The National Clinician Scholars Program (NCSP) at UCLA is a two-year, interprofessional and interdisciplinary post-doc fellowship program. Our two-year program is designed for both doctorally trained nurses and physicians. Inspired by the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program (CSP), which for more than 40 years fostered the development of physician-leaders able to transform health and healthcare, the university proudly launched the new UCLA National Clinician Scholars Program in 2016.
Dr. Carol Mangione, was selected as the 2018 Society of General Internal Medicine John M. Eisenberg National Award Recipient for Career Achievement in Research.
John M. Eisenberg National Award recognizes a senior member whose innovative research has changed the way we care for patients, conduct research, or educate students. Carol’s career embodies the spirit of the award as she has been a leader in both promoting new research methodologies and mentoring trainees, but more importantly she has had a tremendous impact on improving the care of many patients. She has done this across many domains impacting health, from improving health systems to engaging the communities in which they live.
Linda Sarna named dean of the UCLA School of Nursing
November 07, 2016
Dr. Linda Sarna appointed Dean of the UCLA School of Nursing.
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.Read the press release.