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December 9-10, 2019

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    December Palliative Care

    Diane 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.
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    events

    Partnerships for Impact

    Dean 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. 
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    media

    DNP Grad Interviewed on Alarm Fatigue

    DNP 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.
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    10 Years of Progress

    Help celebrate the International Vaccine Access Center’s 10th anniversary 3-5 p.m. Monday, December 9, in Sheldon Hall. BSPH. Keynote by Orin Levine, director of global delivery programs at the Gates Foundation. Register

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    achievements

    Exam Week!

    The Global Health Nursing Interest Group wants to wish you good luck on finals!
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    announcements

    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.

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    events

    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.