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See why UC Davis is the right choice
As more and more Californians gain access to health care through Covered California, nurse practitioners and physician assistants are filling in the growing provider care gap. Find out how the physician assistant and nurse practitioners programs at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing uniquely prepare graduates for these growing professions.
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Congratulations, Classes of 2014
For the first time, eight Doctor of Philosophy students collected degrees through the School of Nursing at UC Davis on June 12, along with 24 Master of Science students as well as with six nurse practitioner and 24 physician assistant certificate graduates. Click here to read more.
Improving children's health
Learn how this 2013 School of Nursing graduate, Christy Solorio, is working with other health-care professionals to fight childhood obesity. One Journey, One UC Davis. Click here to read more.
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.