Diane Vines (nursing) was interviewed for a feature on the Cal State San Bernardino Nursing Street Medicine Program going mobile in the Coachella Valley, and Dionisio Amodeo (psychology) was one of the authors of a paper on autism spectrum disorder.
Mike Stull (entrepreneurship) was interviewed about the growing number of Latino entrepreneurs, Sina Bastami (lecturer, geography and environmental sciences) spoke about CSUSB’s Model United Nations team doing well at a conference in Japan, Brian Levin (criminal justice) discussed the latest FBI hate crime report, and Diane Vines (nursing) thanked supporters as the Street Nursing Program joined a mobile clinic program.
Nursing faculty and students from the CSUSB Nursing Street Medicine Program will perform mental health assessments and provide nurse clinics at various locations around the Coachella Valley.
The Houston Family Foundation funding will support behavioral health by utilizing telehealth technologies at nurse clinics throughout the area.
Scholarships will be awarded to nursing students at the Palm Desert Campus who participate in the university’s Nursing Street Medicine program.
The Nursing Street Medicine program increases access to healthcare by serving the sheltered, unsheltered, and other vulnerable populations in the Coachella Valley through nurse clinics and other outreach programs.
Diane Vines, who, in addition to teaching, manages the university’s Nursing Street Medicine Program, was recently appointed to serve on three committees – two local and one national – to expand her reach in the community.
Todd Johnson (music), Diane Vines (nursing), Kate Liszka (history), David Yaghoubian (history), Breena Coates (management) and Vipin Gupta (management) were included in recent news coverage.