Population Health Nursing Posters

Population Based Health in Community Practice Posters

Population Health Posters

Take a look at some of our students' professional posters which highlight the work and contributions they made with our local community health partners. In the project's description you have the option to select a project to view their work more in depth. 


Verdant Health Community Partnership     

Nursing students at this site, work with the Snohomish County Fire District and the Lynnwood Fire Department, together they help modify a vulnerability risk assessment tool. The risk assessment tool connects community members with other resources, beyond emergency services.  

Check out snippets of their work down below and click here to view their project.


Everett Housing Authority Community Partnership

At this site, nuring students work with the Everett Housing Authority's (EHA) Bakerview Apartment staff to help provide subsidized housing to high-need individuals in the community. Specifically, nursing students worked with the staff to help reduce language barriers that were present in clients through their work and planning for File of Life packets.

Check out snippets of their work down below and click here to view their project. 


Anita Vista-Transitional Housing, YWCA

In this community health project students work with the YWCA, specifically the Anita Vista Emergency Domestic Violence Shelter, to help provide effective lasting change for women and families. At this site, nursing students established a relationship with the community and they focused on health promotion and community resilience. In doing so, students initiated and developed a community-centered health curriculum to provide local resources and health information that is related to nutrition, stress reduction, etc. 

Check out snippets of their work down below and click here to view their project.  

 


Police Departments of Tukwila, Everett, and Bothell

In this community health project, nursing students investigate the issue of Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure (BBP) exposure to law enforcement officers (LEOs). Specifically, nursing students worked with the Tukwila, Everett, and Bothell police departments to investigate the process of obtaining source blood for exposed law enforcement personnel. 

Check out snippets of their work down below and click here to view their project. 



 


The Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA)

YWCA Seneca Emergency Domestic Violence Shelter Partnership (2):

At this site, nursing students worked with YWCA to help provide resources for women and their children in order to move towards stable and independent lives. Nursing students learned about the various intervention strategies in community health, while also engaging with the community and building relationships. 

Check out snippets from their work down below and click here to view their project. 


In this YWCA partnership, UWB nurses and faculty worked with advocates and women receiving temporary housing. The team of six nurses from UW Bothell worked together to prepare meals and provide health education oppourtunities to the residents of the Seneca YWCA. 

Check out snippets of their work down below and click here to view their project.