UC San Francisco School of Nursing’s global health minor is training a future generation of nurses, researchers and leaders for work in an increasingly interconnected world.
In honor of his wife – and of the nurses who cared for her during her yearlong battle with leukemia – Dean Anderson gives UC San Francisco School of Nursing a generous gift to train blood cancer nurses.
With the goal of improving patient care, UC San Francisco’s Center for Innovation in Interprofessional Education seeks ways for prospective nurses, doctors, dentists, pharmacists and physical therapists to learn and work together.
At a recent reception honoring donors who fund School of Nursing scholarships, several students shared stories of how donor funding has made it possible for them to pursue their education.
Newly revamped faculty trainings to promote diversity on campus hinge on looking inward at unconscious biases and beliefs to genuinely understand how to respect and support others.
Three alumnae of the UC San Francisco School of Nursing have created a comprehensive online reference tool for pediatric nurse practitioner students that has attracted thousands of visitors since its October launch.
A renowned pioneer in electrocardiography, David Mortara, funds the School of Nursing’s first distinguished professorship.
Two faculty members from UCSF School of Nursing join a collaborative, multidisciplinary effort to advance the new UCSF Center of Excellence in Pain Education – one of just 12 such National Institutes of Health centers nationwide.
The UC San Francisco School of Nursing collaborates across its health sciences campus to launch an innovative online master’s degree program in health care leadership.
As the United States wrestles with a dramatic increase in the number of people age 65 and older, UCSF School of Nursing responds to a national policy shift by revising its training of advanced practice nurses and collaborating with the UCSF School of Medicine’s Division of Geriatrics.