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Courtesy of Phil Freeman/WWF-Australia - The Peruvian government and key partners sign a Memorandum of Understanding that aims to ensure the viability of 76 protected areas (20 million hectares) in the Peruvian Amazon



Number of ISSF participating companies climbs to 25


Vietnamese tuna company Foodtech JSC has become the latest organization to join the conservation efforts of the International Seafood Sustainability Foundation (ISSF) as an associate participating company. Participating companies work with the Foundation to advocate for improved fishery management, fund scientific advancements through research and expert analysis, and take direct ...

Patient and Family Engagement

Patient and family engagement: healthcare's two-way street

By Jason A. Wolf Hospital Impact March 19, 2015

Patient and family engagement advocate, Jason A. Wolf, pens a piece calling the foundation's A Roadmap for Patient & Family Engagement in Healthcare "one of the most significant and important contributions" in the effort to engage patients and families in their health care. He goes on to discuss the importance ...

Amazon’s carbon uptake declines as trees die faster

University of Leeds March 18, 2015
Foundation grantees have contributed to research published March 18th in Nature, showing through the results of a 30-year study that the Amazon is experiencing “a huge surge in the rate of trees dying” (see announcement below). Moore Foundation grants (#1656 and #3000) helped support the Amazon Forest Inventory Network (RAINFOR) ...

Assessing the value and role of seafood traceability from an entire value-chain perspective


With support from the Moore Foundation, the Institute of Food Technologists' Global Food Traceability Center (GFTC) conducted extensive research in 2014 on the value of seafood traceability.

GFTC investigated the utility of traceability to reduce waste, enhance consumer trust, and increase business efficiencies along the entire value chain from catch ...

ICU Consortium

Hospitals bring patient engagement to the ICU

By Zack Budryk FierceHealthcare March 17, 2015

One of the more important elements in ensuring safer, more compassionate care is treating patients and their families with dignity and respect. The foundation's efforts in this area are taking shape in four institutions nationwide - Johns Hopkins, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Brigham and Women's Hospital and University of ...

Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing

RNs’ transitions into director of nursing positions in nursing homes: hiring practices and role development

By Elena O. Siegel, PhD, RN; Suzanne Sikma, PhD, RN Journal of Gerontological Nursing March 16, 2015

A professor at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing shares results in a study of registered nurses transitioning into their first position as nursing home director of nursing (DON) in the March issue of the Journal of Gerontological Nursing. The study findings highlight gaps across practice, policy and research ...

ICU Consortium

Intensive care gets friendlier with apps, devices

By Laura Landro The Wall Street Journal March 16, 2015

In her The Informed Patient column, Wall Street Journal reporter, Laura Landro, covers four patient care program grantees focused on redesigning care in the ICU to make them safer and more human. Johns Hopkins, University of California at San Francisco, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Brigham and Women's Hospital ...

Patient and Family Engagement

Early-career investigators selected for patient and family engagement research

March 16, 2015

The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation has selected four promising early-career investigators who will be supported in their work to advance the field of patient and family engagement. The investigators represent a wide range of research from addressing health disparities in Latino populations and partnering with critically ill patients in ...

Miniature chemistry kit brings science out of the lab

By Amy Adams Stanford University March 10, 2015

Moore Foundation grantee Manu Prakash and colleagues at Stanford have transformed a tiny music box into a device that performs small scale chemistry experiments. Prakash previously developed a 50 cent microscope called the Foldscope that is being used by groups worldwide.

Read the full article here.

Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing

U.S. News & World Report ranks new UC Davis School of Nursing among best

By Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing UC Davis Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing March 10, 2015
(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) — For the first time, U.S. News & World Report ranks the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis as among the best in the country for master’s-degree nursing programs in the 2016 U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools.
The publication ranks the UC ...

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