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Newswise: Sarah Szanton, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing professor and developer of CAPABLE, will be live on POLITICO

Sarah Szanton, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing professor and developer of CAPABLE, will be live on POLITICO

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) Professor Sarah Szanton, PhD, ANP, FAAN, has been invited to serve on the POLITICO Live panel “Combating Chronic Conditions,” December 3, Washington DC. She will join panelists across the health care spectrum to discuss policies, strategies, and innovations that can improve primary care treatment for patients with chronic conditions.

Channels: Aging, Nursing,

Released:
26-Nov-2019 5:05 PM EST
Newswise: What Breastfeeding Parents Need to Know
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5-Aug-2019 9:55 AM EDT
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Newswise: ‘Dirty John’ and a Safety Plan for Domestic Violence

‘Dirty John’ and a Safety Plan for Domestic Violence

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

Today we have a good understanding of the pattern of dangerous behaviors abusive men use to manipulate their partners. However, most women, their friends, and their family members do not have access to safety information. Dirty John presents an opportunity for women in abusive relationships to learn more about developing a personalized, practical safety plan for when in danger.

Channels: Behavioral Science, In the Home, Nursing, Sex and Relationships, Sexual Harassment and #MeToo, Local - LA Metro, Local - Maryland,

Released:
17-Jan-2019 3:05 PM EST
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The PrEP Paradox

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

"HIV/AIDS is a known killer. Today, we could wipe it off the face of the earth if we simply shared. That’s a priceless opportunity that we can’t afford … to miss." Patricia Davidson, nursing expert and dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing explains why stigma, lack of awareness, and over-the-top pricing prevent people from being able to use Truvada, also known as PrEP, which is 99 percent effective at preventing HIV infection.

Channels: Healthcare, Nursing, Pharmaceuticals, Local - Maryland,

Released:
30-Jul-2018 4:50 PM EDT
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