Category Archives: Health Policy

Final memories from South Korea

This post is written by guest writer and 2nd year MEPN, Lihini KeenawinnaImmersion group with faculty post visit to the OJO Skin Rehabili CenterClinical Lab and AcademyWe started the day visiting the Oh-Jung-Ok Skin Rehabili Center Clinical Lab and Academy. … Continue reading

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Update from South Korea

This post is written by guest writer and 2nd year MPEN, Graham Wolfe We had an opportunity to visit Dongukk University Ilsan Hospital which offered a unique collaboration of traditional Korean medicine and western medicine. At Ilsan Hospital we saw … Continue reading

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MEPNs learn how to influence media through Podcasts

On Monday afternoon, second year MEPNs in Dr. Kathy Marsh’s Health Policy class were discussing how nurses can impact the media to influence Health Policy. One of the class assignments is for students to produce a 3- 5 minute podcast … Continue reading

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Today is the last day to register to vote…

Today is the last day to register to vote. Over the years, we have all heard we need to vote because “this is the most important election in generations”, “in our lifetimes” or even “ever.” Usually, this is just campaign … Continue reading

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ANA endorses Hillary!

You may have been on spring break last week, but Hillary Clinton was in Seattle to receive the endorsement of the American Nurses Association (ANA) for president of the United States. The ANA represents the interests of the nation’s 3.4 million … Continue reading

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