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2007

Wanted: Donations to the San Francisco Food Bank
CHC welcomes all new affiliate program fellows, scholars, graduate students and faculty

UCSF Unveils Strategic Plan to Guide Its Global Leadership in
Advancing Health

Plan Ahead to Save Lives from Heart Attack, Dracup Tells Australian Audience
UCSF Executive Receives Social Justice Award
Puberty, Obesity, Environment and Breast Cancer
UCSF Fellow Honored for Cancer Prevention Research
Tobacco industry pressure keeps cheap smokes available to military
Study: Sex of any kind can harm teens emotionally
Coping with Stress
Passing of leading social scientist, Gaylene Becker, PhD
UCSF researchers seek overweight women for study of stress reduction and weight management

2005-2006

CHC welcomes all new affiliate program fellows, scholars, graduate students and faculty
Center for Health and Community: Addressing Issues that Affect Public Health
UCSF Researcher Presents Findings on the Effects of Stress on Aging
CHC team runner up in AIDS Walk T-Shirt Design Contest
UCSF in the Community: An Obligation and Opportunity
Social isolation ups risk of breast cancer death
UCSF to Integrate Social and Behavioral Sciences in Medical Education

2004

Exploring ideas
How social status affects our health


2003

R. William Soller Appointed as Executive Director for Consumer Self Care Center
Increasing Access to Care Could Reverse Disparities
Report: Primary Care in US in Crisis, Must be Reconstructed
Simple Communication Technique Could Help Diabetes Patients
New Report Shows Crippling Economic Toll of Smoking on California's Fiscal Health
HRT Reduces Diabetes Rates in Some Women

2002
California Physicians are Dropping out of Managed Care, According to UCSF Researchers
Secret Documents Reveal Tobacco Industry Influence on African American Groups

Nursing School Celebrates New Endowed Chair
UCSF Researchers Find Flaws Identifying Dental Shortage
UCSF Researchers Team with ADA to Fight Oral Cancer
Institute for Global Health Leads Consortium Created to Assist CHC's Global AIDS Program
Center for Health Professions Celebrates 10 Years
UCSF report finds dental practice patterns add to oral health disparity in the United States
Program to Train Health and Society Experts
Tobacco Firms Weakened Market for Anti-Smoking Products
Web site Exposes Tobacco's Manipulation of Restaurant Industry
UCSF Study Finds Zimbabwean Women Very Willing to Use Diaphragms--Potential HIV Prevention Method
Work of UCSF Artists on Display at Laurel Heights
UCSF Holds International AIDS Conference Briefing
Debas to Step Down
Study Shows Tobacco Companies Youth Anti-Smoking Programs Designed to Promote Own Industry
Internal Documents Reveal Tobacco Industry Surveillance of Public Health Groups
Prostate Cancer is Costly for State
UCSF Co-Sponsors Saturday Program for Adolescents Coming of Age at High Risk
Low-Grade Dysplasia Found on Pap Smears Likely to Regress Spontaneously
UCSF Researchers Use Video Doctor to Assess Patient Risks
International Health Leader Heads Fund to Aid Poor Countries
Stop-Smoking Program Aimed at 50 and Older
UCSF Scientists May Have Found Link to Early Childhood Tooth Decay
Testosterone Aids Older Men's Brains, Study Finds
Managed Care Linked to Reduced Hospital Admission in California
Three Honored for Advancing Women
Cholesterol Bad for Brain Too, UCSF Study Says
UCSF Study Shows Breast Cancer Screening Programs that Interpret the Most Mammograms Get the Most Precise Results
Experts Highlight Perils of Nation's Uninsured
Talk on Inequalities in Health
UCSF to Empower Women at Annual Conference
Living Strong, Living Long: UCSF Women's Health 2020
Hospitalist Care Destined to Become Dominant Model of Inpatient Care in the U.S, Say UCSF Researchers
California Kaiser Permanente Patients "Getting More for Their Money" Than UK's National Health System Patients
Study of Infants with Fevers and Risks for Urinary Infections
Some Ethnic Differences in Lung Cancer Rates Linked to Nicotine Metabolism
Panel On Health Insurance Problem
Leaders Call for Financial Support for Global Health



