Anywhere it wants. OK, they don’t really expectorate. So Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON) saliva expert Douglas Granger has done a bit of improvisation....Click here to read more.
The work and studies of Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing students and faculty are being published and presented through multiple avenues such as books, journals, websites, meetings, and conferences....Click here to read more.
Keywords: aids, cardiovascular health, faculty, healthcare, hiv, nursing, research, sexual assault, student
Recent global research by JHUSON nurses is helping to build new health care programs, new knowledge, and new hope and health for people around the world—and at home....Click here to read more.
Keywords: children, diabetes, faculty, global nursing, healthcare, nursing, parenting, research, student, tuberculosis
Young love. Teenage romance. First kiss. It’s the stuff of movies, pop songs, and memories, and for most young women, a magical time. But for one in three women, ages 16-26, these relationships turn violent....Click here to read more.
Keywords: abuse, domestic violence, faculty, relationship violence
While the stress of combating diabetes is undeniable, there are ways to understand how to manage it. Yet when diabetes occurs within cultures that maintain traditional values, managing that stress becomes an even greater challenge.
In a study that hits close to home, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON) researchers—postdoctoral fellow Hyunjeong Park, PhD, RN, ANP, aided by JHUSON faculty Jennifer Wenzel, PhD, RN, CCM—reported on how diabetes can affect social role strain among women in Korea.
Keywords: depression, diabetes, faculty, healthcare, korean american, nursing, research, stress, type 2 diabetes