December 9-10, 2019Subscribe to
December Palliative CareDiane Shader Smith saw the struggles of chronic care faced by her late daughter, turning the young woman's written accounts into the book Salt in My Soul: An Unfinished Life by Mallory Smith. Shader Smith speaks noon-1 p.m. Monday, December 9, Alumni Auditorium. Lunch provided. RSVP.
Partnerships for ImpactDean Davidson hosts Althea Hicks of the Jonas Foundation and Earl Millett of the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesday, December 11, Room 10. Lunch served. RSVP by December 9.
DNP Grad Interviewed on Alarm FatigueDNP graduate Maria Cvach of Johns Hopkins Hospital explains the whys and hows of reducing a "cry wolf phenomenon" that can lull caregivers into missing a genuine patient emergency in a Kaiser Health News article on ABCNews.com.
Exam Week!The Global Health Nursing Interest Group wants to wish you good luck on finals!
Building Update: Ins, Outs
On Monday, December 9, Phase 2 of a stormwater runoff project begins at the rear of Pinkard. Keys: Enter the Student House via Jefferson Street only. Enter Pinkard using a new black asphalt path. Bike racks remain accessible inside the security gate. Your patience is appreciated.
Treating UTIs in Home-bound Older Adults
Megan Morrison, palliative nurse and faculty at Pacific Lutheran University, presents “Complex care, confusion, and antibiotic stewardship: Managing urinary tract infections in home-bound older adults,” 12:30-1:30 p.m. Tuesday, December 10, Room 10. RSVP.