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California Has a Shortage in Mental Health Providers. How UC’s Bold New Initiative Will Address It.

More than half of Californians suffering from mental health issues are not receiving the psychiatric care they need. Within the next decade, the state is expected to see the number of psychiatrists decline by 34 percent.  

Leadership in Action: Alumni, Faculty, Staff and Student Milestones
Sandy Staveski Joins Board of Global Pediatric Organization
UCSF Health Care Workers to Serve in New York City

Twenty-four UC San Francisco health care workers are on voluntary assignment in New York City providing urgently needed health care support for patients in the NewYork-Presbyterian (NYP) hospital system.