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 Friends & Colleagues, Advanced practice nurses have long understood that uncovering more effective ways to work collaboratively with professional colleagues is the best way to improve outcomes for our patients. Our December issue of Science…
At the American Heart Asssociation annual meeting last week, Linda Park, who finished her PhD in Nursing in June at UCSF won the Young Investigator Martha Hill Award - the most prestigious award for a new PhD. She was awarded for her efforts to…
Science Today interviewed UCSF School of Nursing 's Barbara Drew, an internationally recognized cardiac monitoring expert about alarm fatigue in hospitals. Drew is among a small group of nurse scientists conducting research to help inform emerging…
Two news stories on this research effort from Julene Johnson of the UCSF Institute for Health & Aging ( IHA ). 
 (a) San Francisco Chronicle reporter Meredith May's story at SFGate.com: 
 http:// www.sfgate.com 
 (b) From the Associated Press (AP),…
Story by Dan Fost 
 UCSF's Millberry Union gym took on the look of a political convention on Monday afternoon, with 500 first-year students packing the floor beneath signs indicating all 50 states.
 Rather than teaching the students about politics,…
UCSF Proudly Announces the 2013-14 Presidential Chair 
 Wylie Burke , MD, PhD 
 Professor and Chair Department of Bioethics and Humanities University of Washington 
 Professor Burke is one of the preeminent scholars today examining the ethical, legal…
From Science of Caring Magazine, September 2013 Edition: 
 Dean Vlahov writes: In my blog , I focus on an exciting new project from MIT’s Little Devices Lab and the Robert Wood Johnson that aims to support nurses as leaders in solving patient care…
Story by Lisa Aliferis at The California Report (KQED). 
 In an auditorium tucked behind San Francisco’s Mission Neighborhood Center, a new choir is rehearsing a collection of familiar Spanish songs. The 20 members of the choir didn’t need to…
Friends and Colleagues, Nearly all of this month’s Science of Caring focuses on pain and symptom management in the care of cancer patients. In particular, through interdisciplinary work at UC San Francisco, we are beginning to make headway in an area…
Coming January 2014 to the University of California, San Francisco
 Applications are
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 Online Master of Science in Healthcare Administration and Interprofessional Leadership (MS-HAIL). 
 Do you have the knowledge, skills, and vision…