Stacey Garcia (’20) has been a registered nurse for nine years. She spent the first two on the surgical floor of a hospital before landing a job with Dallas-based AccentCare, Inc., the Imperial Valley’s largest home health care provider. The patients she helps are among the most underserved in California. Often low income and primarily […]
Thousands of San Diego State University graduates are serving their communities in a variety of ways during the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic. Three Aztec alumni in locations throughout the United States shared how they are helping their communities cope with COVID-19 and how their SDSU student experiences helped prepare them for their roles.
A “best paper” award went to an SDSU team confirming the value of a virtual patient tool that could raise standards for education in rural and developing countries. By Michael Klitzing
Recent Spring 2020 Advanced Practice Nursing Graduate, Cynthia Lam, was interviewed by NPR in the segment Outbreak Diaries, to talk about her experience traveling to Connecticut to take care of COVID-19 patients. Listen to her interview.