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UW Bothell a match for dedicated nurse

Kathryn Newton

As a Bachelor of Science in nursing is increasingly required by hospitals, more registered nurses are turning to UW Bothell's School of Nursing and Health Studies for its RN to BSN program. For many students like Kathryn Newton the decision is about more than a degree.

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Shari L. Dworkin named dean of University of Washington Bothell School of Nursing & Health Studies

Shari Dworkin

Shari L. Dworkin has been named dean of the School of Nursing & Health Studies at the University of Washington Bothell. Dworkin comes from the University of California San Francisco where she was a professor and associate dean for academic affairs.

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UW Bothell assesses impact of big downtown fire

Bothell fire truck

National Nurses Week, May 6-12 
UW Bothell nursing students are talking with firefighters, business owners and Bothell residents for a community health assessment to document their resiliency in the year following a huge downtown fire. A multimedia project will be part of a commemoration event this summer.

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Kenworthy's book wins health/medicine prize

Nora Kenworthy

“Mistreated: The Political Consequences of the Fight Against AIDS in Lesotho” by School of Nursing & Health Studies Assistant Professor Nora Kenworthy has been awarded a prize from Vanderbilt University Press, which recognizes the best book in health/medicine each year.

 

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Where are they now? Justin Gill at Yale

Justin Gill

Justin Gill, who earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing in 2013 at University of Washington Bothell, is now a student in the doctor of nursing practice program at Yale where he expects to graduate in 2019. Gill says his classes at UW Bothell taught him to consider broader concepts in health care and nursing.

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