Seeing beyond the person to improve care for people
The admiration Janice Bell developed for nurses, coupled with her love of research, propelled her to a career in nursing. Her quest to change the way nurses think about health beyond caring for individuals brought her to the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis. In each project, she brings her nursing perspective of caring for people with complex conditions.
Investing in nurse leaders
The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis’ goal ― to prepare more doctorally prepared nurses ― is shared by the Jonas Nurse Leaders Scholars Program. This summer, $40,000 will be awarded to four Doctor of Philosophy students to pursue their passion to prepare new nurses.
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Physician assistant director honored with national award
Physician assistant director honored with national award Congratulations to Assistant Clinical Professor Gerald Kayingo, who was selected for the 2016 Student Academy PA Student Mentor Award.
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Video: Alfred Sadler inspires future physician assistants
Alfred Sadler, the physician who led development of the first national certifying examination for physician assistants, recently visited the school to share how the profession was first founded and what the future holds for the field.