KIRO 7 Story Features Dr. Iyer

In this article focusing on the mental health crisis in Washington, KIRO 7 consults Dr. Sunita Iyer who reminds of the danger of conflating mental health and criminal activity.

February 15, 2023

Meet Laura Simbulan!

Laura Simbalan, BSN student, was nominated by her instructor, Dr. Sunita Iyer, to share her research project at the Student Academic Showcase.  The project is a 2 quarter culmination of Laura’s research on increasing minority blood donors for Bloodworks Northwest, the major blood bank in the PNW.  Laura took the time to answer a few...

May 22, 2024

Community Partners and Students Benefit from Working Together on Clinical Problems

Are you interested in learning about the current scientific evidence to manage a clinical problem? An essential component of our RN to BSN research courses (BNURS 360 & 460) is having students work with community partners to identify a researchable question that students will answer by searching, appraising, and synthesizing the scientific literature. Students complete...

May 22, 2024

New Book, Town Hall Event with Dr. Kenworthy

Dr. Nora Kenworthy’s latest book, Crowded Out: The True Costs of Crowdfunding Healthcare, is being published this spring with MIT Press. The book offers an eye-opening investigation into charitable crowdfunding for healthcare in the United States—and the consequences of allowing health care access to be decided by the digital crowd. Town Hall Seattle will be...

May 22, 2024

Bothell Alumni Featured in “The Huddle”

Three UW Bothell Master of Nursing alumni were featured in a recent issue of The Huddle. In “From Classroom to Clinic: UW Medicine Nurses Share Their UW School of Nursing Journeys,” alumni shared how their education impacted their careers. Read the article: https://huddle.uwmedicine.org/national-nurses-week-2024/

May 10, 2024

Disability Justice

In the course, “Disability Representation in Society,” taught by Mo West, students use art and community engagement as a tool for learning about disability justice. Read the full article: https://www.uwb.edu/news/2024/05/03/the-art-and-practice-of-disability-justice

May 10, 2024

Nursing Students from Tokyo Visited the University of Washington

A group of nursing students from the Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) visited the University of Washington (UW) Bothell and Seattle as their study abroad program. They spent about two weeks in the Pacific Northwest to experience what it is like to be a student at UW and learn about the healthcare system in...

April 17, 2024

HS Alumnae Making a Difference in Our Community

Kashpa Khan and Isabella Humphries, two alumnae from UW Bothell’s Health Studies program are working as part of the Patient Engagement and Navigation team at HealthPoint — a nonprofit community health center based in the Greater Seattle area. Khan and Humphries connect patients with the resources they need. Read more about how these Health Studies...

March 19, 2024

Discussing Representation with Nursing Students at Shoreline Community College

“What is representation? What does it mean? Is it important? If so, why?” Niki Kirby, MSN, RN, NPD-BC, and Carley Borgen, MSN, RN, CNE, who are both instructors in the Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program at Shoreline Community College, asked their nursing students. Then, they asked the same questions to the three special guests:...

March 13, 2024

Meet Dalena Nguyen, HS ’25!

Tell us about yourself and what led you to UW Bothell: I am a first-year graduate within my intermediate family. My career goal is to become a physician’s assistant specializing in oncology or medical surgery. I am attending UW Bothell because I believe that it is a great school with many wonderful professors and opportunities! Tell...

March 4, 2024

Linda Eaton: Current Research

Chronic pain is a common and significant problem for cancer survivors long after completing curative treatment. While pharmacological interventions reduce pain, patients may benefit from nonpharmacological interventions such as mind-body therapies. These interventions are safe, accessible, and can be used to self-manage pain; however, research is needed to support the use of these interventions in...

February 26, 2024