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2014 Western Institute of Nursing Conference
More than two dozen Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing faculty and graduate students present their research at the Western Institute of Nursing 47th Annual Communicating Research Conference April 9-12. The institute is one of four regional U.S. nursing research groups and the longest running nursing research conference. Click here to read the full press release. Click here to see the full UC Davis schedule of presenters.
Student distinction: Christopher Morales
Distinction stories highlight just a few of the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing’s exceptional students and alumni. Christopher Morales wasn't sure what to do with his life after high school, so he enlisted in the U.S. Army to “grow up and figure it out.” He now plans his future as a physician assistant providing community health care. The UC Davis physician assistant program is unique, Morales said, because the students learn with other health students, including nurse practitioners, medical and nursing students — the only program in the nation to do so. Click here to read more.
White Coat Ceremony
Congratulations to the classes of 2015 physician assistant and nurse practitioner students on receiving their traditional white coats in recognition of their entry into clinical training. Click here to read more.
Qualitative Health Symposium
A one-day, skill-building and professional-development symposium to highlight and demonstrate qualitative research methods as well as provide networking opportunities for researchers interested in qualitative or mixed-methods health research. Click here for more information.
Health System Annual Report: Shaping the future of science and health
A Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing alumna and faculty member are featured in the 2013 UC Davis Health System Annual Report. Inaugural Class of 2012 Alumna Terri Wolf is highlighted for her leadership at the UC Davis Cancer Care Network, where she collaborates with nurses in rural communities to deliver high-quality cancer care. Along with Wolf, the annual report also highlights Assistant Adjunct Professor Deb Bakerjian, who leads the school's new master's degree programs for physician assistants and nurse practitioners. Click here to see the articles.