Academic Symposium 2016

Every spring, graduate students from the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis present their scholarly work at a day-long event showcasing the diversity of interests and depth of research. This year’s students, once again, examined topics ranging from acute-care challenges, community health issues, modules for cultural inclusion and ways to improve education for and delivery of quality care.

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jonas Meet Jenna Shaw-Battista: Devotion to women’s health drives passion for teaching

Jenna Shaw-Battista’s desire to become a nurse midwife dates back to when she was only 12 years old. A nurse-midwife, Dr. Shaw-Battista is passionate about both women’s health and community health.
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WinCenter for Advancing Pain Relief established

Leveraging the vast expertise of scholars and scientists in medicine, nursing and other health science disciplines, UC Davis recently established the Center for Advancing Pain Relief. For the past four years, nursing and medical faculty have collaborated on a number of projects focused on innovative work in the area of pain.
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Video: Welcoming new nursing, physician assistant students

The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis formally welcomes the largest incoming classes in the school’s history, including 24 students in the school’s newest degree program, the Master’s Entry in Nursing Program. Members of the Classes of 2018 include 18 nurses working toward master’s degrees as nurse practitioners and 65 future physician assistants.