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The Center for Nursing Inquiry oversees the scholarly work of nurses in the Johns Hopkins Health System. Our goal is to build the capacity for nurses to participate in the three forms of inquiry: research, evidence-based practice (EBP), and quality improvement (QI). At the Center for Nursing Inquiry, we offer a variety of educational resources and expert guidance to help nurses engage in meaningful, high-quality scholarly work. We are dedicated to advancing the science of nursing. Stay conne ...
 
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Higher levels of DNA found circulating in the blood of older people were associated with a higher risk for dementia and frailty, a Johns Hopkins study shows. Peter Abadir, a geriatrics expert at Johns Hopkins and one author of the … If cell free DNA is associated with dementia risk, would removing it help? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Cancer mutations are often named, with one common group in a gene called KRAS. Although common, KRAS mutations have been extremely difficult to target, but now a new agent may have broken the code. That’s according to William Nelson, director … Can a common cancer mutation now be controlled? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Giving Covid vaccines to adults aged 75 and older has shown that while they do respond with antibodies, that response lasts a much shorter time than in younger people. Johns Hopkins geriatrics expert Sean Leng says the study also found … Older men don’t respond as well to vaccination as older women, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
In this podcast, Nursing Inquiry Coordinator, Nadine Rosenblum, and Evidence-based Practice Coordinator, Madeleine Whalen, move to the next tool in their EBP series: Stakeholder Analysis and Communication Tool, or Appendix C. They discuss using this tool to identify stakeholders, define their roles, … Ep 40 Appendix C | Center for Nursing Inquiry R…
 
Higher levels of DNA found circulating in the blood of older people were associated with a higher risk for dementia and frailty, a Johns Hopkins study shows. Peter Abadir, a geriatrics expert at Johns Hopkins and one author of the … If cell free DNA is associated with dementia risk, would removing it help? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Higher levels of DNA found circulating in the blood of older people were associated with a higher risk for dementia and frailty, a Johns Hopkins study shows. Peter Abadir, a geriatrics expert at Johns Hopkins and one author of the … If cell free DNA is associated with dementia risk, would removing it help? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Pinpointing someone’s risk to develop dementia or frailty may rely on a blood test looking for cell free DNA, a Johns Hopkins study finds. Lolita Nidadavolu, a geriatrics expert and researcher, says this type of DNA provokes a reaction in … Cell free DNA in someone’s blood could have many consequences, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Pinpointing someone’s risk to develop dementia or frailty may rely on a blood test looking for cell free DNA, a Johns Hopkins study finds. Lolita Nidadavolu, a geriatrics expert and researcher, says this type of DNA provokes a reaction in … Cell free DNA in someone’s blood could have many consequences, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Pinpointing someone’s risk to develop dementia or frailty may rely on a blood test looking for cell free DNA, a Johns Hopkins study finds. Lolita Nidadavolu, a geriatrics expert and researcher, says this type of DNA provokes a reaction in … Cell free DNA in someone’s blood could have many consequences, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Higher levels of DNA found circulating in the blood of older people put them at increased risk of developing both frailty, with loss of muscle mass and risk for falls, and dementia, a Johns Hopkins study has found. Peter Abadir, … What does freely circulating DNA in the blood have to do with dementia? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Higher levels of DNA found circulating in the blood of older people put them at increased risk of developing both frailty, with loss of muscle mass and risk for falls, and dementia, a Johns Hopkins study has found. Peter Abadir, … What does freely circulating DNA in the blood have to do with dementia? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Higher levels of DNA found circulating in the blood of older people put them at increased risk of developing both frailty, with loss of muscle mass and risk for falls, and dementia, a Johns Hopkins study has found. Peter Abadir, … What does freely circulating DNA in the blood have to do with dementia? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
DNA found circulating freely in the blood may point to an increased risk for frailty and dementia in older people, a Johns Hopkins study led by Peter Abadir, a geriatrics expert, has found. The study enrolled participants without any signs … Can small amounts of DNA in the blood predict an older person’s risk of frailty and dementia? Elizabeth Trac…
 
DNA found circulating freely in the blood may point to an increased risk for frailty and dementia in older people, a Johns Hopkins study led by Peter Abadir, a geriatrics expert, has found. The study enrolled participants without any signs … Can small amounts of DNA in the blood predict an older person’s risk of frailty and dementia? Elizabeth Trac…
 
DNA found circulating freely in the blood may point to an increased risk for frailty and dementia in older people, a Johns Hopkins study led by Peter Abadir, a geriatrics expert, has found. The study enrolled participants without any signs … Can small amounts of DNA in the blood predict an older person’s risk of frailty and dementia? Elizabeth Trac…
 
