Helping Drive Health Care’s Fast-Moving Technology Train
Researchers at UCSF School of Nursing create innovative partnerships and interventions that use technology to extend the nurse’s human touch and deepen connections between patients and caregivers.
Commentary: How Nurses Can Help Grow the Anti-Tobacco Industry
Nurse scientist Ruth Malone explains how better understanding the tobacco industry can help nurses in their ongoing fight against what she calls a “tobacco disease epidemic that killed 100 million people worldwide during the last century.”
New Educational Project Aims to Improve Interprofessional Team Communication
To address one of the major contributing factors leading to medical errors, an interprofessional UCSF team develops a web-based curriculum to improve communication among clinicians.
Adapting to the Changing Role of Advanced Practice Nurses
Authors Gerri Collins-Bride and JoAnne Saxe discuss their new book and the future of advanced practice nursing.
Finding Her Own Path to Nursing
Zena Harvill’s work as a pediatric nurse practitioner at Oakland’s Native American Health Center brings together the diverse threads of a richly lived life.
RESEARCH SPOTLIGHT: Striving to Improve Global Health
Nurse scientists collaborate to address factors that affect individual and population health in Africa, Asia, Europe and Central America.
UCSF School of Nursing’s Diabetes Minor Among First in the Country
Anonymous donor provides a $1.5 million gift to create the country’s first diabetes minor at a school of nursing.
PrimeRISK: Learning to Care for the Most Vulnerable Among Us
With help from a federal grant, the UCSF School of Nursing PrimeRISK program is teaching family nurse practitioner students how to better serve vulnerable populations that often remind students of themselves.
UCSF School of Nursing News
Students, faculty and alumni from UCSF School of Nursing mark individual achievements that advance health care for diverse populations.