From Intel to nursing: doctoral student seeks to bridge gap, improve health care
Khen Russell, a first-year doctoral student, hopes to bridge the gap between the worlds of technology and health care. The success of health technologies and mobile applications in the future depends on what information is deemed necessary, how that information is managed, how it’s accessed and how it’s used by both providers and individuals.
Illustrating gratitude on a personal level
Two weeks into his pursuit of a master’s degree in leadership at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis, Ren Bee co-led the initiative to create the Nursing Science and Health-Care Leadership Student and Alumni Scholarship Fund. But this graduate of the inaugural master’s-degree leadership Class of 2012 was just getting started.
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Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing Magazine: Applying power of technology to advance health
Youth from the Karuk Tribe and a professor teamed up to find out if teens could use iPods to improve their community’s health.
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Video: Partnering with providers in Humboldt County
The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis partners with health organizations and providers in Humboldt County to provide expanded rural clinical experiences for physician assistant and nurse practitioner students.