Profiles

October 2012 Diana Austin
Students, faculty and alumni from UCSF School of Nursing mark individual achievements that advance health care for diverse populations.
September 2012 Deborah Royal
Deborah Royal has forged a career delivering comprehensive primary care to underserved patients with HIV/AIDS. Both her patients and her students reap the benefits.
August 2012 Martha Ross
Zena Harvill’s work as a pediatric nurse practitioner at Oakland’s Native American Health Center brings together the diverse threads of a richly lived life.
August 2012 Laura Kee
With her advanced practice nursing students, Laura Kee shares insights gathered from a long, rich career in cardiovascular nursing.
July 2012 Brandie Hollinger
Pediatric intensive care nurse Brandie Hollinger has spent the summer embroiled in the policy and politics of health care reform. When the Supreme Court handed down its decision on the Affordable Care Act, she was there.
June 2012 Andrew Schwartz
Japanese government honors Professor Emeritus William Holzemer with its Order of the Rising Sun.
May 2012 Martha Ross
As nurse, scientist, teacher, mentor and administrator, Kathleen Dracup has helped lead the nursing profession into the 21st century.
May 2012 Andrew Schwartz
Gina Wade, who received her master's degree in nursing informatics from UCSF School of Nursing, speaks about the role she plays in a large, integrated delivery system.
May 2012 Diana Austin
Christina Foushee helped lead transition planning for San Francisco’s primary public hospital and only trauma center.
May 2012 Diana Austin
For over 40 years, Patricia Benner has made the case for nursing as a “deep and complex practice.”

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