A big thanks to Ms. Christine Lounsbury of the Evergreen School and Principal Bill Glidewell of Summit Valley Elementary for letting us join in your fun and learning for EWAHEC in the Classroom last Friday. EWAHEC presented sessions on Olfactory Fun, The Amazing Neuron, and Occupational Therapy. Big thanks to Jessica and Katerine from the WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine for hosting their session on Bones and Muscles, and to Suhanna from United Health Care for hosting Get Moving! Everyone had a great time!
The Eastern Washington Area Health Education Center would like to present our Health Careers Guidebook. This resource explores over 80 healthcare careers and features the career name, a career description, what the workplace looks like, what the salary range is, and where in Washington our students can study to work in these careers.
The EWAHEC is working to identify more continuing medical education topics for this year. Take our survey!
Thanks for inviting the EWAHEC to Science Night Out at Lake Spokane Elementary. Mr. Bones and I had a great time meeting the students and teaching a quick lesson about contagion!
The Eastern Washington AHEC was featured on Better Health, a podcast available through SpokaneTalksOnline.com. Click here to check out the interview between Krista Loney, EWAHEC Director, and Sue Lani Madsen, host of Better Health.