October 2016 Diana Austin
Alumni, faculty, staff and students of the UC San Francisco School of Nursing are changing the face of health care with innovative educational, research and clinical projects.
August 2016 Diana Austin
UCSF global health scholar Jyu-Lin Chen has been named the School of Nursing’s first Presidential Chair in Global Health Nursing.
June 2016 Diana Austin
Sarah Gomez Erlach (BS ’49) and Helen Miramontes (BS ’84, MS ’85) were tireless advocates for improving care for the most vulnerable among us, including migrant farm workers and people with HIV/AIDS.
May 2016 Andrew Schwartz
Acute care nurse practitioner and nurse informaticist Joanna DeLong draws on work and life experience to manage the UCSF Heart and Vascular Center clinic at the Parnassus campus.
April 2016 Martha Ross
Doctoral student Douglas Long confronts the challenges of providing quality health care to inmates in San Quentin, one of America’s most famous prisons.
March 2016 Andrew Schwartz
Catherine Waters has spent her entire career seeking evidence-based approaches for erasing the inequities in health and health care that plague underserved communities. Being named the first Sally Bates Endowed Chair in Health Disparities acknowledges her exemplary work and gives her a platform to expand it.
February 2016 Diana Austin
Nurse practitioner Ann Reppun inspires advanced practice nursing and medical students to bring their passion and knowledge to caring for the underserved.
February 2016 Louis Ward
Just two years young, UC San Francisco School of Nursing’s Master of Science in Healthcare Administration and Interprofessional Leadership program is already shaping a new generation of innovative and compassionate health care leadership. Louis Ward is one such leader.
December 2015 Diana Austin
PhD student Linda Darlene Gregory is using her research and experience to help find ways to increase diversity in scientific research.
November 2015 Andrew Schwartz
The American Academy of Nursing recognizes Marylin Dodd as a Living Legend, for her seminal contributions to symptom management and patient self-care.