Linda Park, RN, PhD, FNP

Assistant Prof in Residence
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2 Koret Way, Rm 531A
UCSF Box 0608
San Francisco, CA 94143
United States

Dr. Park's program of research focuses on the secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease. Her current research projects center around determining the most engaging, practical, and meaningful technology-based interventions to improve patient self-care, clinical outcomes, and quality of life for patients with ischemic heart disease and heart failure. Dr. Park applies mixed quantitative / qualitative research methods in her research among patients with cardiovascular disease.

Dr. Park is also active in her clinical role as a nurse practitioner and works at a medical center for Cardiovascular Services. She holds an appointment as a Nurse Researcher at San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center where she conducts work related to her VA Nursing Research Initiative Award.
Tideswell Emerging Leaders in Aging Program, UCSF, American Geriatrics Society, & Association of Directors of Geriatric Academic Programs, 2019-2020
Inducted as Fellow (FAAN), American Academy of Nursing, 2019----
Marie A. Cowan Promising Young Investigator Award, American Heart Association, 2017
Nursing Research Initiative Award, Department of Veterans Affairs, 2016-2020
Fellow (FAHA), American Heart Association, 2016----
KL2 Scholar, National Institute of Health / University of California, San Francisco, 2015-2018
Hellman Fellow, Hellman Foundation, 2015-2017
Beginning Investigator Finalist, American Association for Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, 2014
Quality Scholars Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Department of Veterans Affairs, 2013-2014
Martha N. Hill New Investigator Award, American Heart Association, 2013
Graduate Dean's Health Science Fellowship, University of California, San Francisco, 2009-2012
Sigma Theta Tau International, Honor Society of Nursing, University of California, San Francisco, Alpha Eta Chapter, 1995----
M.S., Family Nurse Practitioner, - College of Nursing, University of Illinois at Chicago
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