Occupational and environmental health nurses play a pivotal role in preventing work-related injuries and illnesses, as well as promoting the health of workers and communities. The Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner — Occupational and Environmental Health (AGPCNP-OEH) specialty prepares advanced OEH nurses, leaders and researchers.
“PhD student Brianna Singleton examines occupational burnout among Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) workers, with the goal of improving the relationships between organizations and their workers. She aims to illuminate the unique mental health experience of transit industrial workers — specifically mechanics and electricians — who are often underrepresented in health research.”
Rachel was a trainee in the UCSF Nursing PhD program. She is currently a postdoc in National Clinician Scholar Program at SFVA and UCSF, and accepted a tenure-track assistant professor position at School of Nursing in the University of Wisconsin-Madison!
Everyone in the COEH program is extremely supportive! I feel so lucky to be surrounded and mentored by such intelligent and inspiring leaders in occupational and environmental health!Current Trainee