The importance of leadership At the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing, we promote health equity and high-quality health care through innovative research, education, clinical practice and health policy — as guided by our core values. Among those includes leadership — the essential skills and abilities needed to effect change are emphasized for all researchers, educators and clinicians.
Betty Irene Moore Hall virtual tour This video takes you inside our state-of-the-science Betty Irene Moore Hall where future health care leaders who believe in better realize their dreams.
How to apply for the physician assistant program Learn how to apply for the Master of Health Services — Physician Assistant Studies Degree Program for enrollment in summer 2022 at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis with this video infosession. The master's-degree program is a full-time, professional degree program that includes academic courses, clinical skills courses and supervised clinical practice.
Diversity, equity and inclusion at our school School leaders Piri Ackerman-Barger and Stephen Cavanagh talk about building an inclusive culture at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing and how everyone at the school strives to live this vision every day.
Family caregivers: Invisible no more Family caregivers provide over 80% of long-term care to frail, older adults and yet they remain largely invisible in the health care system. The Family Caregiving Institute at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing works to support caregivers and increase capacity of health care professionals to better partner with families. This recording is from a presentation from Terri Harvath, institute director, in honor of the school's 10th Anniversary series of events celebrating its Decade of Discovery.
Learn more about our doctoral nursing program Missed the webinar about our Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing Science and Health-Care Leadership? You can watch this recording to learn more about what makes the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing PhD program unique.
Alumni and leaders establish student support fund What started as a gift from the master’s-degree leadership Class of 2018 grew with support from additional alumni and school leaders to become the Student Support Endowment. This unique fund helps ensure all Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing students receive the support they need to successfully fulfill their dreams of graduation.
Nursing student reunites with life-saving nurse Jason Ramos, a master's-entry nursing student at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis, reunites with Connie Rogers, a registered nurse who saved his life in 2005 and now mentors him into the profession through precepting.
School launches online family caregiving course The school launched a family caregiving course this fall that brings together graduate nursing students along with health providers throughout the region. The practitioners learn how to best interact with and integrate families into the health care team.
P.A. and FNP milestones at UC Davis Physician assistant and family nurse practitioners at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis mark milestones in their education and professional journeys. Graduating P.A.s take the P.A. Oath, while incoming P.A.s and FNPs receive white coats at this interprofessional celebration.
New nursing and medicine deans discuss team-based care Stephen Cavanagh, the new dean for Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis, and Dr. Allison Brashear, the new dean for the UC Davis School of Medicine, sit down together to discuss team-based care at UC Davis Health.
Teamwork from the start: UC Davis SPLICE Helping students experience comprehensive teamwork is the goal of the SPLICE research project at UC Davis. The five-year System-transforming, Patient-centered Longitudinal Interprofessional Community-based Education (SPLICE) initiative is a collaboration between the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing and UC Davis School of Medicine for faculty, health-professions students and providers.
Improving communication in the ICU: a nursing dissertation Emma Blackmon, a doctoral candidate at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis, uses simulation to examine how communication in the ICU can lead to safer patient care. Her dissertation work will be presented, along with other School of Nursing graduates, at the annual Academic Symposium June 7.
Barbershop talk: black men in nursing Carter Todd, a master’s-degree leadership student at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis, ventures into Sacramento barbershops to gauge the perceptions of African-American men about the nursing profession. His thesis work will be presented, along with other School of Nursing graduates, at the annual Academic Symposium June 7.
Master’s Entry Program in Nursing infosession Learn how to apply for the Master's Entry Program in Nursing for summer 2021 admission at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing with this video infosession. The Master’s Entry Program in Nursing prepares new nurses as leaders in quality and safety, advocates for diverse patient populations and agents of change for healthier communities.
Family nurse practitioner program infosession Learn how to apply for the Master of Science — Family Nurse Practitioner program for summer 2021 admission at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis with this video infosession.
April 23 — Nursing faculty present session at statewide nurse practitioner conference A team of nurse practitioner faculty from the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis presented a session at the virtual California Association for Nurse Practitioners (CANP) 43rd Annual Educational Conference April 22-24. Assistant Professors Laura Van Auker, Amber Ramage and Kathryn Sexson presented “2020 Update: Allergic Rhinitis Best-Practice Guidelines for Improved Health and Quality of Life.” During the virtual session, the team provided an overview of new best-practice guidelines for management of allergic rhinitis, or seasonal allergies. The team used a case-based format for the presentation. The new guidelines from the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology and the American College of Asthma, Allergy and Immunology are the result of studies that show 35 to 40% of people with seasonal allergies report at least moderate impact on daily function due to symptoms. The annual CANP conference is a three-day event featuring education, networking and advocacy for the nurse practitioner profession.