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Quality and value of nursing-home care are a growing concern as the baby boomer generation nears retirement age. As industry and policy leaders search for ways to improve long-term care services, an assistant professor at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis is at the forefront of identifying critical skill sets needed to influence policy, improve care and reduce costs. Click here to read more.
In 2014, the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis awarded degrees to eight doctoral students, the first class to graduate from the Nursing Science and Health-Care Leadership Doctor of Philosophy Degree Program. From research and faculty positions to communities and clinics, these health-care leaders illustrate how nursing education can improve health care for all. To learn more, click here.
Master's Entry Program in Nursing taking shape
Trailblazer. Educator. Leader. Theresa Harvath is poised to lead the School of Nursing’s newest master’s program. Meet Terri and learn about her vision for the Master’s Entry in Nursing Program here.
Delivering big ideas in primary care to small communities
Meet one of our Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing nurse practitioner students who prepares to provide quality health care to people in a rural California community, thanks to the help of a UC Davis alumna. Click here to read more.
Announcing the Master's Entry Program in Nursing: a program to prepare new nurses
The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis plans to offer an entry-level graduate program to prepare new nurses. The Master’s Entry Program in Nursing is expected to open in the next few years. Click here to read more and sign up for email updates.