September 2019 Andrew Schwartz
UCSF’s thoughtful attention to attracting and meeting the needs of first-generation students who advance to graduate education in the health sciences has garnered national recognition.
February 2019 Diana Austin
UCSF has joined a small team of health care leaders that comprise the National Clinician Scholars Program. The program trains clinicians to be change agents who can drive policy-relevant research and partnerships to improve health and health care.
January 2019 Andrew Schwartz
California is experiencing a growing shortage of mental health providers. The UCSF schools of nursing and pharmacy may just have part of the solution.
September 2018 Diana Austin
Elizabeth Gatewood, director of the School’s Family Nurse Practitioner program, shares her vision for the program’s future, which emphasizes empowering faculty to educate a new generation of learners.
August 2018 Stephanie Kennell-Heiling
The 2018 UCSF School of Nursing Outstanding Master’s Student of the Year travels to Malawi and works with nurse-midwives there and Partners in Health to help standardize and improve childbirth practices in the African country.
May 2018 Diana Austin
The School’s new Rural Health Advanced Practice Training program and rural health minor train nurse practitioners and preceptors to confront the challenges of providing care in some of California’s most underserved areas.
May 2018 Catherine L. Gilliss
May 2018 Dean's Blog
April 2018 Andrew Schwartz
The dean of the UCSF School of Nursing and the vice president/chief nursing officer at UCSF Health shape an innovative model for working together that benefits both organizations.
March 2018 Diana Austin
An interprofessional education project puts midwifery students and obstetrician residents together for clinical experiences aimed at breaking down barriers to collaborative practice.
January 2018 Andrew Schwartz
As a partnership between the UC San Francisco School of Nursing and the San Francisco VA Health Care System expands and deepens, it benefits both institutions, nurse practitioners and, most importantly, veterans in need of care.