Recent articles by Eve Harris

Mount Zion Auxiliary Installs New President

June 22, 2005
Meredithe Mendelsohn, MPA, was installed as president of the Auxiliary of the UCSF Medical Center at Mount Zion in a brief ceremony June 15.

Focus on complementary care at Lesbian Health Conference, June 18

May 26, 2005
The UCSF Lesbian Health Research Center (LHRC) will provide insight into subjects such as Chinese traditional medicine, herbs and supplements, and guided imagery -- the realm of complementary medicine -- during its fifth annual conference on Saturday, June 18.

UCSF Hosts Women's Health Summit Today

May 13, 2005
National leader Martha Burk, a political psychologist and women's equity expert, will be part of a groundbreaking women's health summit at UCSF Mission Bay today.

Intergenerational pen pals will share stories of growth and change

April 19, 2005
A dramatic reading of letters between critically ill adults and healthy teenagers will be performed on Wednesday, June 1, in San Rafael.

Workshops across San Francisco May 17 - 24 will mark California Women's Health Month

April 11, 2005
In honor of Women's Health Month in California, the UCSF National Center of Excellence in Women's Health will host community workshops in May on topics including aging, heart health and reproductive health. Workshops are free of charge and open to the public.

Specialized Treatment Improves Mental Health for Depressed African American and Latino Seniors

March 31, 2005
Integrating specialized depression care into primary care medicine can improve the mental health of African American and Latino seniors, according to a study by UCSF researchers.

Specialized treatment improves mental health for depressed African American and Latino seniors

March 28, 2005
Integrating specialized depression care into primary care medicine can improve the mental health of African American and Latino seniors, according to a study by UCSF researchers.

Older doctors specializing in high volume screening mammography deliver more accurate results

March 01, 2005
Physicians who specialize in screening mammography and who have at least 25 years of experience are more accurate at interpreting the images and subject fewer women to the anxiety of false positives for cancer

Young Women to Learn About Health on March 9

March 01, 2005
More than 1,400 teen-aged girls from San Francisco and San Mateo counties will attend the Fifth Annual Young Women's Health Conference on Wednesday, March 9th, in San Francisco.

Exhibit: 'Medical Center at Mount Zion: A Legacy of Health Care'

February 22, 2005
A new, permanent museum-quality exhibit has been entertaining and educating passersby at UCSF Mount Zion for the past month.