Education – Education

In a one-hour window at Harborview Medical Center, Maria Paulsen moves between gurneys of five people with apparently serious wounds – from a motorcycle crash, a car crash, a gunshot, a stabbing and a burn.

A year after recreational marijuana use was legalized in Washington state, very little money from taxes—which total over $60 million—has been put toward education, prevention and treatment, despite the fact that more young people seek help for m

Dr. Estell Williams walked around the tables and watched as each “student doctor” took their first attempt at applying a row of stitches to their “patient.” She stopped in front of Marlisa Hall, 15.

Since 1999, Dr. Jeffrey Duchin has managed the Public Health Seattle & King County's response to communicable disease and immunization for. 

The phrase ‘finding a match’ typically evokes the complicated world of dating. For graduating medical students across the country, matching means building a career and finding an academic home in a residency training program.

In taking his children to the playground, KPLU reporter Gabriel Spitzer was surprised to learn that he could no longer enjoy a ride on a swing. Had something changed with age?

The University of Washington’s School of Medicine today once again earned the No. 1 spot among primary-care medical schools in U.S.

Top sports-cardiology and -medicine physicians are meeting this weekend in Seattle to discuss efforts to improve cardiac safety in athletes.

Seth Holmes, a physician and anthropologist, picked strawberries with farmworkers in Washington State and couldn’t meet the minimum requirements to keep this low-paying job.

A group of UW dentistry, medicine and nursing students converged on Mary's Place, a Seattle shelter, to care for homeless women and children.


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