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Antibody tests show low COVID prevalence in UW Medicine staff

Antibody testing of UW Medicine frontline health care workers revealed a low COVID-19 prevalence.... Read More >>

Harborview Behavioral Health Institute report discusses telehealth experiences of providers

During the initial peak period of COVID-19 in Washington State, the Harborview Behavioral Health Institute (BHI) surveyed community behavioral health providers to better understand the transition to telehealth-based care. ... Read More >>

Improve utility of your Opioid Prescribing Report

To improve the utility of your Opioid Prescribing Report, make sure to keep your prescriber list updated in QBS!... Read More >>

Washington Listens is now live!

The new state crisis counseling program, Washington Listens, is officially up and running.... Read More >>

Join us in recognizing the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife

Besides nurses’ contributions to the body of knowledge that guides clinical care and public health, we have benefited from their countless hours, compassion and service.... Read More >>

WSHA kicks-off 2020 virtual events

I am pleased to announce that WSHA’s first virtual conference was a huge success! On June 16, WSHA and UW Medicine hosted the Pacific Northwest Sepsis Conference.... Read More >>

Violence prevention training requirements during COVID

Addressing workplace violence is a priority for hospitals to ensure the best care setting for patients and work environment for staff and providers.... Read More >>

COVID work continues with policy response

WSHA has been working with many of our health care and other community partners to assist with the re-opening of non-urgent medical and dental procedures.... Read More >>

Interprofessional opioid education opportunities available for rural health care teams

Washington State University (WSU) Health Sciences invites health care teams in rural Washington communities to participate in a two-hour interprofessional training opportunity to improve management of patients with chronic pain and diagnosed with, or at risk for developing, opioid use disorder. ... Read More >>

Opportunity for free advance care planning resources with short survey

Advance care planning helps people plan for their medical care in the event that they are unable to make decisions for themselves.... Read More >>

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