Research

May 2013 Tara Walhart
Conducting basic research to prevent potentially fatal repercussions from HPV infection is another way to be a public health nurse.
May 2013 Kate Darby Rauch
Caroline Stephens aims to reduce unnecessary and jarring emergency room trips for the frail elderly.
April 2013 Diana Austin
The research of nurse scientist Elena Flowers could eventually lead to more personalized – and more effective – interventions for cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
March 2013 Martha Ross
UCSF School of Nursing faculty member tests new strategies that target the “intertwined epidemics” of HIV/AIDS and methamphetamine use.
March 2013 Diana Austin
UCSF Master’s Entry Program in Nursing student Kelly McGrath’s research may eventually lead to more-effective treatments for people with mild-to-moderate asthma.
March 2013 Emily Green
How does the stress of fitting in to a new culture affect the health of immigrant teens?
February 2013 Jennifer Baird
Doctoral student Jennifer Baird’s research seeks ways to deliver more effective palliative care to families with children who suffer from life-limiting or life-threatening illness.
December 2012 Andrew Schwartz
Director Patricia Grady of the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) discusses the future of palliative and end-of-life care, as well as the role that nurses and the NINR play in shaping that future.
December 2012 Diana Austin
Understanding how and where people age can help clinicians and policymakers improve the health of their populations. Zachary Zimmer’s work opens a window on aging around the globe.
October 2012 Andrew Schwartz
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.

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