2001
Experts to Reflect on Tuskegee Experiments
Insufficient Prescriptions and Poor Adherence Are Key Factors in Poor Cancer Pain Management
UCSF Leads Innovators in Global Primary Care Partnership
Feachem Calls for Winning Peace in Afghanistan
UCSF Reinvents Medical Education
UCSF Study Finds Underrepresented Minority Physicians More Likely To Practice In California Following School And Residency In State
Internal Documents Reveal Tobacco Industry Strategy To Undermine Unwelcome Research
Julia Butterfly Hill, Eve Ensler, And Rebecca Walker To Address 1200 Teen Girls At Second Annual Young Women's Health Conference
Heroin Users Released From Methadone Detox Or Jail May Be At Higher Risk For Overdose, According To UCSF Researchers
Laurel Heights Decks the Halls for Halloween
Prescription Drug Ads Target the Consumer
Study Finds Daughters Resilient to Domestic Violence
UCSF School of Dentistry Receives $11 Million Grant To Establish Center To Prevent Oral Health Disparities
Americans Leading Healthier Lives, Reducing Risk of Death From Heart Disease, UCSF Study Finds
Shortage of Dentists in Rural, Poor Communities
Care for a Traumatized Nation
Women's Champion to Leave UCSF
New Digital Access to ICPSR Data Sets at the UCSF Library
For-Profit Nursing Homes More Likely than Non-Profits to be Cited for Poor Quality
Consumers Should Consider Eight Basic Categories When Evaluating Nursing Homes, Say UCSF Researchers
State Grants $100,000 to Center for Lesbian Health Research
Program Mentors Nurse Leaders
Patent Rights Stimulate R&D, But Fall Short in Helping Poor Countries Obtain Lifesaving Drugs
UCSF Studies Abused Women and State Mandatory Reporting Law
Exercise Keeps Minds in Shape, Too
Progress "Stalled" in Controlling in Controlling Tobacco Use in California
UCSF Program Receives Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant to Mentor Nurse Leaders
Uninsured Patients Don't Manage Chronic Illness Well, UCSF Study Finds
Prestigious Honor for Young Faculty Studying Aging
Debunking Myths Around a Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit
Scholars to Examine Intergenerational, Women's Issues
UCSF Hosts First National Lesbian Health Conference
UCSF School of Dentistry Receives $1.19 Million Grant for Underrepresented and Disadvantaged Students
Attracting and Keeping Allied Health Care Workers
Training For Doctors Improves Screening for Risk-Taking Teens
UCSF Study Finds Gay/Bisexual Men Who Were Sexually Abused as Children Are More Likely to Engage in Unsafe Sex
Women's Access to Birth Control Should be Streamlined, UCSF Study Finds
Susan Folkman, PhD, Appointed Director for the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine
No Evidence That Large Numbers of Physicians Are Leaving California, say UCSF Researchers
Physicians, Employers Encourage Managed Care Organizations to Improve Quality of Care
Editor of U.S. Surgeon General's Report on Women and Smoking will Speak at UCSF Women's Health Conference
Answer to Nursing Shortage Lies in Cultivating Talents of Minorities and Men, Say UCSF Researchers
Dentists Warns Tooth Decay is a Contagious Disease
Help for Poor, Young Asthma Sufferers
Aging Expert a Distinguished Scholar
State of Nursing - 'A Workforce in Crisis'
Pediatricians Don't Counsel Parents to Kick Smoking Habit
Plan Addresses Health of State's Growing Teen Population
Dentists and Intervention of Domestic Violence


2000
Grant to Prepare More Nurses to Care for Elderly
Institute of Medicine Honors Former Chancellor Philip R. Lee
Women's Health Advocates Salute RU 486 Approval
Stress May Cause Abdominal Fat Buildup in Slender Women
SF Conference to Cover Topics That Impact Young Women
In Minority Communities
The Impact of Managed Care
Working for World Health
Grant to Strengthen Women's Health Research
Labor Market Strong, But Workers in Poor Health Still Suffer
Minorities Not Reaping Benefits of State's Strong Labor Market
Secondhand Smoke Dangers Deter Teen Smoking, Study Finds
"Strengthen Conflict of Interest Rules in Trials", Study Says
World AIDS Day Symposium Examines Prevention Issues
Web Based Stop Smoking Study Recruiting Spanish Speaking Participants
Self-Assessment as Rich, Powerful May Keep You Healthy
A Women's Health Wall of Honor
UCSF Epidemiologist to Head National Council for VA Research
Growing Financial Ties Between Researchers and Industry Show Need for Strict Disclosure
CPR Training for Parents of High-Risk Neonates Improves Family Adjustment at Home
Coping with Chronic Disease
Ishi Laid to Rest, But His Story Doesn't Die
School of Medicine Develops Innovative New Curriculum
Cooke Named Director of Academy of Educators
Surgeon General David Satcher, MD, PhD, to give keynote address at launch of UCSF Center for Health and Community
Trial Targets Depression, Alcohol Abuse in Elderly
Program Reduces Rate of Unintended Pregnancies Among Low-Income Women
UCSF School Of Dentistry Center Grant Funds Research To Prevent Childhood Tooth Decay
Insured Minorities Continue to Face Health Care Obstacles, Study Finds
Appeals Court Rejects Challenge to UCSF Tobacco Research
Prescriptions for the Internet
Common Cause Honors Tobacco Foe
Nursing Leadership Program Receives Major Grant
Faculty Honored for Oncology Nursing Care, Research
State Honors Advocate for Adolescent Health
Symposium Addresses How to Cover the Uninsured
UCSF Creates Initiative to Address Changes in Health Care Workforce
Sociology and Women's Health Pioneer Celebrated
Women Mentors Honored
Report Advises How States Can Improve Health of Millions of Adolescents
Panel Says Low Staffing Puts Nursing Home Patients at Risk

1999
Howard Pinderhughes wins Martin Luther King, Jr. Award
Changes in Allied and Auxiliary Health Care Workers' Training Needed for Quality of Patient Care, According to UCSF Report
UCSF Center for Health and Community Receives Over $11 million for Infertility Treatment Research Health Professions Accreditation System "Obsolete" and Needs to be Changed, According to Task Force Report


1998
$7 Million Grant Awarded to Study Cancer among Underserved Women



 
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