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Project ECHO (EXTENSION FOR COMMUNITY HEALTH OUTCOMES)
Work Study Position Available Now!
GREAT OPPORTUNITY AT HARBORVIEW FOR STUDENTS INTERESTED IN PUBLIC HEALTH, NURSING, OR BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
This position will assist with information processing and management. Duties range from routine photocopying, electronic document conversion, scanning, faxing and filing to more complex tasks such as chart review, clinical data extraction, data entry into research databases, and advanced record management. Assignment of specific duties will vary with skill and commitment. Must be able to work independently and proactively prioritize work, communicate well with team members, and initiate action as required to meet deadlines.
We’ll provide excellent work training as well as exposure to bio-behavioral research and telehealth training environments. Learn and observe steps that are needed to conduct research. Gain knowledge of specific disease processes, laboratory tests and radiological tests. Work in a team environment.
This position is based at the Ninth and Jefferson building in the Harborview complex; regular shuttles are available from the UW campus. Ideal candidates will be available 8-12 hours a week for at least two academic quarters, and preference is extended to those available on Mondays and Tuesdays. Pay rate ranges from $13 – $15/hr.
Consideration for this position is limited to those who have been awarded work study as part of their UW financial aid package.
Contact Pam Landinez at email@example.com
See our official posting at http://bit.ly/1TZZM7A
The Husky Leadership Initiative (HLI) is a cross-campus effort that facilitates, deepens and expands student leadership education both in and outside the classroom. HLI is committed to supporting students’ leadership development journeys as they cultivate the knowledge, skills, and attitudes they need to be effective change agents and contributing members in their communities. We believe that collaboration amongst the many leadership education efforts across campus will collectively strengthen our ability to make student leadership education more accessible, explicit and comprehensive. Please join us in this effort!
The Husky Leadership Initiative (HLI) currently seeks faculty and staff members to serve on the 2016-2017 Husky Leadership Initiative project committees. HLI committee members develop programming and provide logistical support for one of the major Husky Leadership Initiative efforts. Committee members will work alongside UW faculty, staff and students and can expect a 1-2 hour per week volunteer commitment during the 2016-2017 academic year.
Responsibilities for HLI committee members include:
- Commit to one HLI project committee (U Lead We Lead, Leadership Firesides, Husky Spring Training, Husky Leadership Certificate, Emerging Leaders Retreat, or Curricular leadership education).
- Attend project committee meetings. Some project committees meet every two weeks for one hour during the entire academic year while others meet weekly for several months around the timing of the committee’s program. Specific committee meeting times will be determined once committee membership is finalized.
- Support planning and implementation, logistics, marketing/promotion and assessment of project (see committee descriptions for more detail).
- Optional: Attend twice a quarter Husky Leadership Initiative full committee meetings to provide input and feedback on current and future HLI events, programs, and initiatives. Full committee meetings will be scheduled on Friday mornings from 8:30-10 a.m.
Interested? Please fill out this Faculty/Staff Interest Form by 5 p.m. on June 30.
Highline Medical Center is seeking volunteers from noon-8 pm daily to help “round” on patients.
This will include such duties as checking on patients to make sure they are comfortable (adjust bed, pillow, blanket, Kleenex) as well as bringing supplies to patient’s room.
All of their physicians will know that you are interested in medical school and can provide opportunities for you to observe procedures.
Follow the link below and complete an application.
Once your application is processed, you will be scheduled for an Emergency Department Orientation.
The following two questions are included in the application. Answers are included below:
Where? Highline Medical Center Burien
What positions are you interested in pursuing? Patient Care Assistant
Please email Jennifer Aviles at firstname.lastname@example.org when you have completed the application and she will contact Volunteer Services with your name so they can get you started.
Are you interested in immersing yourself in the beauty and richness of the Makah culture? Do you love working with elementary school students? Do you want a deep, engaging, non-traditional learning experience in Washington State?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, consider applying for the “Telling Our Stories: Neah Bay” project via a partnership between the UW’s Pipeline Project and Neah Bay Elementary School. During the 2016-2017 school year, a small group of UW students will take part in a year-long project with students from this Native community. Using oral histories, digital storytelling, and photography, UW students will learn about the rich history and culture of the Makah people while mentoring 5th-6th grade students to create a digital storytelling project to celebrate their own Native culture.
Note that this project will require a 3-quarter commitment as well as a 2 week partnership experience during September in Neah Bay. Students will travel to Neah Bay during one of these weeks. There will be a weekly seminar during autumn, winter, and spring quarters that all students will attend. Students will also travel to Neah Bay during Spring Break.
There are no fees (besides tuition) for this amazing opportunity, and students will earn up to 12 EDUC401 credits. Applications and resumes are due on Catalyst Tuesday May 31, 2016 at 5:00pm. The application questions are attached to this email.
Want more information? Please see this website for more!
Hello UW students,
My name is Mitchell Chen and I’m the Director of Diversity Efforts with the student government here at UW. We’re partnering with Hall Health and other health-related entities on campus to conduct a Student Health Priorities Survey. We wanted to gauge how underrepresented and marginalized students felt about health services on campus and get feedback on how to improve. The survey will guide Hall Health, the Counseling Center, and other entities on future strategic plans.
We are asking for feedback from students and the survey can be found here: tinyurl.com/UWStudentHealth.
It’s due this Friday at 11:59pm. Hall Health is also offering a free IPad as a raffle for students who have taken the survey. If you input your e-mail at the end of the survey (no attempt will be made to identify you), you’ll automatically be entered in the drawing.
Thank you so much!!
Mitchell Chen | Director of Diversity Efforts
Associated Students of the University of Washington
COPE Health Scholars is excited to announce the expansion of the program to Providence-Everett! Now students have three sites to choose from for clinical care exposure.
More information can be found at:
Why I Did the Unthinkable—and Took a Gap Year
To my family, taking time for myself after college was a waste of time.
Are you a pre-health student wondering how you can set yourself apart from a crowd of applicants? Are you wondering what’s going to happen once you’re off your parents’ insurance? Do you sympathize with the millions of uninsured or underinsured citizens in the US? There’s a reason the healthcare debate has come to the forefront in the upcoming presidential election, but you need to seek out the information to understand the issues!
The most common shortfall of pre-health students in their applications and interviews is a lack of understanding of the healthcare system. Regardless of whether it’s as a nurse, physician, administrator or public health official, it is imperative to understand the environment in order to better serve people.
You can slog through the 1,990 pages of the Affordable Care Act yourself, or you can sit back and enjoy some pizza while our officers sum it up (as well as the nation’s health care situation in general) in easy-to-understand language. Learn how you can become an officer for the upcoming year, and how you can get involved with the fight for an economically and ethically improved healthcare system!
FREE PIZZA AND DRINKS!
Come to Savery Room 130 on May 19th at 7PM