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Congratulations 2014 Alpha Sigma Nu InducteesPlease join us in congratulating this year’s Alpha Sigma Nu inductees from nursing, Jacob Armstrong, Sonya Wyrobek, and Kennedy Chelberg.
Kelsie Deisinger receives Student Leader of the Year Award from EnactusCongratulations to SU nursing student, Kelsie Deisinger (BSN ’15), who received the Student Leader of the Year Award and was one of 2 finalists for the Ambassador of Enactus award. She will receive two scholarships as a result of her accomplishments in Seattle Enactus.
New SU Clinical Performance Lab Video TourNever had a chance before to
visit our state-of-the-art nursing training facility? Check out this new
video tour of the Seattle University Clinical Performance Lab and see for
yourself where our students learn their essential nursing skills.
Partners for Justice in Health Dr. Jane W. Peterson, Director Emerita
The Center for Vulnerable Populations is a multidisciplinary community of scholars committed to building the capacity to promote health in vulnerable populations through research, advocacy, teaching, and management of health and health problems. The underlying values of the Center are intellectual integrity, social justice and service to others.
The overall goal of the Center is to promote health parity locally and globally through research, scholarship, and service. More specific goals are to:
The framework guiding the work of the Center for Vulnerable Populations is the Ecological Model used by the Institute of Medicine:
“The ecological model is a framework for action and an understanding of the forces that impact on health, a model of health that emphasizes the linkages and relationships among multiple determinants affecting health. Such an ecological model, the committee believes, is key to effectively addressing the challenges of the 21st century.”
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