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Dehydration? Seizure? Long QT? Arrhythmia?

On the heels of examining Cyrus Clendanie, an 8-year-old who’d passed out and conked his head the day before, Jamie Oh posed conditions that might’ve spurred the event.

When people talk about legends at the University of Washington, Roger Rosenblatt is one of them.

Nestled in the beautiful Kootenai National Forest is the small mining town of Libby, Mont. Only 2,500 people call Libby home, but they are served well by Dr. Greg Rice, a family physician and co-founder of the Libby Clinic.

The University of Washington and Gonzaga University are exploring a potential research and medical collaboration -- this, after Washington State University decided to pursue independent accreditation for its own proposed medical school.

UW joined representatives from 208 universities and 55 countries in May at the 5th Annual Consortium of Universities for Global Health meeting in Washington, D.C.

Very few areas in the United States are as well positioned as Washington state to become national research centers. That was the message of University of Washington President Michael K.

The University of Washington School of Medicine announced plans today, March 26, to establish Spokane as the center of an effort called "Next Generation WWAMI."

Eleven individuals and programs recognized at Seattle Business’ 2014 Leaders in HealthCare awards ceremony Monday, Feb. 24, brought honor to the UW through their achievements.

Curriculum renewal took center stage in late January, generating enthusiasm in a well-attended public forum. About 100 faculty, staff and students heared presenters discuss ideas to integrate the structure of the scientific-foundations phase of

A new family medical residency training program in Coeur d’Alene is one step to try to help address Idaho's anticipated shortage of physicians.


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