November 2018 Diana Austin
A unique clinic in Haiti that treats children with chronic disease is forging deeper connections with UCSF to expand capacity and improve pediatric health.
June 2018 Andrew Schwartz
Recent graduate Sonia Lai uses her art talents to deepen understanding of clinician burnout.
May 2018 Andrew Schwartz
In the months after the devastating North Coast fires, licensed providers from UCSF staffed a volunteer clinic to deliver ongoing crisis counseling for Sonoma residents. The effort could lead to a PMHNP faculty practice aimed at addressing the area’s growing mental health needs.
February 2018 Andrew Schwartz
Faculty and students from the School of Nursing have a long history of community partnerships aimed at addressing health inequities. UCSF’s $5 billion campaign will significantly boost the School’s ongoing efforts.
October 2017 Andrew Schwartz
Alumni and pediatric nurse practitioners Claire Parker and Elizabeth Colglazier organize a camp dedicated solely to kids with pulmonary hypertension.
September 2017 Jenny Mendez Butler
A master’s degree student from the UCSF School of Nursing Diabetes Minor has a transformative experience as a counselor at a Navajo Area Indian Health Service camp for kids.
August 2017 Diana Austin
A School of Nursing program aims to reduce young children’s exposure to pesticides.
June 2017 Andrew Schwartz
As the number of older adults in the United States continues to grow, California’s only free, objective and comprehensive guide to long-term care services could disappear unless it can find a new funding source.
December 2016 Andrew Schwartz
Experts now believe that as many as half of all cancers can be prevented. That is spurring a growing number of prevention initiatives, with nurses and nurse scientists front and center.
October 2016 Diana Austin
Global Health Nursing Fellow Sarah Meyer discusses the challenges of responding to a mass casualty incident in a hospital in rural Haiti.