An evening of excellence.
An evening of excellence.
An Evening of Excellence

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Call for Comments

The Naturopath Scope Expansion Effort

For the past several years, the naturopathic profession in Washington state has tried to expand naturopaths' scope of practice through legislation and rulemaking without stipulating specific additional education requirements or training. 
In the latest chapter of this years-long effort, the Washington State Department of Health will conduct a sunrise review of the naturopathic scope of practice as requested by the Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians. The DOH will review Senate Bill 5411 from the last legislative session. As part of its sunrise review and to help DOH make informed recommendations to the Legislature on this proposal, the department accepts public comments at through 5 p.m. on Nov. 20, 2023. 

Free Virtual Event

Fossil Fuel Pollution and Climate Change

From the New England Journal of Medicine
As the burning of fossil fuels continues to cause health hazards like air pollution, it is also the primary driver of the climate crisis. The healthcare sector has a responsibility to urgently respond to the accelerating impacts of record temperatures, extreme weather events, and rising sea levels that are contributing to a full-fledged public health crisis across the globe. This new reality prompts crucial questions for clinicians and healthcare leaders on collectively moving forward to prevent and mitigate current and future health and healthcare system impacts.
Join editors from the New England Journal of Medicine as they bring attention to the broad range of health impacts of climate change and how physicians and healthcare leaders can help safeguard their patients’ health.

Call for Volunteers
Seattle/King County Clinic Announces its Return in 2024 with Free Dental, Vision & Medical Care

The clinic returns to Seattle Center February 15 – 18, 2024 

The Seattle/King County clinic will return to Seattle Center for its ninth year. This valued community project will continue its mission to provide free dental, vision, and medical services for those with difficulty accessing and affording healthcare.

Led by Seattle Center and Seattle Center Foundation, Seattle/King County Clinic brings together healthcare organizations, civic agencies, nonprofits, and private businesses to transform Seattle Center facilities into a giant healthcare operation. Approximately 500 licensed healthcare professionals and 500 general support volunteers donate their time and expertise daily at the Clinic to help more than 3,000 people in need. Volunteer registration is open

From WA Physicians for Social Responsibility

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