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UW Health Sciences Library Update

To our Valued UW Health Sciences Faculty, Staff, Students, and Community members, As we adjust to our new normal, I want to express my sincere gratitude for your continued support and full transition to online library services during COVID-19. Thank you especially to our many students and faculty, who are on the frontlines in the…


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Student Clinicals Update

This message was sent to staff, faculty, students, and other academic personnel at the University of Washington School of Nursing on April 13, 2020. To All Students, Faculty and Staff, The recent communication from President Ana Mari regarding summer quarter indicated that we will continue to provide online virtual courses at least through July 23,…


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Research Update: April 13, 2020

This message was sent to UW Seattle School of Nursing staff, faculty, and other academic personnel on April 13, 2020. Good Evening, We’ve seen a great deal of communication come from upper campus this past week, some are business as usual and others are COVID specific.  We are summarizing content below, please look for more…


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COVID Research Update

This message was sent to UW Seattle School of Nursing staff, faculty, and other academic personnel on March 27, 2020. Good evening SoN Community, Before we enter the weekend we wanted to bring you updates and additional resources from the past few days in regard to research activities. We are including a link to a…


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NCOA Tele-Town Hall: Caring for Older Adults During the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic

March 27 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm Event hosted at 2 pm EST Join us by telephone: 1-888-475-4499, event passcode: 423 660 186 This is a dial-in event only; no registration or video/internet access is required. This tele-town hall will focus on galvanizing efforts with our partners to provide information, resources, and guidance on COVID-19. The…


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Research Update on Stay Home, Stay Healthy Directive

Note:  the information provided below is our best understanding at this time.  Since this is a rapidly moving area, it may change.  Please check the UW Coronavirus website often for updates. What areas of in-person research are allowable under the new Stay Home, Stay Healthy directive? Below are examples of areas of research applicable to…


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School of Nursing Special Request for Emergency Financial Aid

This message was sent to UW Seattle School of Nursing students on March 23, 2020. Dear SoN Students, With the uncertainty of the ongoing COVID-19 situation and the UW’s decision to move all Spring instruction online, we recognize that many students are evaluating their options. If finances are a concern, we would like to remind…


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Research Updates: NIH Notices and Changes to Human Subjects Research

This message was sent to UW Seattle School of Nursing staff, faculty, students, and other academic personnel on March 19, 2020. Dear SoN Community, ONR is actively following updates in guidance from external and internal sources. Below you will find information that is the latest from today to our knowledge. Please note, there is so…


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Spring quarter 2020 Instruction to Continue Online Only

This message was sent to UW Seattle School of Nursing staff, faculty, students, and other academic personnel on March 19, 2020. To the University of Washington School of Nursing Seattle Campus Students, As communicated in the message from President Cauce and Provost Richards on March 18, and from Dean Emami today, spring quarter will begin…


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UW School of Nursing Seattle Campus Course Update

This message was sent to staff, faculty, students, and other academic personnel at the University of Washington School of Nursing on March 16, 2020. To the University of Washington School of Nursing Seattle Campus Community, Thank you all for your patience and understanding as we work together to address this COVID-19 crisis where information and…


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COVID-19 Research Updates

Due to the speed in which events are changing, ONR recommends that you consult the upper-campus resources for the latest updates as our communication to the school can be superseded within hours. Our recommended list of resources will be posted to the intranet, but those that are updated frequently include the following: UW Human Subjects…


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School of Nursing Academic Instruction Goes Virtual

This message was sent to staff, faculty and other academic personnel in the University of Washington School of Nursing on March 6, 2020. Dear School of Nursing Students, As communicated in the message from President Cauce, Provost Richards, and Dean Emami, effective Monday, March 9, 2020, students at the University of Washington School of Nursing…


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Beginning March 9, classes and finals will not be held in person

This message was sent to staff, faculty and other academic personnel across the University of Washington on March 6, 2020. Dear Colleagues, The last week or so has been difficult as the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 has gained a foothold in our region and country. Thank you for the calm, resilience and care that…


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Providers Needed for COVID-19 Response in Seattle

Public Health Seattle-King County is in desperate need of provider volunteers (RN, NP, MD, PA) to help manage the volume of calls in the Public Information Contact Center (PICC). PICC is currently open from 8 a.m. -7 p.m., seven days a week, but this may change as this situation evolves. They are able to fast…


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Exploration Seminar in Japan

We are excited to invite you to apply for a new early fall 2020 study abroad opportunity in Japan, “Health Impacts of the Great East Japan Earthquake.” In 2011, a major earthquake struck Northeastern Japan. The subsequent tsunami resulted in over 15,000 deaths and 6,000 injuries. Today, over 2,500 people are still missing, and 5,000…


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Nightingale: A Musical Regarding the Life & Passion of Miss Florence Nightingale

Happy New Year and Happy Year of the Nurse and Midwife! Join us on Sunday, Jan 26, 2020, for Nightingale: A Musical Regarding the Life & Passion of Miss Florence Nightingale at 3 p.m. in UW Ethnic Cultural Center theater. This musical brings Florence Nightingale’s story to life through original music and scenes from her…


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BSN Summer Immersion Program: Rural Ambulatory Care

Are you passionate about the health of rural, medically underserved communities? Interested in serving diverse populations? Want to know what working in ambulatory care is like? We have a unique opportunity for BSN students to complete a summer quarter rotation in one of WA State’s rural/medically underserved areas. This three-week immersion experience provides the opportunity to: Encounter…


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Winter 2020 Course: Mind-Body Medicine (UCONJ 531)

You know there’s more to health science than just science, and you’re craving a connection with yourself and your patients. In this eight-week highly interactive course we will explore mind-body skills that will help you: Combat burnout Cultivate presence Sharpen your focus Engage with your patients Build resilience Discover balance Study smarter Find wellness The…


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Take the UW climate survey

By now, you’ve likely heard about the University climate survey underway through November 8. We hope that each one of you will take 20–30 minutes to participate. To do our best work in serving the public good, the School of Nursing must be a place where all who study, work, and teach can succeed and…


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You’re Invited: Aging with Pride Conference and Gala

Join us for two premier events in Seattle to support the health and well-being of LGBTQ communities, to link lives, reduce social isolation and build bridges across LGBTQ generations and allies! The National LGBTQ Health and Longevity Conference on October 4, 2019, and the Inaugural Generations Celebration on October 5, 2019, are the first-of-its-kind events…


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