Help the Washington Center for Nursing recruit nurse educators!

The Washington Center for Nursing (WCN) is working toward greater diversity in nursing faculty through a unique workshop called, So You Want to be a Professor... Read More >>

Implementation of evidence-based fall prevention strategies: MQI 2021 Incentive Program

Two key components of a fall prevention program include a root cause to learn why the fall occurred and learning opportunities to reduce and mitigate fall risks in your facility by stratifying fall outcome data... Read More >>

Join WSHA in raising awareness of the signs and risks of sepsis

In response to WSHA's advocacy work on Sepsis, Governor Inslee declared September as Sepsis Awareness Month in Washington State for the second year.... Read More >>

Celebrate National Recovery and Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

September is both National Recovery Month and Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. The goal of these events is to raise awareness, increase community conversation, and instill hope.... Read More >>

CMS seeks feedback on rural workforce, behavioral health and social determinants of health

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) will be hosting three listening sessions this month.... Read More >>

Fall prevention support for member hospitals

As the NDNQI measure evidence-based practice recommends capturing data on all falls, regardless of location, WSHA has updated the data systems that members interact with, which include the QBS system as well as how DASH reports fall data.... Read More >>

September webinar to address best practices in caring for patients experiencing suicidality

Emergency departments (EDs) have historically shouldered a significant burden in providing crisis care to patients experiencing suicidality. In Washington, this amounts to approximately 4,000 individuals seeking suicide-related care from our EDs each month... Read More >>

Dreamland author releases second book on substance use disorder and addiction

Sam Quinones, the keynote speaker for the 2019 WSHA Safety & Quality Summit, has published a new novel, The Least of Us: True Tales from America in the Time of Fentanyl and Meth... Read More >>

WSHA Health Equity Collaborative commences

It’s my pleasure to share that the WSHA Health Equity Collaborative commenced last week with a virtual kick-off event attended by a diverse group of hospitals and clinics.... Read More >>

Get ready for Sepsis Awareness Month

September is Sepsis Awareness Month! Sepsis is the body’s life-threatening reaction to infection and is the leading cause of hospital death in America. ... Read More >>

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