Leadership in Health Care
Leadership development is a core element featured throughout the programs at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis and woven into every aspect of the school’s curriculum. In their first year of study, all students complete a unique leadership course that provides an in-depth look at the specific challenges of leadership in health care, both at the health system and policy levels.
A nurse’s commitment inspires a legacy
At the time of her retirement at the age of 85, Lillian May Revenig McCoy was the oldest practicing registered nurse in California. To celebrate her legacy, School of Nursing Assistant Clinical Professor Virginia Hass and her twin sister, Kathy Samsom, endow a scholarship to inspire and support future nursing graduate students.
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For the third straight year, U.S. News & World Report names the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis among the nation’s best for master’s-degree nursing programs.
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Video: Crayons and construction paper in graduate school?
Master’s Entry Program in Nursing students elevate arts and crafts to innovative solutions to health care problems. Watch the video to learn how an innovative course on informatics enables students to embrace technology and how it can work for them in their nursing careers.