JoAnne M. Saxe, DNP, MS, ANP, FAAN, has seen firsthand the value of Interprofessional Education (IPE) in the education of prelicensure healthcare professional students. As a health sciences clinical professor, and Codirector of the Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner Master's Specialty Area at the UCSF School of Nursing, Dr. Saxe is involved in curriculum development and in teaching several courses that integrate IPE principles and content. In fact, according to Dr. Saxe, one of the greatest things about IPE is the number of different ways that it can be accomplished.
Because many of those symptoms are common side effects in a healthy pregnancy, clinicians and patients can miss the red flags if they don't know what to look for, said Audrey Lyndon, an associate professor at UCSF's School of Nursing who also worked on the guid
Mary Louise Fleming and Barbara J. Burgel were recently named by OnlineLPNtoRN.org as two of the 100 most inspiring nursing professors to watch in 2014. The list is meant to honor 100 dedicated nurse educators who have succeeded in carving out a place for themselves in the changing nursing landscape.
UC San Francisco’s four professional schools topped the nation in federal research funding in 2013, with the University as a whole ranking first among public recipients and second overall in funds from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), according to annual NIH figures. The UCSF School of Nursing regained its lead with $9.6 million in grants in 2013.
Ethical issues associated with nurses’ interactions with industry have implications for the safety, quality, and cost of healthcare. To date, little work has explored nurse–industry interactions and their associated ethical issues empirically....read more