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The Accellion attack impacted University of California, as it previously disclosed in early April. To get the latest information about this event, our response, and available credit protection services, please see this notice from UC.
By Elizabeth Fernandez Loneliness and social isolation have been significant problems for the general population during the COVID-19 pandemic, but for cancer patients these issues were particularly acute, likely due to isolation and social distancing…
The University of California, San Francisco Nurse-Midwifery Program is scheduled to be reviewed by the Accreditation Commission for Midwifery Education (ACME), Board of Review (BOR) for continuing accreditation in April 2021. As part of the ACME…
By Milenko Martinovich and Katherine Tam/March 2021 The COVID-19 public health crisis has dramatically altered every facet of daily life, from public health and the economy to social norms and cultural traditions. Researchers at the UCSF School of…
UCSF School of Nursing professors (from left), Linda Franck, Abbey Alkon, Valerie Yerger and Ruth Malone are working on state-funded projects designed to better the health of Californians. By Milenko Martinovich/March 2021 Fulfilling the diverse…
(Photo credit: Elisabeth Fall) By Milenko Martinovich/March 2021 Once a week, UCSF postdoctoral scholar Anna Oh visits the Colma Veterans Village, a housing center near San Francisco, where a new initiative has launched to help aging veterans who are…
By Katherine Tam The UCSF School of Nursing is the top public recipient of 2020 federal research funding, capturing $11.5 million in competitive grants that fuel research aimed at transforming human health and health care. The School is ranked No. 1…
By Milenko Martinovich The School's Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program emphasizes applying science to improve patient care while the PhD program develops innovative researchers to unearth scientific discoveries. (Photo credits: Barbara Ries…
By Milenko Martinovich More than half of Californians suffering from mental health issues are not receiving the psychiatric care they need. Within the next decade, the state is expected to see the number of psychiatrists decline by 34 percent. A bold…