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COVID-19 Guidance and Resources

Faculty and Staff Assistance Program

The UCSF Faculty and Staff Assistance Program provides confidential employee assistance services, provided at no cost, to all faculty, staff, residents, postdocs, and clinical fellows. The program is staffed by licensed psychologists and postdoctoral trainees who provide confidential, brief psychological counseling to individuals and a wide variety of consultation services to the organization. Access the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program.

School of Nursing Support Services Directory: Who to Contact

If you are a School of Nursing faculty or staff member, please consult the Support Services Directory for the appropriate contact to assist with your question or request.

Resource Navigation Tool

The School of Nursing Resource Navigation Tool helps faculty, learners and staff access school- and campus-wide resources. The tool is organized by stakeholder and the category of challenge one might experience or is experiencing. Access the navigation tool.

(Helpful hint: "Right-click" and open each of the links in a new window to preserve your form submission. Your responses will remain anonymous unless you provide your name and email address for a reply. Send questions to [email protected]). 

Employment Opportunities

To explore staff employment opportunities at the UCSF School of Nursing, please visit the UCSF campus employment listing.

School and Campus Resources

STRIDE Staff Group

Welcome to STRIDE (Stronger Together: Resources for Inclusion, Diversity and Excellence), the staff group for the School of Nursing community.


The mission of STRIDE is to foreground and prioritize discussions and activities to promote advocacy, mentoring, and career advancement while building community and professional development among staff within the School of Nursing. We are committed to promoting an inclusive environment, emphasizing a climate of diversity, equity, and inclusion for all members of the School of Nursing.

Working Goals

  1. Ensure opportunities for all staff to become contributors and active members of School governance committees for future planning and implementation of School direction.
  2. Provide opportunities for all staff education and training regarding foundational diversity/inclusion concepts and practices to address bias, stereotyping, micro-aggressions and exclusionary behavior.
  3. Promote or organize career advancement workshops and ways to optimize performance evaluations. Identify opportunities and concrete steps to acquire/enhance skills and experience.
  4. Organize regularly scheduled events, retreats, and/or team-building sessions (formal/informal) across departments, among staff and faculty.