Also known as “Cells to Society,” sharing recent scholarly research from the School of Nursing community.
Summer Research Roundup 2022
ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDY SNAIR The year to date in publications from the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing From A for aging to Z for … whenever that particular...
Research | 08/01/22
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Have You Hugged Your Preceptor Today?Clockwise from top left, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing faculty members Susan Renda, MarianneOn the Pulse | 04/25/22
The Confidence to Fend Off FrailtyApproximately 15 percent of U.S. older adults living outside nursing homes are physically frail,Research | 11/15/21
Traumatic Brain Injury and ‘The Way Back to ‘Normal’Those recovering from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) often face a realization that the oldResearch | 11/15/21
COVID Catch-22: Called Out for Calling OutThe greatest ability is availability. It is a cliché that has stuck because it has become soResearch | 11/15/21
To Achieve Vaccine Equity, “CEAL” Examines Barriers to VaccinationNIH has invested $1.4 million to study barriers to COVID-19 vaccination in the DMV region, led byOn the Pulse | 08/02/21
Summer Research Roundup 2021COVID to cardio, the year to date in publications from the Johns Hopkins School ofResearch | 07/21/21
Facing the COVID Menace AloneWRITTEN BY STEVE ST. ANGELO | ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDY SNAIR When calling to mind the image of elderlyResearch | 07/21/21
Safeguarding the Folks Back HomeWRITTEN BY STEVE ST. ANGELO | ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDY SNAIR Military family members bear an oftenResearch | 07/21/21
Gender Equality and Violence in the CongoWRITTEN BY STEVE ST. ANGELO | ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDY SNAIR Gender equality is associated with lowerResearch | 07/21/21