Patient Care

May 2022 Katherine Tam
In honor of National Nurses Month, we celebrate 10 improvements in health care and health access that came to fruition through the innovation, advocacy and leadership of UCSF nurse faculty and alumni.
January 2022 Milenko Martinovich
Faculty at the UCSF School of Nursing are exploring the root causes of the national nursing shortage and formulating potential solutions to address this alarming trend.
January 2022 School of Nursing Communications
The U.S. has experienced nursing shortages periodically since the early 1900s, but the magnitude of the current nursing shortage is greater than ever before.
May 2021 Milenko Martinovich
Researchers at the UCSF School of Nursing, relying on decades of experience at the bedside and in the laboratory, are leveraging big data and genomics to deliver improved care to millions of patients.
June 2020 Milenko Martinovich
The use of telehealth, sharing medical information and communicating electronically, has increased dramatically in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
May 2020 Milenko Martinovich and Katherine Tam
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, UCSF School of Nursing students are answering the call to provide vital care to vulnerable communities affected by the coronavirus. From caring for those experiencing homelessness to testing thousands for COVID-19 in densely populated urban areas, the School’s students are helping to halt the spread of COVID-19.
March 2020 Milenko Martinovich
Whether working at UCSF sites across the Bay Area or serving the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in New York, UCSF School of Nursing alumnae are playing critical roles amid the coronavirus pandemic.
December 2019 Katherine Tam
In 2019, Science of Caring explored critical nursing issues in practice, research, and policy.
October 2019 Milenko Martinovich
UCSF Nursing students are applying their skills and knowledge to assist those in need, including some nearly half a world away.
March 2019 Andrew Schwartz
UCSF School of Nursing faculty member Carolina Noya pioneers a version of shared medical appointments for patients with diabetes. Its initial successes are drawing interest from rural communities in California and in Mexico.