Behavioral Health Program Launched

SNHS' Behavioral Health program for health care professionals was launched last autumn. The program's success has prompted program expansion plans. Every participant in the first cohort said they would recommend the course to peers and coworkers. SNHS dean, Shari L. Dworkin, said “I’m thrilled for the students and their patients, and so proud of our team for this program that will change how caregivers and providers care for the most vulnerable.”

November 8, 2021

Community Connections

SNHS Associate Professor Mabel Ezeonwu led students in their Population-based Health in Community Practice. Students worked closely with community partners to bring "health and hope" through community practice.

September 22, 2021

Meet New Faculty

New faculty begin on 9/16. Please join UWB in welcoming these new faculty!

September 7, 2021

SNHS Partners with LETI

Read more about the workplace health and safety videos being created by the Latino Educational Training Institute and SNHS students and faculty.

May 17, 2021

UW Bothell Behavioral Health team reflect on Mental Health & Wellness

The National Public Health theme, Uplifting Mental Health and Wellness, reflections are written by the UW Bothell School of Nursing and Health Studies Behavioral Health team. The team is interdisciplinary and includes Drs. Hoa Appel, Annie Bruck, Shari L. Dworkin, Sunita Iyer, Ko Niitsu, Andrea Stone, and Mo West.

April 13, 2021

Social Justice Through Sustainable Chemistry

Through education programs with the United Nations and the American Chemical Society, Dr. Grace Lasker is promoting sustainable chemistry, embedded with values of social and environmental justice.

February 19, 2021

UWB Interviews Iverson Cabral

SNHS assistant teaching professor Stefanie Iverson Cabral was interviewed by the campus news team on 12/9. Her expertise in infectious disease, she's been studying them for 20 years, brings a unique perspective to the pandemic. Read more in the campus news story.

December 10, 2020

Assistant Professor Niitsu: Resilience and Stress

Read about SNHS assistant professor Kosuke "Ko" Niitsu's research on resilience and stress. This quarter, Niitsu has been studying, "Resilience Through Virtual Mindfulness." Learn more about mindful resilience and stress.

November 20, 2020