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Dr. Niitsu attends APNA conference

Dr. Niitsu at the APNA national conferenceDr. Niitsu participated in the American Psychiatric Nurses Association 33rd annual conference. The conference, focusing on Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses: The Whole Health Connection, included 300 sessions and poster presentations on topics related to psychiatric-mental health nursing. 

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Global Collaboration: SNHS and TMDU

Drs. Dworkin, Ezeonwu, Kondo, Niitsu and visiting studentsStudents and faculty benefit from partnerships in teaching and research.  The partnership between Drs. Ezeonwu and Kondo, gives students the opportunity to experience global immersion programs and compare healthcare education and systems in Japan and the United States.  Faculty are able to work on international comparative research and engage students on campuses worldwide.  

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UW Bothell School of Nursing and Health Studies recognized in PayScale's College Salary Report

PayScale released its rankings of best schools for Nursing and Health Science Majors by Salary Potential in 2019. The University of Washington Bothell recieves top ranking in public 4-year universities, at #22, in health science and nursing programs. 

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BSN Alumna on Tribal Canoe Journey

Samantha Capoeman, UW Bothell School of Nursing & Health Studies alumna, is a member of the Quinault Indian Nation and a nurse who is working in tribal clinics. While she was still a student, she participated in the annual Tribal Canoe Journey, where she celebrated indigenous Coast Salish traditions. For the full article, please visit the campus news blog

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HEP Alum, Sarah Heimberger, talks about her CHES Experience

Health Education and PromotionSarah Heimberger was the first Health Education and Promotion minor and Bachelor of Arts in Health Studies major to take the CHES Exam and the first to pass! In this video, she shares her experience and advice for those considering taking the CHES.

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