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QSNA Scholarship: Undergrads & Alumni

QSNA ScholarshipThe UW School of Nursing has been selected as the first academic partner in the United States to bestow the Queen Silvia Nursing Award (QSNA) for dementia care.  

Practicing registered nurses who have graduated from any of the three University of Washington nursing programs (UW Seattle, UW Bothell, or UW Tacoma) with a bachelor’s of science in nursing degree and current UW undergraduate student nurses may apply for the scholarship online through November 6, 2020.

*Applications must include an idea or solution to addressing COVID-19 challenges in healthcare environment and special merit will be given for submissions that focus on the well-being of elderly and dementia-diagnosed communities.*

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Gender transformative programmes: our Dean in BMJ

"Without a gender transformative approach, male engagement interventions risk reinforcing existing gender inequalities," writes Dean Shari L. Dworkin and colleagues. 

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Dean's Corner

Dean Shari Dworkin discusses the value and impact of mentorship at the School of Nursing and Health Studies (SNHS) in the Fall Newsletter. SNHS embraces mentoring intensively as both an art and a science. Our faculty and staff also deeply engage the mentorship of students and have experienced numerous successes in this arena.

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Go Fund Yourself America’s dystopian health care system is forcing people into a lethal popularity contest.

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University of Washington Bothell School of Nursing and Health Studies faculty members research is mentioned in the article "Go Fund Yourself America’s dystopian health care system is forcing people into a lethal popularity contest."

STEPHEN MARCHEJANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018 ISSUE MOTHER JONES

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Guatemala Summer Quarter 2018

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Summer Quarter 2018

Global Health Promotion in Guatemala: Health Services Delivery in Resource Poor Settings. 

This service-learning course, conducted in partnership with a community based organization, Guatemala Village Health, is designed to expose students to policy contexts in which health care is delivered in resource-poor settings with particular emphasis on Guatemala. 

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