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Movies such as “Contagion” and “Outbreak” can be useful in public health classes for discussions about science, global politics and social impacts. Research led by Associate Professor Chris Wade found health-related movies influence students’ career decisions.
University of Washington Bothell RN to BSN students are helping some Everett Housing Authority residents fill out “File of Life” forms. The forms listing emergency medical information go on a handy place -- refrigerator doors.
Erika Armengol is a hard worker, but she says her University of Washington Bothell experience wouldn’t be possible without a package of financial aid including a Husky Promise Grant. After graduating next year in health studies and in educational studies she plans to help her community.
A study on crowdfunding health care by University of Washington Bothell researchers Nora Kenworthy, left, and Lauren Berliner attracted widespread national and international attention. The two tell the Simpson Center for the Humanities what they learned from the media exposure.
A student whose parents did not attend college, Yasmin Guzman is proud to have been admitted to UW Bothell and honored to receive the Husky Promise financial aid. Plus, says the health studies major, “it’s a UW degree.”
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