Most Popular Science Stories of 2015

Assistant Professor Ulrike Muench

Research led by the School of Nursing's Ulrike Muench, RN, PhD, generated one of the most read articles of 2015. According to the "Most Popular Science Stories of 2015," the piece based on Dr. Muench's research entitled "Male Registered Nurses Make Thousands More in Salary Than Female Counterparts" was the fourth most read.

The article from March reveals "male RNs make more than $5,000 per year than their female counterparts across most specialty areas and positions." Compounding this fact, the earnings gap has not improved over the last three decades. Dr. Muench's research also published in March was published as a "Research letter" in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Read the full article here: https://www.ucsf.edu/news/2015/03/124266/male-registered-nurses-make-thousands-more-salary-female-counterparts

Dean with student

Nailah Cox. Conference Participant, Dean Catherin Gillliss, Brianna Singleton, UCSF PhD student

Frank Sidders, conference participant shares thoughts during Disparities in Mental Health Session

Conference Participants Rosario Hernandez, Guendi Castaneira, and Tangitinga Paama unwind after Day One of conference

Nursing Leaders of Tomorrow Conference Group Picture

Conference participant Shelia Riffe participates in discussion

Howard University Scholars at the Nursing Leaders of Tomorrow Conference