About 70 million American adults (29%) have hypertension (HTN)—that is 1 of every 3 adults. The prevalence of HTN rises […]
Elizabeth Sloand has been dedicated to care for underserved and low-income children throughout her career. Her work as a nurse […]
Implementing a palliative approach in the intensive careunit: An oxymoron or a realistic possibility?
Providing a palliative approach in an ICU is not an oxymoron and is within our reach today. Patricia M. Davidson, […]
A number of years ago, while making house calls as a nurse practitioner to homebound, low-income elderly patients in West […]
Hae-Ra Han explores the recruitment and retention strategies used by community health workers who enrolled Korean Americans in a church-based, […]
Sharon Kozachik currently conducts bedside-to-bench translational research to determine: 1) the antecedents and consequences of pain and sleep disturbance, and […]
Deborah Finnell has specialized in mental health and addictions for the majority of her career. From her grounding as a […]
Dr. Sarah Szanton aims her research and publications toward changing policy for older adults and their families. She is currently […]
International nurses are required to provide evidence of English language competence on the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) test. […]
Globalizing Empowerment: an ethnography of AIDS and civil society in post-socialist China.