January 2018 Andrew Schwartz
UCSF School of Nursing, the United States Navy and three Navy nurses all benefit from a growing relationship.
January 2018 Andrew Schwartz
The UC San Francisco School of Nursing and the San Francisco VA Health Care System have launched innovative nurse practitioner residencies that are contributing to a growing, nationwide interest in such programs.
December 2017 Diana Austin
The School of Nursing has launched several innovative programs designed to attract and keep students from underserved communities in the health professions.
December 2017 Victoria Flores
Second-year PhD student Victoria Flores speaks about navigating the challenge of defining her research topic.
September 2017 Remy Paille and Laurensia Widyastami
Two graduates of the UCSF School of Nursing Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner program found that serving as geriatric surgical health coaches during their master’s degree program was an outstanding learning experience.
May 2017 Victoria Flores
Overcoming a learning disability has given doctoral student Victoria Flores confidence and an understanding of how to seek help when she needs it.
March 2017 Andrew Schwartz
As treatment advances transform HIV into a chronic illness, primary care providers must be prepared to care for the more than 1.2 million people living with HIV in the United States. A UCSF School of Nursing effort helps lead the way in addressing this challenge.
February 2017 Andrew Schwartz
As hospitals scramble to fully integrate palliative care into how they operate, an interprofessional program equips working professionals with the core skills of the field.
October 2016 Andrew Schwartz
With suicide, depression and anxiety on the rise among teens, the pressure is on primary clinics to help address these mental health challenges. That’s why faculty from UC San Francisco School of Nursing are supporting integrated behavioral health in Bay Area school-based health centers through an innovative training grant.
October 2016 Diana Austin
The UC San Francisco School of Nursing’s Diversity in Action (DIVA) Committee sponsored numerous activities during September’s new-student orientation.