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Real world intrudes on quarantine course

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Stefanie Iverson Cabral teaches a course in the School of Nursing & Health Studies called Quarantine and Isolation that, ironically, will be conducted remotely this spring  because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Master of Nursing program retains high ranking

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The School of Nursing & Health Studies can take pride in the U.S. News & World Report 2021 Best Nursing Schools: Masters, which ranks the UW No. 2 among public schools that offer a master’s degree.

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COVID-19 puts new light on pandemic movies

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In light of COVID-19, an earlier story about using movies to teach public health is worth another look for the analysis of “Outbreak” and “Contagion” by Associate Professor Chris Wade.

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Race, gender inequities in medical crowdfunding

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New research, led by School of Nursing & Health Studies Associate Professor Nora Kenworthy, shows that medical crowdfunding campaigns on the GoFundMe online platform appeared to be heavily influenced by users' race and gender.

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Training teachers in student mental health

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The UW Bothell School of Nursing & Health Studies is developing an online behavioral health education program for K-12 teachers and staff. The program will give them foundational knowledge in mental health, mental illness, substance use, de-escalation and school safety.

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