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We've waited 15 long months for this! WANP's Mount Baker level corporate partner, CuraLife, wants to celebrate all that we've all been through in the last year. Get wined and dined and educated by CuraLife rep Remy Reinstein as he hosts our first party of the year! This is an event you do NOT want to miss. You must be a WANP member to attend, and you must RSVP in advance, as space is limited by COVID restrictions. Join the…Find out more »
Join the WANP’s Governmental Affairs committee for our FIRST Pints & Politics event of the 2022 Legislative Session! Share your thoughts on our legislative agenda, learn how you can be more involved in our efforts, donate to our PAC Fund, and learn more about legislative process - all while enjoying a cold beverage and some awesome community. Venue and additional details TBD. Everyone is welcome!Find out more »
In the late 20th century, trauma has been defined as an autonomic response to an environment or experience that is potentially dangerous or unsafe. Trauma often results in psychological, structural, immunological, and other metabolic changes. Unfortunately, these changes can be passed down through genetic predisposition affecting an entire lineage. The first longitudinal study evaluating the long-term impacts of childhood abuse was conducted by the CDC-Keiser Permanente. This study was the first to illuminate the long-term effects of trauma. Since then, extensive research…Find out more »
(non-WANP) Offering: Decolonizing Medicine – Toward equity and inclusivity in integrated healthcare ~ Integrative Medicine for the Underserved
**The WANP is committed to promoting offerings related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism given that the lack of equity in our culture is a significant underlying cause of disease.** What does it mean to decolonize medicine; and, how do we build more equitable models of integrative healthcare? Integrative Health has been critiqued as a movement emphasizing "elite medicine for the worried well... pricey, non-essential healthcare practices for the overserved."* Yet, many ‘integrative’ practices (e.g., yoga, mindfulness, acupuncture) have historical…Find out more »
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