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September 18, 2016
How can technology address the health needs of aging adults? A Medicine X panel offers tips
Jennifer Huber, Scope
Older adults aren’t usually the first adopters of new health technologies. But wearable devices and smart phone apps could help this growing population by improving patient-provider relationships, enhancing health literacy, increasing safety and engaging patients in their own health, a panel of speakers at Medicine X said Saturday. The panel included doctoral alumni Frances Patmon and Perry Gee.

August 18, 2016
Grant to improve training, primary care at UC Davis Nursing and Medical Schools
María G. Ortiz-Briones, Vida en el valle
Approximately 300 students at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing and the School of Medicine at the University of California, Davis, will benefit from a five-year initiative and a $2.49 million Primary Care Training Enhancement grant form Health Resources and Services Administration to improve primary care education and training.

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Welcoming new students

The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis welcomed 33 graduate students Thursday at a ceremony to mark the beginning of their Nursing Science and Health-Care Leadership Master’s and Doctoral Degree Programs. Faculty welcomed eight students embarking upon a four-year journey to earn Doctor of Philosophy degrees and 25 nurses pursuing master’s degrees in leadership.

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Advancing the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis profiles donors, highlights scholarship recipients, shares news and delves deeper into the research happening at the School of Nursing. Published three times a year, Advancing illustrates how leaders, faculty, alumni, students and supporters fulfill the mission of the school.

Health Happens Everywhere
Through its educational programs and nursing-science research, the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis develops new solutions that place the person and family at the center of care.

Snapshots of Nurse Leaders
Ph.D. graduates who illustrate our vision and advance our mission.

Impact story

Impact series
Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing graduate students and faculty are already impacting the value and quality of care in innovative ways. This series is a personal peek into their goals, research and future plans.

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