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"Washington Alliance of Teaching Physicians plugs creation of medical school in Spokane"
Thursday, September 11, 2014Journal of Business
...ATP also supports efforts of Greater Spokane Incorporated to create awareness that the need for a second medical school in Washington state rises above the debate over whether Pullman-based Washington State University,...

"Guest opinion: With cooperation, medical school ready to thrive"
Monday, September 08, 2014Spokesman Review
Spokane has a great medical school at the Riverpoint campus thanks to years of successful collaboration between the University of Washington and Washington State University...

"Does exposure to viokence and trauma impact students' education prospects?"
Monday, September 08, 2014National Journal
..."It's very easy for any of us to extend compassion to a 5-year-old," says Christopher Blodgett, a psychologist and director of the Washington State University's Collaborative Learning for Educational Achievement and Resiliency (CLEAR) Trauma Center."...

"Officers hesitate shooting black suspects in WSU 'deadly force' lab"
Monday, September 08, 2014KREM.com
In the continued debate over gun control in the United States, researchers at Washington State University released findings from a study on the impact race has on officer involved shootings...

"Tri-Citians dream of continuing medical studies near home"
Saturday, September 06, 2014Tri-City Herald.com
...Just the possibility to attend medical school in the Tri-Cities is exciting, say prospective WSU medical students...

"WSU-UW at odds over possibility of expanded medical eduation programs in Tri-Cities"
Saturday, September 06, 2014Tri-City Herald
...aspiring physicians might have another option in the coming years: WSU is studying whether to start its own medical school based at its Spokane campus. And along with it could come a clinical program in the Tri-Cities...

"Editorial: Murray's bill would help bring physicians to rural communities"
Friday, September 05, 2014Spokesman Review
...The program helped the partnership of Providence Health Care, the Empire Health Foundation and Washington State University-Spokane launch the Spokane Teaching Health Center...

"Inslee withholds judgment on who should run Spokane medical school"
Friday, September 05, 2014Spokesman Review
...Asked Thursday whether the University of Washington or Washington State University should run a new school to train physicians in Spokane, Inslee said other questions are more important to answer first...

"WSU study finds local officers slower to fire at black suspects"
Friday, September 05, 2014Spokesman Review
...The recently published results, fruit of a one-of-its-kind laboratory at the WSU Spokane campus, is contrary to decades of evidence suggesting police are more likely to fire upon people of color than white suspects...

"Simulator in 'deadly force' lab reveals racial disparities in shootings"
Wednesday, September 03, 2014Medical News Today
Participants in an innovative Washington State University study of deadly force were more likely to feel threatened in scenarios involving black people. But when it came time to shoot, participants were biased in favor of black suspects,...

"As newly insured seek care, rural doctor shortage worsens"
Tuesday, September 02, 2014Seattle Times
...“Rural medicine can be pretty fun, but it can be quite demanding and this generation is less inclined to work quite as hard as previous generations,” said Dr. John McCarthy, assistant dean for regional affairs at the UW School of Medicine...

"City buys land for pedestrian bridge"
Sunday, August 31, 2014Spokesman Review
The City of Spokane has paid $275,000 to Wilfred Nowlan for a parcel of land planned as the south end of a proposed University District pedestrian bridge...

"Are Police Bigoted?"
Saturday, August 30, 2014The New York Times
...experiment last year at Washington State University in Spokane suggested that the opposite might be true: In realistic simulations of confrontations, subjects armed with laser-firing pistols acted in ways that left black suspects less likely to be shot at — not more...

"Catholic directives won't apply to new WSU Spokane health clinic"
Friday, August 29, 2014Spokesman Review
Religious directives that some worried could restrict medical care at a new health clinic preparing to open on the Washington State University Spokane campus are being jettisoned...

"WSU professor, Spokane police featured in CNN segment on crisis intervention research"
Thursday, August 28, 2014Spokesman Review
A Washington State University professor of criminal justice and the Spokane Police Department have been featured on CNN for their collaboration on research into the physical and emotional responses of law enforcement in crisis situations...

"ACLU says WSU-Spokane should refuse religiouis medical doctrines"
Thursday, August 28, 2014KPBX
WSU Spokane excitedly announced funding for six new medical residency spots in December. Now, the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington says the partnership that made the slots available could bind WSU to religious directives...

"ACLU says WSU-Spokane should refuse religious medical doctrines"
Thursday, August 28, 2014Spokane Public Radio
WSU Spokane excitedly announced funding for six new medical residency spots in December. Now, the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington says the partnership that made the slots available could bind WSU to religious directives...

"AACLU says WSU medical clinic will be limited by Catholic teachings"
Wednesday, August 27, 2014Spokesman Review
The participation of Providence Health Care in a clinic planned for Washington State University Spokane’s campus could prevent patients from obtaining birth control or other reproductive services,...

"Key Factor in police shootings: 'Reasonale Fear'"
Friday, August 22, 2014New York Times
...At Washington State University in Spokane, researchers have run hundreds of simulated confrontations with suspects, using 60 filmed situations based on real life...

"Sen Murray, pushing funds for residencies, sidesteps Spokane medical school flap"
Thursday, August 21, 2014Spokesman Review
...Would that shortage be helped better by a second medical school in the state operated by Washington State University, or by having the Spokane-based school continue to be part of the University of Washington’s multistate program, she was asked...

"Guest: Washington state needs another medical School"
Monday, August 18, 2014The Seattle Times
...WSU Spokane is the optimal home for the new school. The clinical faculty in Eastern Washington have taught UW-WWAMI medical students for years. Spokane has the clinicians and teaching settings to support the new school...

"Some people are using lucid dreams to be more productive while they sleep"
Monday, August 18, 2014Business Insider Australia
...Ryan Gamble has wires applied to his head by lab technologist Amy Bender in preparation for a polysomnographic recording system demonstration at Washington State University Spokane’s Sleep and Performance Research Center December 13, 2006 in Spokane, Washington...

"WSU students awarded research support grant"
Thursday, July 03, 2014Journal of Business
WSU Spokane doctoral students Kari Gaither and Elizabeth Duenwald each were awarded a prestigious grant from the National Science Foundation recently...

"Medical-school pilot program attracts fewer students"
Thursday, July 03, 2014Journal of Business
The incoming class of second-year medical students in Spokane will be about half the size of the inaugural second-year class, with nine to 11 slots failing to fill. Ken Roberts, director of the Spokane unit of WWAMI,...

"WSU Spokane's wish list has $52 million price tag"
Thursday, July 03, 2014Journal of Business
Washington State University Spokane likely will seek $51.9 million in state funding during the next six years for capital purchases and projects envisioned under its next 10-year master plan, which is still in the draft stage...

"Local teens back from national design competition"
Wednesday, July 02, 2014KREM
...Kleopatra Deltchev, Jessica Lim and Hailey Guyette first entered the Math Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) program their freshman year. ...



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