Preventing complications, and particularly respiratory complications and delirium in older trauma patients could lower the chances of intensive care unit (ICU) readmission and reduce the risk of death, researchers at the University of Washington School…

PRIDE today Today, LGBTQI+ PRIDE Month celebrates our nation’s diverse populations including Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (or questioning one’s sexual or gender identity), Intersex, and other sexual orientations besides heterosexual. This observance began after the…

New research published in the Journal of Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (JAMDA) aimed to answer how evidence-based practices (EBPs) are implemented into long-term care (LTC) settings while also focusing on identifying factors that promote…

During 2019 to 2021, the U.S. experienced one of the greatest increases in all-cause pediatric fatalities (ages 1-19 years) in more than 50 years, with increased mortality disproportionately resulting from preventable injuries. In May 2024,…

Congratulations to the HIPRC Trainee, Anne Massey, MPH, PhD(c) selected as a 2024 Bonderman Fellow. Each year, a select group of UW students are provided a rare opportunity to independently travel the world as Bonderman…

For Immediate Release from the Washington Traffic Safety Commission: Washington experienced 810 traffic deaths in 2023 according to preliminary data collected by the Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC). This represents a 10% increase since 2022,…

In support of the Swim Seattle Initiative (a FREE drowning prevention and educational swim program championed by Mayor Harrell), Seattle Parks and Recreation successfully hosted Washington State Parks’ first annual Water Safety Day at Rainier Beach…

Join us on Thursday, May 9th! Time:  1:00p – 7:00p (PT) Location: Skagit Valley College (Angst Hall), Mount Vernon, WA *Preregistration is encouraged & free! Join UW Bothell and community partners at MINDfest 2024, a…

Why we celebrate AANHPI Heritage Month  Asian American, Native Hawai’ian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month originated with Congress in the late 1970s. Since its origin, it has honored many different populations, countries and islands that…

Summer is nearing… get ready for swimming!  As part of the Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) commitment to equitable and accessible programming, Swim Seattle is offering all scholarship-eligible youth FREE Beginner Swim Lessons. Swim Seattle is…

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