Patient Care

March 2015 Andrew Schwartz
Patients and families with critically ill children often gain unique insights into nurses’ clinical role – a role that is far too often misunderstood.
March 2015 Andrew Schwartz
When 19-year-old Steven Rodriguez entered UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital San Francisco with a rare brain tumor, highly skilled nurses were central to his clinical care and to the emotional health of Steven and his family.
March 2015 Diana Austin
Caring for a loved one with a brain tumor presents unique challenges. Clinical nurse specialist Margaretta Page’s new program helps people cope with those challenges.
November 2014 Diana Austin
From the earliest days of the HIV/AIDS epidemic through today, UCSF nurses and faculty and alumni from UC San Francisco School of Nursing – along with partners in multiple clinical settings – have been instrumental in changing the course of the epidemic and improving the lives of people affected by it.
June 2014 Diana Austin
UCSF’s Linda Franck’s multimedia booklet enhances the tools she has created to help parents comfort their infants in the NICU.
May 2014 JoAnne M. Saxe
Adult nurse practitioner JoAnne Saxe has incorporated the concept of forgiveness into her professional practice in a way that has had an enormous impact on both her patients and her personal job satisfaction.
April 2014 Diana Austin and Andrew Schwartz
Renowned geriatrician John W. Rowe discusses how an aging population and a shortage of geriatricians present nursing with what could be a historic opportunity – and challenges the profession to seize its moment.
February 2014 Colette O’Brien
As a pediatric nurse practitioner and certified diabetes educator, Colette O’Brien teaches families and students about living with diabetes.
January 2014 F. Ralph Berberich and Linda Sturla Franck
A new, evidence-based technique can reduce children’s fear of injections and, in doing so, improve individual and public health.
December 2013 Diana Austin
A unique collaborative model between certified nurse-midwives and physicians at UCSF gives women more choices for pregnancy and childbirth.