nursing

‘Mentors address some of the psychosocial elements that are important to talk about,’ says Jessica Phillips, a manager with the Center for Nursing Excellence at UCLA Health

By uclahealth • May 13, 2022

‘This is where I belong, and this is where I feel like I can help the most people,’ says Patrick Loney

By uclahealth • May 12, 2022

Building a more robust Doctor of Nursing Practice Program is one key area of focus

By uclahealth • May 11, 2022

'Something the health care system needs is change, and nurse-driven change should be at the forefront,' says UCLA Health nurse Dahlia Maldonado

By uclahealth • May 9, 2022

‘I just thought that this was important to me and important to my patients,’ says Tia Wheatley.

By Jeff Tully • February 14, 2022

‘Older patients are a vulnerable group that often doesn’t get the attention they need, and UCLA Health has shown this is important and has elevated that level of care and has made them a priority,’ says Geriatric Clinical Nurse Specialist Tina Mamais

By uclahealth • December 14, 2021

‘Randy is the epitome of the professional nurse,’ says David Bailey, chief nursing officer for UCLA Santa Monica Medical Center

By Sandy Cohen • November 17, 2021

‘I promised myself to always give back to the community and give someone else the opportunity of hope the way someone provided it to me,’ says Michelle Santizo, a nurse at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center

By uclahealth • November 9, 2021

'I don’t think you can expand the horizons of others unless you’ve expanded your own,' Dr. Dewar says

By uclahealth • October 6, 2021

Dr. Batiste-Brown was honored by the American Nursing Association for her contribution to the Racism in Nursing and Healthcare Workgroup toolkit

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • September 29, 2021