San Francisco State University

San Francisco State University

School of Nursing

Welcome

Welcome to School of Nursing at San Francisco State University

Mission

The San Francisco State University School of Nursing aims to motivate and educate undergraduate and graduate nursing students to meet the healthcare needs of individuals, families, and communities. Faculty has a passion for teaching using a rich variety of educational methods. We embrace the diversity of our student population, and are committed to educating nurses who serve diverse populations with a focus on social and e...

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Welcome to School of Nursing at San Francisco State University

Mission

The San Francisco State University School of Nursing aims to motivate and educate undergraduate and graduate nursing students to meet the healthcare needs of individuals, families, and communities. Faculty has a passion for teaching using a rich variety of educational methods. We embrace the diversity of our student population, and are committed to educating nurses who serve diverse populations with a focus on social and environmental justice, and health equality. Furthermore, we incorporate evidence-based nursing knowledge, ethical decision-making, and sound clinical judgment into our educational paradigm. Using various educational modalities that include state of the art information technologies, students learn how to provide safe, quality patient-centered care. Our students are prepared to adapt to changing healthcare needs and environments and to serve society through civic engagement and lifelong learning.

The School of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN).

CONTACT
1600 Holloway Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94132
Phone: (415) 338-1802
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  • SFSU School of Nursing Alumni Association - Nursing Open House and Lecture

    Posted Apr 30, 2018 by SF State School of Nursing

    Join us for the School of Nursing's Open House and Lecture on May 8th.

    This is an opportunity to learn about our current curriculum, tour the
    simulation labs and enjoy light refreshments with fellow alumni. Then
    stay for our CEU event featuring Dr. Mary Foley who will discuss Nursing,
    policy and politics: Finding and keeping our passion for nursing.

    Dr. Foley is...

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    Join us for the School of Nursing's Open House and Lecture on May 8th.

    This is an opportunity to learn about our current curriculum, tour the
    simulation labs and enjoy light refreshments with fellow alumni. Then
    stay for our CEU event featuring Dr. Mary Foley who will discuss Nursing,
    policy and politics: Finding and keeping our passion for nursing.

    Dr. Foley is a clinical professor at UCSF School of Nursing, the Director
    of the Center for Nursing Research and Innovation, and serves on the
    Board of Directors for the Collaborative Alliance for Nursing
    Outcomes (CALNOC). She is also past president of the American
    Nurses Association and the National Student Nurses Association.

    Date: Tuesday, May 8th

    Open House
    Time: 1:00-2:00 p.m.
    Site: Burk Hall 276

    Reception and Mary Foley Lecture
    Time: 2:00-4:00 p.m.
    Site: Rosa Parks Room AB (Cesar Chavez Center)

    Free event. Registration required by May 1st.
    Please follow link to register online.

    If you have any questions or comments, please contact
    Yuli Diestel at ydiestel@sfsu.edu.

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  • Co Educational Medical Partners

    Posted Apr 19, 2018 by SF State School of Nursing

    Our Occupational Medicine Group, Co Occupational Medical Partners, is seeking a Nurse Practitioner to join our team. Our group is an established, physician-owned and well-respected provider of occupational medicine in the Northern California Central Valley. Co Occupational Medical Partners has clinic locations in Stockton, Manteca, and Tracy, California.
    The position is st...

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    Our Occupational Medicine Group, Co Occupational Medical Partners, is seeking a Nurse Practitioner to join our team. Our group is an established, physician-owned and well-respected provider of occupational medicine in the Northern California Central Valley. Co Occupational Medical Partners has clinic locations in Stockton, Manteca, and Tracy, California.
    The position is strictly outpatient with no hospital duties and no on-call responsibilities. The position is full time but we will consider part time initially based on your schedule. You will be based mainly in one of our modern, state-of-the-art centers but may occasionally be called upon to assist one of your colleagues in a nearby center. The hours of operation of our practice are weekdays only and you will not work evenings, weekends, or major holidays. The patient population is composed of working adults only so there are no pediatrics or OB-GYN type of patients.

