Friends of Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing
On Nursing: Heather M. Young
UC Davis Health System leads the way to transform nursing education
Momentum continues to build for vast changes in the education of health-care professionals, specifically in the nursing profession, and the timing of the launch of the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing aligns well with several unprecedented developments in health care.
Academic Profile: Dian Baker
Caring for communities
Sacramento is one of most ethnically diverse cities in the country, named by Time magazine as America’s Most Diverse City in 2002. Dian Baker, who moved to Sacramento as a child in the 1950s when the population was predominantly white, was fascinated by the cultural shifts and the health challenges faced by new communities as they settled in inland Northern California and the Central Valley.
Academic Profile: Jann Murray-García
The voice of community
With nearly two decades of experience researching, writing and teaching about critical race theory and its impact on individuals and communities, Jann Murray-García brings her expertise to the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis as a consulting faculty member.