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Angel Chen, RN, MSN, PNP

TitleProfessor
SchoolUCSF School of Nursing
DepartmentFamily Health Care Nursing
Address2 Koret Way
San Francisco CA 94143
Phone415-476-3698
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    University of California, Los AngelesMSN/Pediatric Nurse Practitioner1998School of Nursing
    University of California, Los AngelesBSN1995School of Nursing
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    UCSF School of Nursing2016Overall Excellence in Teaching Award
    UCSF2015Academy of Medical Educators
    UCSF Library and Interprofessional Education Instructional Grants Program2014Interprofessional Education at SFGH: Bridging NP and Medical Learners in the Clinical Setting
    UCSF2014University Community Partnership Grant: Injury Prevention Program at Family Connections, Part III
    UCSF2013University Community Partnership Grant: Injury Prevention Program at Family Connections, Part II
    UCSF Medical Center and School of Nursing 2012Clinical Nurse Research Award
    UCSF 2012UCSF-Coro Introduction to Leadership Program
    UCSF2012University Community Partnership Grant: Injury Prevention Program at Family Connections
    UCSF School of Nursing2011Excellence in Creating a Supportive Learning Environment Teaching Award
    UCSF School of Medicine2011Teaching Scholars Program
    Sigma Theta Tau International, Alpha Eta Chapter2009Leadership Development Grant

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    Angel K Chen, PNP is a Clinical Professor and Vice Chair of the Department of Family Health Care Nursing in the School of Nursing. Ms. Chen also serves as the School of Nursing Faculty Lead for the Program in Interprofessional Practice and Education at UCSF, and Co-Chair of the IPE Curriculum Development Working Group (CDWG). She is one of the faculty for the UCSF Coursera course: Collaboration and Communication in Healthcare: Interprofessional Practice, launched in Sept 2014, and on the committee to develop the Teach for UCSF Interprofessional Education Teaching Certificate. Ms. Chen is a member of the Academy of Medical Educators at UCSF, and received the Overall Excellence in Teaching Award from the School of Nursing in 2016.

    Ms. Chen's educational research (funded through UCSF Medical Center and School of Nursing Clinical Nurse Research Award) was focused on IPE in the clinical setting, studying how interprofessional faculty preceptors adjust teaching and enhance IPE in the clinical setting for advanced practice nursing and medical learners. This project lead to the next phase which is a funded-trial for Interprofessional training for preceptors and learners in the clinical setting at San Francisco General Hospital. As a result, Ms. Chen now leads the Preceptor Development Program for the HRSA ANE Grant - CV CARE, providing faculty and preceptor training in California Central Valley, partnering with Central Valley Health Network, allowing for more NP students to be trained in the Central Valley with the hopes of increasing the health professional workforce in the region.

    In the Vice Chair role, Ms. Chen mentors faculty with their Merit/Promotion process at UCSF, and works closely with clinical faculty on their faculty practice at various clinical sites and development. Prior to serving as the Vice Chair, she was the Specialty Director for the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program. She currently teaches in a variety of courses for the PNP program and also coordinated PNP Clinical Placements for the students, working with our excellent pool of clinical preceptors/volunteer faculty. Ms. Chen lead the implementation of the online clinical tracking system for the SON MS students.

    Ms. Chen's clinical practice is at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital in the Pediatric Urology Clinic (Childrens Health Center). She enjoys working with the Urology Chief Residents and PNP students in caring for children and families of SFGH, managing conditions such as phimosis, retractile testis, UTI, hydronephrosis, vesicoureteral reflux, and dysfunctional voiding/enuresis.


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    1. Chen, A. K., Dennehy, C., Fitzsimmons, A., Hyde, S., Lee, K., Rivera, J., Shunk, R., & Wamsley, M. Teaching interprofessional collaborative care skills using a blended learning approach. Journal of Interprofessional Education & Practice. 2017; (8):86-90.
    2. Chen A, Rivera J, Rotter N, Green E, Kools S. Interprofessional education in the clinical setting: A qualitative look at the preceptor's perspective in training advanced practice nursing students. Nurse Educ Pract. 2016 Nov; 21:29-36. PMID: 27710811.
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    3. Chen A, Brodie M. Resisting Outdated Models of Pedagogical Domination and Subordination in Health Professions Education. AMA J Ethics. 2016 Sep 01; 18(9):903-9. PMID: 27669135.
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    4. Chen, A. In KG Duderstadt (Ed.), Pediatric physical examination: An illustrated handbook (2nd Ed). Male genitalia. 2013.
    5. Chen A . In GM Collins-Bride & JM Saxe (Eds.), Clinical guidelines for advanced practice nurses: An interdisciplinary approach (2nd Ed). 3 to 6 years of age interval visit. 2011; pp. 25-28.
    6. Chen A . In GM Collins-Bride & JM Saxe (Eds.), Clinical guidelines for advanced practice nurses: An interdisciplinary approach (2nd Ed.). Urinary incontinence in children. 2011; pp. 127-142.
    7. Keeton VF, Chen A. Immunization updates and challenges. Curr Opin Pediatr. 2010 Apr; 22(2):234-40. PMID: 20125025.
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