July 2014 Diana Austin
Fragmented systems and services affect the quality of care for children with complex, chronic health needs. Overcoming the fragmentation requires partnerships among families, providers and various support organizations.
June 2014 Martha Ross
By providing doula birth services and training in Bay Area jails, UCSF students and faculty aim to transform individuals and communities.
March 2014 Kate Darby Rauch
A successful new program uses nurse practitioner students as needlestick and perinatal consultants on the nation’s only HIV/AIDS telephone hotline exclusively for medical providers.
January 2014 Diana Austin
On a recent trip, Dean David Vlahov and UCSF School of Nursing faculty looked at potential collaborations to build nursing workforce and expertise in China.
November 2013 Andrew Schwartz
Country Joe McDonald performs live at UC San Francisco to honor Florence Nightingale, veterans and nursing.
November 2013 Andrew Schwartz
American Association of Colleges of Nursing recognizes UC San Francisco School of Nursing’s commitment to a partnership that provides health care to underserved communities.
June 2013 Fanna Gamal
Fulbright grantee leverages her training and experience – and a passion for travel – to test new models for prenatal care in Cali, Colombia.
May 2013 Diana Austin
As interest in global health grows rapidly among practicing and aspiring clinicians, faculty from UCSF Global Health Sciences and UCSF School of Nursing seek ways to ensure that the interest translates into real health improvements.
April 2013 Diana Austin
Abbey Alkon, director of the UCSF California Childcare Health Program, led a multidisciplinary team to create an award-winning toolkit that helps child care centers reduce their use of potentially toxic pesticides.
March 2013 Diana Austin
Evidence-based resource for parents helps them manage their children’s postoperative pain at home.