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.
The UCSF Academic Senate approves conversion of the Doctor of Nursing Science degree to a PhD in Nursing.
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.
In memory of his wife, Betty (UCSF School of Nursing, 1943), Herbert Gabriel matches a $250,000 gift from UCSF Chancellor Susan Desmond-Hellmann and her husband, Nicholas Hellmann, for student scholarships.
Four year campuswide initiative aims to inspire future leaders in the health sciences.
The family of a dedicated San Francisco nurse creates an endowment for UCSF students committed to community nursing.
In response to a documented need, UCSF School of Nursing helps create a school dedicated to the needs of native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders and grounded in the latest research about nursing, teaching and learning.
In response to major shifts in health care, UCSF School of Nursing updates its curriculum for its master of science students.
Research increasingly recognizes that adolescents and young adults face uniquely complex health challenges. A UCSF nurse leadership program seeks to address those challenges.