    WORK ENVIRONMENT AND CONDITIONS:
    • Clinic Environment
    • Occasional travel to other clinics

    EDUCATION/CREDENTIALS:
    Previous occupational medicine experience would be preferred but we are willing to train the right candidate. Most of our current NPs and PAs trained with us.
    • California Nurse Practitioner License
    • DEA License
    • Graduate of accredited NP program of accredited university

    BENEFITS SUMMARY:
    • Training provided in our top notch occupational medicine process management model
    • Competitive Compensation Package
    • Vacation
    • Medical Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Insurance
    • 401K with Company Match
    • Profit Sharing
    • CME Stipend
    • Incentive Bonuses

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  • Christian Medical & Dental Associations Hiring

    Posted Apr 17, 2018 by SF State School of Nursing

    Christian Medical & Dental Associations exists to glorify God by motivating, educating and equipping Christian healthcare professionals and students. See flyer for job opportunities and follow the link for more information at Christian Medical & Dental Associations

  • Labor Support Training for Nursing Students

    Posted Apr 16, 2018 by SF State School of Nursing

    Where and When? San Francisco State University
    Sunday, April 29 - 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM in Burk Hall, Room 376

    What will you learn?
    Labor and Birth Physiology
    Stages of Labor
    Relaxation For Labor and Birth
    Breathing Techniques For Labor
    Massage and Touch
    Positions for Labor and Birth
    Effective Labor Coaching
    Effective Communication
    Hands-on Labor Support Practice

    For m...

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    Where and When? San Francisco State University
    Sunday, April 29 - 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM in Burk Hall, Room 376

    What will you learn?
    Labor and Birth Physiology
    Stages of Labor
    Relaxation For Labor and Birth
    Breathing Techniques For Labor
    Massage and Touch
    Positions for Labor and Birth
    Effective Labor Coaching
    Effective Communication
    Hands-on Labor Support Practice

    For more information, see flyer attached.

    To register, please follow this link, https://sites.google.com/view/today...

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  • California Opportunities - Open to new grads! Apple Valley Area

    Posted Apr 13, 2018 by SF State School of Nursing
  • California Opportunities - Open to new grads! Monterey Area

    Posted Apr 13, 2018 by SF State School of Nursing

    Please click on flyer below to see position information.

  • California Opportunities - Open to new grads! Silicon Valley Area

    Posted Apr 13, 2018 by SF State School of Nursing
  • California Opportunities - Open to new grads! Bakersfield

    Posted Apr 13, 2018 by SF State School of Nursing
  • California Opportunities - Open to new grads!

    Posted Apr 13, 2018 by SF State School of Nursing

    Bakersfield Area.
    Please see flyer below.

  • UCSF Medical Center is Launching it's RN Residency Program!

    Posted Apr 11, 2018 by SF State School of Nursing

    The program is designed for newly graduated and soon to be graduated RNs who have/will have recently graduated with a BSN or MSN degree.

    Positions will be posted by close of business on Wednesday, April 11th and come down on April 20th at 12:01 AM. UCSF welcomes you to apply to any and all positions that are of interest to you. You must independently apply to each positi...

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    The program is designed for newly graduated and soon to be graduated RNs who have/will have recently graduated with a BSN or MSN degree.

    Positions will be posted by close of business on Wednesday, April 11th and come down on April 20th at 12:01 AM. UCSF welcomes you to apply to any and all positions that are of interest to you. You must independently apply to each position you are interested in. Please read each position carefully as all positions have slightly different requirements.

    Departments participating this year are:
    Adult Units: Transplant, Ortho, Hem/Onc, Acute Care, Cardio Vascular, Neurological, Medical Surgical, and ICU
    Pediatric Units: Acute Care, Cardiac ICU, PICU, Intensive Care Nursery, Cardiac Transitional, and Peds Medical Surgical
    Overall, 26 separate units will be hiring across multiple positions.

    Candidates selected for the RN Residency Program will be hired as a Clinical Nurse 1 and must have less than six months of RN employment experience at the time of the program start date.
    Important dates: Interviews will be held from late April to late June. Offers will be extended in mid-summer. The program starts with New Hire Orientation on October 8, 2018.

    Here is what the units are typically looking for:
    •California RN Licensure (NO Interim Permits) by no later than 30 days prior to start date (September 8th).
    •Bachelor of Science in Nursing or higher level degree of nursing education
    •Some teams will require a focused residency, internship, capstone in an acute or critical care academic medical center
    •Less than six months of paid RN employment experience at the time of the program start date - More than 6 months of experience will eliminate your eligibility from the program.
    •A RN graduation date no earlier than January 1, 2017
    •All applicants must be willing to commit to at least two years of full-time employment after the completion of the training program
    •One or more of the following may be required: Active American Heart Association CPR, plus American Heart Association PALS, or NRP certification depending on the specific pediatric team within 6 months of hire
    •The flexibility to orient and work at all UCSF Medical Center locations

    To apply to our positions please go to www.jobs.ucsfmedicalcenter.org, click the search button, then either use the job code search on the left of the screen to search job code “9140” or use the key work search box at the top of the screen for “RN Residency”. We are looking forward to your applications!

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