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Nov. 20, 2020
UC Davis LIVE: Coronavirus Edition — COVID-19 and the Holidays
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Terri Harvath, director of the Family Caregiving Institute at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis, joined other experts for this Facebook Live event to discuss safely connecting with older adults during the holiday season.

Nov. 18, 2020
UC Davis announced its participation in the introduction of an application that alerts users to COVID-19 exposure. The project is led by Associate Professor Katherine Kim at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis.

COVID exposure app rolled out to UC campuses
Erica Goldhawk, KCRA Channel 3

UC Davis Becomes Latest UC School to Roll Out COVID Exposure App
Ryan Hill, CBS Channel 13

UC Davis rolls out COVID-19 exposure app to campuses
Davis Enterprise

COVID-19 exposure notification pilot app launches at UC campuses
Lonnie Wong, Fox 40

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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.

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Advancing Health
Advancing Health, Your Leadership in Action profiles donors, highlights scholarship recipients, shares news and delves deeper into the research happening at the School of Nursing. Published three times a year, Advancing Health highlights the impact of donor and alumni gifts and leadership.

Health Happens Everywhere
Through its educational programs and nursing-science research, the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis develops new solutions that place the person and family at the center of care.

Snapshots of Nurse Leaders
Ph.D. graduates who illustrate our vision and advance our mission.

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Impact series
Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing graduate students and faculty are already impacting the value and quality of care in innovative ways. This series is a personal peek into their goals, research and future plans.

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