Approach To Aging That Stands The Test Of Time
Hopkins Nursing’s Center for Innovative Care in Aging is already leading the way through education (Behavioral Intervention: An Online Program that teaches the trailblazers, massive open online courses on dementia and psychological issues of older adults that reach tens of thousands across the globe); research (from fall prevention to dementia intervention to a “guided care” treatment approach), and practice (from CAPABLE, a program that keeps seniors safe in their own homes longer, to Fuld Fellows and the student-based Geriatric Interest Group, dedicated to enhancing knowledge on nurse roles and quality and safety of care).
At the School of Nursing, all pre-licensure students are required to take "Nursing Care for Older Adults Across the Continuum," in their first semester. "We see that as an essential competency for every nurse who graduates from Hopkins," says Associate Professor Elizabeth Tanner.
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Center for Innovative Care in Aging
The Center for Innovative Care in Aging uses novel approaches to enhance the yield of programs, policies, practices, and tools to help diverse older adults and family members remain healthy, independent, and living in their own homes and communities.
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Leveraging mHealth to enable and adapt community health worker strategies to improve TBHIV patient outcomes in South Africa The LEAPTBSA Trial
This project is sponsored by NIH and led by Dr. Jason Farley (School of Nursing), Dr. Larry Chang (School of Medicine), Dr. Chakra Budhathoki (School of Nursing), Kelly Lowensen (School of Nursing), and Paul Stamper (School of Nursing) in South Africa.
Better questions better care mixed methods study to develop key gateway questions to identify symptom impact for people with advanced illnesses and improve health professional patient communication
This project is sponsored by the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and led by Dr. Patricia Davidson (School of Nursing) in Australia
Effectiveness and mechanisms of action of a tailored mental health intervention with couples engaged in economic empowerment initiatives
This project is funded by NIH and led by Dr. Nancy Glass (School of Nursing), Dr. Lori Heise (Bloomberg School of Public Health & School of Nursing), Dr. Jeremy Kane (Bloomberg School of Public Health & School of Nursing), Dr. Laura Murray (Bloomberg School of Public Health), Dr. Nancy Perrin (School of Nursing) in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Raising awareness building empathy and inspiring action on GBV with a virtual reality adaption of In Her Shoes for actors in humanitarian emergencies
This project is sponsored by the World Bank and led by Dr. Nancy Glass in Kenya
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Aging—Tailoring care to meet the individual goals of older adults through the Community Aging in Place Advancing Better Living for Elders (CAPABLE) program. New results of Dr. Sarah Szanton’s CAPABLE study show reduced disability across demographics and potential to save national health dollars by decreasing disparities and helping older adults live safely in their homes.