Cancer mutations are often named, with one common group in a gene called KRAS. Although common, KRAS mutations have been extremely difficult to target, but now a new agent may have broken the code. That’s according to William Nelson, director … Can a common cancer mutation now be controlled? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Cancer mutations are often named, with one common group in a gene called KRAS. Although common, KRAS mutations have been extremely difficult to target, but now a new agent may have broken the code. That’s according to William Nelson, director … Can a common cancer mutation now be controlled? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Cancer mutations are often named, with one common group in a gene called KRAS. Although common, KRAS mutations have been extremely difficult to target, but now a new agent may have broken the code. That’s according to William Nelson, director … Can a common cancer mutation now be controlled? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Some types of cancer seem to be increasing in incidence among adults younger than age fifty, with a new large analysis seeming to associate this risk with a host of factors. Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson at Johns Hopkins … What accounts for increased cancer risk among adults younger than fifty? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Some types of cancer seem to be increasing in incidence among adults younger than age fifty, with a new large analysis seeming to associate this risk with a host of factors. Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson at Johns Hopkins … What accounts for increased cancer risk among adults younger than fifty? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Some types of cancer seem to be increasing in incidence among adults younger than age fifty, with a new large analysis seeming to associate this risk with a host of factors. Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson at Johns Hopkins … What accounts for increased cancer risk among adults younger than fifty? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Some types of cancer seem to be increasing in incidence among adults younger than age fifty, with a new large analysis seeming to associate this risk with a host of factors. Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson at Johns Hopkins … What accounts for increased cancer risk among adults younger than fifty? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read More »…
 
Foods that can’t be found in nature and have undergone extensive processing are known as ‘ultraprocessed,’ with a new study fingering them as associated with adverse health outcomes. Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson at Johns Hopkins says the message … Avoiding ultraprocessed foods is good for your health, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read M…
 
Foods that can’t be found in nature and have undergone extensive processing are known as ‘ultraprocessed,’ with a new study fingering them as associated with adverse health outcomes. Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson at Johns Hopkins says the message … Avoiding ultraprocessed foods is good for your health, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read M…
 
Foods that can’t be found in nature and have undergone extensive processing are known as ‘ultraprocessed,’ with a new study fingering them as associated with adverse health outcomes. Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson at Johns Hopkins says the message … Avoiding ultraprocessed foods is good for your health, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read M…
 
Foods that can’t be found in nature and have undergone extensive processing are known as ‘ultraprocessed,’ with a new study fingering them as associated with adverse health outcomes. Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson at Johns Hopkins says the message … Avoiding ultraprocessed foods is good for your health, Elizabeth Tracey reports Read M…
 
Ultraprocessed foods are getting a lot of attention these days as dietary don’ts. Now a new study looks at their role in cardiovascular disease and cancer. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, says this study … What is an ultraprocessed food and does it increase your risk for cancer? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read M…
 
Ultraprocessed foods are getting a lot of attention these days as dietary don’ts. Now a new study looks at their role in cardiovascular disease and cancer. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, says this study … What is an ultraprocessed food and does it increase your risk for cancer? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read M…
 
Ultraprocessed foods are getting a lot of attention these days as dietary don’ts. Now a new study looks at their role in cardiovascular disease and cancer. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, says this study … What is an ultraprocessed food and does it increase your risk for cancer? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read M…
 
Ultraprocessed foods are getting a lot of attention these days as dietary don’ts. Now a new study looks at their role in cardiovascular disease and cancer. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, says this study … What is an ultraprocessed food and does it increase your risk for cancer? Elizabeth Tracey reports Read M…
 
DNA found freely circulating in the blood is increasingly important clinically. Now a Johns Hopkins study has found that so-called ‘cell free DNA’ may be helpful in identifying risk for frailty and dementia in older folks. Clinician and researcher Lolita … Can DNA in the blood indicate someone’s risk for frailty and dementia? Elizabeth Tracey repor…
 
DNA found freely circulating in the blood is increasingly important clinically. Now a Johns Hopkins study has found that so-called ‘cell free DNA’ may be helpful in identifying risk for frailty and dementia in older folks. Clinician and researcher Lolita … Can DNA in the blood indicate someone’s risk for frailty and dementia? Elizabeth Tracey repor…
 
DNA found freely circulating in the blood is increasingly important clinically. Now a Johns Hopkins study has found that so-called ‘cell free DNA’ may be helpful in identifying risk for frailty and dementia in older folks. Clinician and researcher Lolita … Can DNA in the blood indicate someone’s risk for frailty and dementia? Elizabeth Tracey repor…
 
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