Mental Health Matters

SNHS professor Dr. Jody Early, in partnership with Verdant Health Commission, has founded Mental Health Matters of Washington, a community-centered mental health awareness program.

May 9, 2022

BSN Students Work to Prevent Social Isolation

Students in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program explore the impacts of social isolation. Social isolation has been proven to be a danger to both mental and physical health.

February 23, 2022

Mental Health Matters of Washington

Dr. Jody Early, SNHS Professor, and team have developed a new program to improve mental health in our communities: Mental Health Matters of Washington.

February 23, 2022

Behavioral Health Program Launched

SNHS' Behavioral Health program for health care professionals was launched last autumn. The program's success has prompted program expansion plans. Every participant in the first cohort said they would recommend the course to peers and coworkers. SNHS dean, Shari L. Dworkin, said “I’m thrilled for the students and their patients, and so proud of our team for this program that will change how caregivers and providers care for the most vulnerable.”

November 8, 2021

Over 200 Students Give Thanks

W day celebrates the University of Washington's birthday. The W day celebration this year included the opportunity for students to write Thank You cards to frontline health care workers. Over 200 students participated and their cards were delivered to EvergreenHealth Kirkland.

November 1, 2021

Meet Sukhaman Kaur!

Get to know Sukhaman Kaur, Fieldwork Program Manager. Sukhaman works with students and community partners to connect students with fieldwork opportunities.

September 30, 2021

Community Connections

SNHS Associate Professor Mabel Ezeonwu led students in their Population-based Health in Community Practice. Students worked closely with community partners to bring "health and hope" through community practice.

September 22, 2021

MN Students Expand Training

Students in the MN program had an opportunity to work with the Washington State Nurses Association to decrease workplace violence.

July 19, 2021