Jim Gatewood, PhD, AGNP, RN

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Community Health Systems
SchoolSchool of Nursing
Address2 Koret Way
San Francisco CA 94143
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    UCSF, CaliforniaMS06/2019Nursing
    Brown University, Rhode IslandPhD05/2008American Studies
    Brown University, Rhode IslandAM05/2003American Studies
    UCLA, CaliforniaMA06/2001Asian American Studies
    UCLA, CaliforniaBA10/1995Asian American Studies
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    UCSF2019The John A. Hartford Center of Gerontological Nursing Excellence
    UCSF2018  - 2019UCSF AGPCNP Geriatrics and Palliative Care Scholar (GeriPal)
    UCSF2017Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society
    National Endowment for the Humanities 2009NEH Summer Fellow on Immigration
    Brown University2005  - 2006Manning Dissertation Fellowship
    Brown University2000  - 2001Dean's University Fellowship
    Brown University2000  - 2001Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities
    UCLA1996Regents University Fellowship

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    Jim V. Gatewood, PhD, MSN, AGPCNP-BC, RN is an assistant clinical professor in the Community Health Systems Department in the School of Nursing at UCSF. He began his professional career as a professor of twentieth-century U.S. intellectual, cultural, immigration and Asian American history. He was the interim head of the urban community and environmental studies concentration in the B.A. program in Liberal Studies at Antioch University Los Angeles before entering the MEPN program at UCSF. As a nurse practitioner student in the adult gerontology primary care nurse practitioner specialty program (AGPCNP), he was the recipient of a fellowship from the John A. Hartford Center of Gerontological Nursing Excellence. As a professor in the AGPCNP specialty program, Dr. Gatewood teaches comprehensive and problem-based history-taking, physical examination and communication skills as part of the first-year clinical practicum, N414.28. He also teaches N246.28, a seminar on clinical reasoning and differential diagnosis.

    He currently practices at SteppingStone, the largest and oldest adult day healthcare program in San Francisco, serving as its first nurse practitioner. He also is part of a faculty practice, the Interprofessional Primary Care Outreach for Persons with Mental Illness (IPCOM), a nurse practitioner led primary care service embedded in residential mental health treatment programs operated by the Progress Foundation. IPCOM serves a diverse patient population that includes the historically underserved, housing insecure, LGBTQI, uninsured, persons with substance use disorders.

    Dr. Gatewood is committed to providing compassionate, evidence-based, patient-centered care for all of his patients. To paraphrase the late Paul Farmer, M.D., Dr. Gatewood “feels most alive when [he] is helping people.”

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    1. Contemporary Asian America: A Multidisciplinary Reader. 2007. Zhou, M. & Gatewood, J.V.
    2. Transforming Asian America: Globalization and Contemporary Immigration to the United States. Contemporary Asian America: A multidisciplinary reader. 2007; 115-138. Zhou, M., & Gatewood, J. V. .
    3. Mapping the terrain: Diversity and the challenges in the contemporary Asian American community. Asian American Policy Review. 2001; (9):2-29. Zhou, M & Gatewood, JV Zhou, M., & Gatewood, J. V. (2000)., 9, 2-29.