Nursing Science and Health-Care Leadership Graduate Students presented their scholarly work in a series of online presentations June 5 and 11, 2020. Activities included thesis, dissertation and research poster presentations led by doctoral, nursing, physician assistant and family nurse practitioner students.
Introducing the first-ever Betty Irene Moore Nurse Leaders and Innovators Fellows!
The inaugural group of fellows includes 11 nurse leaders affiliate with major public and private universities across the country who designed projects to address issues in prevention, health care delivery and education.
Critical-thinking education breeds confidence on the job
Amid the daily emergencies and unknown cases, registered nurse Robin Fuller sets herself apart from other nurses in her cardiac care unit. She credits that recognition and her confidence to critical-thinking skills she learned at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis. Read more about Robin’s experience in the Master’s Entry Program in Nursing.
Video: School of nursing faculty member leads immersive tour for leaders
UC Davis Health leaders, including School of Nursing Dean Steve Cavanagh, toured the neighborhoods surrounding the health system to better understand the evolution of social determinants of health in the Sacramento region. Jann Murray-García, an associate clinical professor at the school, focuses her teaching and research on understanding the social-historical construction of race and its implications for health.
Watch the story about this tour »