With the move to family-centered care, UC San Francisco School of Nursing scholars study various ways to highlight the unique needs and contributions of fathers.
A research team from UCSF School of Nursing cautions that the move toward patient-centered care may seriously disadvantage patients whose cultural skill set isn’t primed to direct their care.
To help prevent tobacco addiction in another generation of Americans, doctoral candidate Susan Forsyth says we need to examine the relationship between playing video games and young people’s smoking and other risk-taking behaviors.
Nurse scholar JiWon Choi tests whether a mobile phone-based app can motivate pregnant women to start exercising and experience healthy pregnancies.
Alumna Cindy Wojtecki looks at the experiences of older adults who live with implantable cardioverter defibrillators.
Work at UC San Francisco School of Nursing seeks to alleviate pain during and after cancer treatment by expanding the definition of precision medicine.
A study by UC San Francisco School of Nursing’s Christine Miaskowski and Bradley Aouizerat identifies genetic predictors for lymphedema in breast cancer survivors.
Bradley Aouizerat leverages epigenetics to seek new treatments for persistent pain.
John Merriman’s research aims to fight cognitive changes associated with cancer treatment.
UCSF’s Catherine (Kit) Chesla delivered the 33rd Helen Nahm Research Lecture, highlighting findings from her research into families, ethnicity and chronic illness.