In early 2021, the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing launched its On the Pulse podcast to take a deep dive into the experiences of frontline providers and researchers and to offer those experiences with the world. The podcast offers content that is relevant to health professionals and the community alike with topics ranging from COVID-19, mental health, pediatric health, aging, and more.
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Here’s a recap of some of the favorite episodes from 2021:
Child psychiatric nurse Dr. Debbie Gross and aging expert Dr. Valerie Cotter shared tips for families who are navigating a continued “return to normal” amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Tamar Rodney offered her insights into how COVID-19 has impacted mental health, navigating normal emotions, signs that someone may be in crisis, and how to get help.
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Dr. Melissa Hladek and Jason Resendez shared the sobering statistics about Alzheimer’s disease among the Latino population and how to protect your brain health.
- Facebook Live: Exploring Research That Serves Native American Communities
- On The Pulse: Heavy Reading
- On The Pulse: COVID Vaccine Equity, Reaching Underserved Communities Locally & Globally
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: DANIELLE KRESS
Danielle is Senior Public Relations Manager at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.