreatment who received a 10-week home visiting program were less likely to have their children placed in foster care than families who received phone-based interventions, according to a new study by UW School of Nursing researchers.

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2016 Clinical Preceptors and Mentor of the Year

2016 Clinical Preceptors and Mentor of the Year

The UW School of Nursing is proud to announce its 2016 Clinical Preceptors and Mentor of the Year. The preceptors and mentors represent a variety of advanced practice tracks at the UW School of Nursing.

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Announcing new Diversity, Equity, Inclusion leadership

Announcing new Diversity, Equity, Inclusion leadership

Dr. Nancy Fugate Woods has been named interim associate dean for diversity, equity and inclusion. She will work closely with Carolyn Chow, whose title will change to director of admissions and student diversity.

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Newsmakers-September 2016

Newsmakers-September 2016

Read recent media coverage of UW School of Nursing faculty, students, research and programs.

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Awards and accolades-September 2016

Awards and accolades-September 2016

The UW School of Nursing is pleased to announce awards, accolades and updates by faculty and students.

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New center focuses on enhancing sleep

New center focuses on enhancing sleep

Our new center will develop interventions to help adults and children with chronic illnesses sleep better and improve their health.

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Caregivers experience distress from lack of information

Caregivers experience distress from lack of information

Individuals who care for family members and friends with dementia often lack support, education and communication from healthcare professionals, leading to caregiver distress and inadequate patient care.

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Elder Friendly Futures explores aging trends, community partnerships and research

Elder Friendly Futures explores aging trends, community partnerships and research

Don’t miss your chance to learn about healthy aging trends and research at the Elder Friendly Futures Conference, Sept. 15-16.

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Newsmakers-August 2016

Newsmakers-August 2016

Read recent media coverage of UW School of Nursing faculty, students, research and programs.

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Awards and accolades-August 2016

Awards and accolades-August 2016

The UW School of Nursing is pleased to announce awards, accolades and updates by faculty and students.

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