Janiece L. Taylor, PhD, MSN, RN
While still in high school in Albuquerque, NM, Janiece Taylor became a licensed practical nurse and volunteered with nursing groups in the area. She also worked in long-term care centers as she attended college, earning bachelor's, master's, and PhD degrees in nursing. Her dissertation focused on predictors of disability among middle-aged and older African-American women with osteoarthritis. Taylor came to the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing on a two-year postdoctoral assignment (gerontological pain and intervention research) and, as faculty, joins the Center for Innovative Care in Aging. “I have a passion for helping aging populations,” she explains. “The aging process, especially when combined with disabilities, is not being researched enough.”
Below are selected resources. For more information, please see full CV.
Walker, J.L., Harrison, T.C., Brown, A., Thorpe Jr., R.J., & Szanton, S.L. (2016). "Factors Associated with Disability among Middle-Aged and Older African American Women with Osteoarthritis." Disability and Health Journal.
Walker, J.L., Thorpe Jr., R.J., Harrison, T.C., Baker, T.A., Cary, M., Szanton, S.L., Allaire, J.C., & Whitfield, K.E. (in press). "The Relationship between Pain, Disability, and Gender in African Americans." Pain Management Nursing.
Smith, P., Becker, K.L., Roberts, L., Walker, J.L & Szanton, S.L. (in press). "Associations among Pain, Depression, and Functional Limitations in Low-Income Home Dwelling Older Adults: An Analysis of Baseline Data from CAPABLE." Geriatric Nursing.
2014 Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award Diversity Predoctoral Fellowship
2012-2014 National Hartford Center of Gerontological Nursing Excellence Patricia G. Archbold Scholarship