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Digital Storytelling Helps Encourage Latinas to Seek Therapy for Depression and Anxiety

A UCLA Nursing professor has found that culturally tailored multimedia content holds great promise for encouraging Latina women to seek help for, and address the symptoms of, anxiety and depression.

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Caring for the Underserved: How UCLA Family Nurse Practitioners Are Making a Difference

Through the Caring for the Underserved program at the UCLA School of Nursing, family nurse practitioner students have been taking care of patients in community clinics throughout Southern California for nearly 20 years. This year the program was awarded the 2017 UCLA Landmark Award.

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Digital Storytelling Helps Encourage Latinas to Pursue Treatment for Depression and Anxiety

A study from the UCLA School of Nursing has found that culturally tailored multimedia content holds great promise for encouraging Latina woman seek help for, and address the symptoms of, anxiety and depression.

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UCLA Nursing School Dean Recognized by American Academy of Nursing Edge Runners for Tobacco Free Nurses Project

On World No Tobacco Day 2017, the American Academy of Nursing announces the designation of Linda Sarna, dean of the UCLA School of Nursing and her collaborator Stella Aguinaga Bialous, associate professor at the University of San Francisco School of Nursing, as Academy Edge Runners for their model, Tobacco Free Nurses (TFN).

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Alzheimer’s Drug Prescribed ‘Off-Label’ for Mild Cognitive Impairment Could Pose Risk for Some

Donepezil, a medication that is approved to treat people with Alzheimer’s disease, should not be prescribed for people with mild cognitive impairment without a genetic test.

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New Advice Will Help Women with Congenital Heart Defects Navigate Pregnancy

New recommendations for health care providers, published in the American Heart Association journal Circulation, offer a road map to helping women with congenital heart disease have successful pregnancies.

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Keeping the Beat – Addressing the Health Challenges of Heart Disease

Researchers at the UCLA School of Nursing are addressing health challenges related to issues of the heart, the leading cause of death worldwide – from chronic health concerns faced by individuals born with congenital heart disease to those who are at risk or have developed cardiovascular disease.

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Linda Sarna Named UCLA School of Nursing Dean

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Linda Sarna, an internationally recognized scholar in promoting the role of nursing in tobacco control and oncology research focused on patients with lung cancer, has been appointed dean of the UCLA School of Nursing.

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Nurses Do Research Too, and Here's Why It Matters

Think “scientific research” and one may imagine doctors, Ph.D.s or technicians toiling away in the lab. But many people don’t realize that nurses do research too. Karen Grimley, chief nursing executive at UCLA Health and assistant dean in the UCLA School of Nursing, discussed why the concept of nurses as researchers may be surprising to some, although the work they do is vital to improving the health and well-being of patients

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UCLA Study Shows Eye Tracking May Make Better Nurses

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A new study by researchers at the UCLA School of Nursing shows that using eye-tracking technology could improve nursing education by reducing the role of subjective assessments and by providing more consistent evaluations.


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