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"The Startling Dangers of Drowsy Driving"
Tuesday, April 19, 2016Huffington Post
...“In that instant, you could miss a critical event, like somebody braking or somebody crossing lanes, and that’s when you get into an accident,” explains Hans P.A. Van Dongen, Ph.D., director of the Sleep and Performance Research Center at bWashington State University-Spokane/b...

"A President's Role"
Thursday, April 14, 2016Inlander
...There's three major items that attracted me here. The first was the medical school — the chance to build and work together and build the second publicly funded medical school in Washington...

"Spokane County Jail receives an additional $1.75 million from MacArthur Foundation to reduce overcrowding"
Wednesday, April 13, 2016The Spokesman-Review
...which will use a revised risk assessment tool developed by Washington State University Professor Zach Hamilton to determine who should be booked into jail and who should be diverted to other social programs...

"Study shows overall drop in ER visits among patients served by prescription assistance program"
Thursday, April 07, 2016News-Medical net
A graduate student at Washington State University Spokane is the lead author on a research paper that shows an overall drop in emergency room visits and hospitalizations...

"Fulfilling Elson Floyd's vision for WSU in Everett"
Wednesday, April 06, 2016Herald Net
...and last year's legislative approval to start a school of medicine at WSU's Spokane campus...

"Prescription assistance tied to fewer ER visits-4"
Wednesday, April 06, 2016Science Codex.com
A graduate student at Washington State University Spokane is the lead author on a research paper...

"Prescription assistance tied to fewer ER visits-3"
Wednesday, April 06, 2016EurekAlert! Science News
A graduate student at Washington State University Spokane is the lead author on a research paper...

"Prescription assistance tied to fewer ER visits-2"
Wednesday, April 06, 2016MedicalXpress.com
A graduate student at Washington State University Spokane is the lead author on a research paper that shows an overall drop in emergency room visits...

"Prescription assistance tied to fewer ER visits"
Wednesday, April 06, 2016Science Daily
A graduate student at Washington State University Spokane is the lead author on a research paper that shows an overall drop in emergency room visits and hospitalizations by patients...

"Prescription assistance tied to fewer ER visits for some"
Tuesday, April 05, 2016HealthCanal.com
A graduate student at Washington State University Spokane is the lead author on a research paper that shows an overall drop in emergency room visits and hospitalizations by patients...

"How the sun and your wellness are connected; plus other health news"
Tuesday, April 05, 2016Inlander
...WSU’s College of Pharmacy in Spokane recently announced a new three-year grant funding research that may one day lead to medications to treat Alzheimer’s,...

"WSU's next president says he'll work to smooth ties with UW"
Monday, April 04, 2016The Seattle Times
...The two schools feuded for more than a year over WSU’s plans to create its own medical school in Spokane, until May 2015, when the Legislature approved a bill paving the way for WSU to begin the accreditation process...

"Access to free or low-cost medicines helps reduce ER and hospital use, Spokane study finds"
Monday, April 04, 2016The Spokesman-Review
...The study was a collaboration between the Spokane Prescription Assistance Network, Washington State University Spokane, and local doctors and hospitals...

"New WSU president said medical school was a big attraction for him"
Monday, April 04, 2016The Spokesman-Review
In his first meetings with students, staff and the media Friday, Washington State University President-elect Kirk Schulz said WSU’s new medical school in Spokane was one of the reasons he applied for the job...

"WSU president-elect, spouse visit Tri-Cities campus"
Friday, April 01, 2016Tri-City Herald
.... Kirk Schulz said his first six months on the job will be exploratory and that he has a lot to learn, especially when it comes to WSU health care programs such as nursing and the fledgling medical school now named for his predecessor, Elson Floyd...

"Incoming WSU President Schulz kicks off statewide tour"
Friday, April 01, 2016Northwest Public Radio
...Schulz is scheduled to take the presidency in Pullman in June. He told reporters, the new WSU medical school former president Elson Floyd campaigned for, is one of his top priorities...

"New WSU president attracted by academics, medical school"
Friday, April 01, 2016Herald Net
The new president of Washington State University said Friday he was drawn to the school by its high academic standards and by the planned new medical school...

"Schulz ready to take charge as WSU president"
Friday, April 01, 2016KXLY.com
Kirk Schulz, Washington State University's new president, is getting acquainted with his new home in the Inland Northwest, touring campuses in Pullman, Tri-Cities and Spokane Friday...

"New WSU president tours Spokane campus"
Friday, April 01, 2016KREM 2
...Schulz said taking his new position was a no brainer. He said he was impressed with WSU’s academic standing, as well as with the medical school...



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