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· December 28, 2016
Today are moments, she her life, us teaches that not it can give it back according to the sad disease live. His mind a humanity United for peace in paradise. A dedication according to his soul that co...ntinues to flourish lights for our healing.
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Don Coerver, PA-C: MEDEX Lifetime Achievement Award 2018

This 9-minute film covers the career of Don Coerver, PA-C, Ph.D., who devoted 20 years of his life to P...A education and was central to the development of the MEDEX Eastern Washington Yakima and Spokane sites. Having touched the lives of over 500 PA students during his distinguished career, Don is recipient of the 2018 MEDEX Lifetime Achievement Award. View the video at http://goo.gl/Y15sXo

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This 9-minute film covers the career of Don Coerver, PA-C, Ph.D., who devoted 20 years of his life to PA education and was central to the development of the MEDEX Eastern Washington Yakima and Spokane sites. Having touched the lives of over 500 PA students during his distinguished career, Don is rec...
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NOSORH

Wanted: Researchers and students to participate in research Design and Dissemination Studios (DDS)! NOSORH and Rural PREP are seeking researchers who address t...opics on rural primary care health profession education OR students in a rural primary care education or training program. The DDS are events in which communities participate in the design of research and then help interpret and disseminate the results.
To learn more, click here: https://nosorh.org/rural-prep-and-nosorh-offering-two-desi…/

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Check out these great photos from UW CHWS and WWAMI RHRC at the NW Rural Health Conference!

University of Washington Family Medicine updated their cover photo.
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Check out our report on "Interprofessional Primary Care Course Curriculum and Evaluation" featured in the the latest Society of Teachers of Family Medicine's Family Medicine Journal: http://bit.ly/2tsukvg

Background and Objectives: Primary care (PC) requires interprofessional teamwork and training. Although clinical training in PC settings is well developed in some professions, classroom teaching on the principles and practice of PC provides additional opportunities for interprofessional education.
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Congratulations to Sue Skillman on being awarded the WA Rural Health Association Leah Layne Memorial Health Leadership Award! This award recognizes the late Leah Layne, a long-time campaigner and activist on behalf of rural health. Recipients have demonstrated leadership skills and exemplify Leah’s spirit, vision, foresight, and dedication in the field of rural health. Please congratulate Sue on this well deserved honor!

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Washington Center for Nursing

We know, as nurses, you are asked to take a lot of surveys. The short survey from the University of Washington Center for Health Workforce Studies and WCN is ne...w and different. Its focus is to help nurses in Washington, now and in the future. By taking this survey, you will provide us with information that will help us identify how to support you with education, career advancement, and job satisfaction. Enter to win 1 of 50 $30 gift cards. Survey closes March 8. Check your email or mail for invitation to participate.

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REMINDER! DFM Research Seminar today, Feb. 6 from 12-1pm presented by Morhaf Al Achkar, MD on "Exploring perceptions and experiences of patients who have chronic pain as state prescription opioid policies change: a qualitative study" http://bit.ly/2nO6Bzz

DFM Research Seminar: Exploring perceptions and experiences of patients who have chronic pain February 6, 2018 DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY MEDICINERESEARCH SEMINARSTuesday, February 6th, 2018, 12-1 PM You are invited to our UW Department of Family Medicine’s monthly Research Seminar Series. We welcome al...
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Check out this Society of Teachers of Family Medicine article from UWFM Residency Professor Ying Zhang and Pharmacy Resident Crystal Zhou on Integrating an Interdisciplinary Hepatitis C Virus Curriculum Into a Family Medicine Residency: http://bit.ly/2DSJdfj

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You Have To Do Something Extraordinary

A native of Russia, Olga Pavlova-Rios went through six years of medical education at a prestigious medical academy in St.... Petersburg before moving to the US for love. This meant starting over in a new country, with the MEDEX Northwest physician assistant training program as the entry point for an equivalent career. Read more at https://goo.gl/ouPqUd

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A native of Russia, Olga Pavlova-Rios went through six years of medical education at a prestigious medical academy in St. Petersburg before moving to the US for love. This meant starting over in a new country, with the MEDEX Northwest physician assistant training program as the entry point for an eq...
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UWFM's Dr. Heather Tick is lead on white paper considering alternatives to opioids in UW Medicine Newsroom article: http://bit.ly/2GsGsi7

Acupuncture, tai chi, yoga, music therapy, massage and mindfulness, once considered alternative therapies, have earned the endorsement of a national task force on pain relief.
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Tent City 3 at the University of Washington: Learning from Lived Experience

Near the end of 2016, UW President Ana Mari Cauce welcomed the residents of the Tent... City 3 encampment to a UW campus site for a 3-month period. One year later, Lois Thetford, PA-C examines our campus community’s collective response to this event, and engagement with our homeless neighbors. View the 8-minute video at https://goo.gl/cSC1ik

For the second year in a row, MEDEX Northwest is offering MEDEX Course 580: Homelessness in Seattle. This 10-week course is designed as an interprofessional training opportunity for students in the health professions. For more information about the syllabus, speakers and registration, go to the official course website at http://depts.washington.edu/medex/homeless/

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Near the end of 2016, UW President Ana Mari Cauce welcomed the residents of the Tent City 3 encampment to a UW campus site for a 3-month period. One year later, Lois Thetford, PA-C examines our campus community’s collective response to this event, and engagement with our homeless neighbors.
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Innovation On Lake Washington: Dr. Hank Pelto spearheads Washington Athletics Rowing’s W.E.T. Program http://bit.ly/2DTaSZJ

Together with local police, fire and medical personnel, the boating community and team physician Dr. Henry Pelto, the UW rowing team has taken the step of establishing a thorough, but simple, plan to deal with emergencies related to cardiac incidents on large bodies of water, known as W.E.T. (Water�...
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Congratulations to Dr. Tomoko Sairenji on receiving Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Foundation New Faculty Scholar Award 2018! http://bit.ly/2oJspjm

Tomoko Sairenji receives STFM Foundation New Faculty Scholar Award for 2018 December 19, 2017 Tomoko Sairenji was selected by the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine Foundation as one of ten recipients of the 2018 New Faculty Scholar Award. This award is designed to be a catalyst for developing f...
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