Video: Welcome new graduate students The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis welcomed the newest classes of doctoral and master’s-degree leadership students. Eight doctoral and 26 master’s-degree students embarked upon their graduate school journey with an immersion week and welcoming ceremony.
Learning goes on the road Graduate students in medicine and nursing, local community members, and faculty and staff from the UC Davis School of Medicine, the UC Davis Program in Public Health and the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis, took a road trip down Highway 99 to learn about the history and people of California’s Central Valley.
Congratulations, graduates! The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis lauded the accomplishments of 61 master’s-degree students and nine doctoral candidates at its sixth graduation celebration.
Dignity for Homeless Women A team of master’s-degree leadership students at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis shine light on homelessness through coursework that also changes their perspectives on nursing.
Health care emergency preparedness goes mobile The attacks on 9/11 changed Americans’ day-to-day habits and altered the way emergency response agencies prepare for disasters. The events of that day made a profound impact on Wendin Gulbransen as well. Nearly 16 years later, she gets one step closer with her master’s-degree thesis.
Community partnership expands care and student preceptorships Through a first-of-its-kind agreement between Sacramento County Public Health and the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis, Ricky Norwood, an assistant clinical professor and nurse practitioner, provides clinical services at the county clinic, leads classes at the school and precepts nurse practitioner and physician assistant students at the clinic.
Crayons and construction paper in graduate school? Master’s Entry Program in Nursing students elevate arts and crafts to innovative solutions to health care problems. Watch the video to learn how an innovative course on informatics enables students to embrace technology and how it can work for them in their nursing careers.
Sept. 14 — Clinical professor provides keynote address at elder-friendly conference Debbie Ward, a clinical professor at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis, provided the keynote address at the Elder Friendly Futures conference in Seattle Sept. 14-15. Debbie’s presentation, “Caregiving Collaborations: Increasing Family and Community Capacity,” addressed interventions across various cultures to support caregivers. The interventions included the use of technology. The sixth annual Elder Friendly Futures Conference brought together hundreds of health care providers, community professionals, research educators, students and others to share and learn about healthy aging.