Education

March 2016 Andrew Schwartz
By creating the Sally Bates Endowed Chair in Health Disparities, pioneering neurosurgeon Ernest Bates honors the memory of his mother and the value of nurses and nurse scientists in the essential effort to erase health inequities.
January 2016 Diana Austin
The push to make health care education more interprofessional has taken on a new urgency with the increased focus on high-value care. Despite a host of challenges, UCSF and other institutions are looking at innovative ways to make this happen.
January 2016 Angel Chen
Angel Chen – one of the first interprofessional inductees into the Haile T. Debas Academy of Medical Educators – argues that now is the time for clinical teaching environments to fully embrace interprofessional collaborative practice.
August 2015 Andrew Schwartz
Residency program gives pre-licensure MEPN students invaluable early experience while deepening UC San Francisco’s working relationship with the Veterans Health Administration.
July 2015 Diana Austin
UC San Francisco School of Nursing is forging clinical partnerships to train a new generation of primary care providers to work in patient-centered, interprofessional teams.
February 2015 Andrew Schwartz
As recognition of the need for palliative care expands, UC San Francisco School of Nursing responds with an innovative new program.
October 2014 Kate Darby Rauch
UC San Francisco School of Nursing has a deep historical commitment to the health of the elderly and remains a national force in the evolving field of gerontological nursing.
October 2014 Andrew Schwartz
Changes in nursing, health care and how people learn demand changes in what and how nursing schools prepare students.
October 2014 Andrew Schwartz
UC San Francisco School of Nursing MEPN students take advantage of a top-notch simulation lab to get their initial exposure to patient care.
August 2014 Andrew Schwartz
When acute care nurse practitioners first entered inpatient settings in Central and Northern California, few knew what to make of them. Twenty years later, they are central to the delivery of care in hospitals throughout the region.

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