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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 ...
 
Hosted by Bill Curtis and quadruple board certified Dr. Steven Taback, Medicine, We’re Still Practicing sits down with doctors from the world’s most preeminent hospitals for insights into their research, practice, and education. The first in this dedicated series is Johns Hopkins Medicine, with the goal of not only to share the magnificent work being done by these hospitals and doctors, but for them to be able to use it as a high-quality educational tool and platform to share insights and re ...
 
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Deaths from drug overdoses topped 92,000 over the previous twelve months, the CDC has reported. Eric Strain, a substance use disorders expert at Johns Hopkins, says the vast majority of those deaths were due to opioids. Strain: That’s a dramatic increase over 2019 when it was about 51,000. It’s an 18,000 increase in opiate overdoses. […]…
 
Black women often experience breast cancers that are more advanced at the time of diagnosis, and may be more difficult to treat. A recent study looked for the presence of different genes among Black and white women with breast cancer to perhaps explain this. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, […]…
 
Long Covid is being used to describe continued fatigue, pain, and impaired cognition following Covid-19 infection. Peter Rowe, a ME/CFS expert at Johns Hopkins, says these two conditions may be one and the same, and there are at least two strategies that can be tried to help. Rowe: One other thing that we’ve found in […]…
 
In this next podcast, Elizabeth Scala and Holley Farley discuss high-level tips on how to put together a poster and why. Some tips include: utilizing graphs and images, requesting a template from the organizer, getting feedback from peers, and attending the CNI’s dissemination workshop. Finally, they discuss how preparing a 1-2 minute speech, givin…
 
In the third installment for our Cedars-Sinai series, hosts Dr. Steven Taback and Bill Curtis are joined by Geriatrician Dr. Sonja Rosen, where they discuss the in’s and out’s Geriatric Medicine and at home care for the elderly. The group also discusses the organization (or lack there of) of the countries medical records in regard to polypharmacy, …
 
Deaths from drug overdoses topped 92,000 over the previous twelve months, the CDC has reported. Eric Strain, a substance use disorders expert at Johns Hopkins, says the vast majority of those deaths were due to opioids. Strain: That’s a dramatic increase over 2019 when it was about 51,000. It’s an 18,000 increase in opiate overdoses. […]…
 
Deaths from drug overdoses topped 92,000 over the previous twelve months, the CDC has reported. Eric Strain, a substance use disorders expert at Johns Hopkins, says the vast majority of those deaths were due to opioids. Strain: That’s a dramatic increase over 2019 when it was about 51,000. It’s an 18,000 increase in opiate overdoses. […]…
 
Deaths from drug overdoses topped 92,000 over the previous twelve months, the CDC has reported. Eric Strain, a substance use disorders expert at Johns Hopkins, says the vast majority of those deaths were due to opioids. Strain: That’s a dramatic increase over 2019 when it was about 51,000. It’s an 18,000 increase in opiate overdoses. […]…
 
Even as Covid deaths begin to climb again nationally, the most recent data on drug overdose deaths shows a dramatic increase in the last year. Eric Strain, a substance use disorders expert at Johns Hopkins, reviews the data. Strain: The CDC does a rolling number of overdose deaths. They sent out information through December 2020, […]…
 
Even as Covid deaths begin to climb again nationally, the most recent data on drug overdose deaths shows a dramatic increase in the last year. Eric Strain, a substance use disorders expert at Johns Hopkins, reviews the data. Strain: The CDC does a rolling number of overdose deaths. They sent out information through December 2020, […]…
 
Even as Covid deaths begin to climb again nationally, the most recent data on drug overdose deaths shows a dramatic increase in the last year. Eric Strain, a substance use disorders expert at Johns Hopkins, reviews the data. Strain: The CDC does a rolling number of overdose deaths. They sent out information through December 2020, […]…
 
Even as Covid deaths begin to climb again nationally, the most recent data on drug overdose deaths shows a dramatic increase in the last year. Eric Strain, a substance use disorders expert at Johns Hopkins, reviews the data. Strain: The CDC does a rolling number of overdose deaths. They sent out information through December 2020, […]…
 
The ketogenic diet is a very high fat and very low carbohydrate diet that helps both children and adults with epilepsy control their seizures, and the diet is now celebrating its one-hundredth anniversary. Eric Kossoff, a neurologist and pediatric ketogenic diet expert at Johns Hopkins, says even then, it was known that such a strategy […]…
 
The ketogenic diet is a very high fat and very low carbohydrate diet that helps both children and adults with epilepsy control their seizures, and the diet is now celebrating its one-hundredth anniversary. Eric Kossoff, a neurologist and pediatric ketogenic diet expert at Johns Hopkins, says even then, it was known that such a strategy […]…
 
The ketogenic diet is a very high fat and very low carbohydrate diet that helps both children and adults with epilepsy control their seizures, and the diet is now celebrating its one-hundredth anniversary. Eric Kossoff, a neurologist and pediatric ketogenic diet expert at Johns Hopkins, says even then, it was known that such a strategy […]…
 
The ketogenic diet is a very high fat and very low carbohydrate diet that helps both children and adults with epilepsy control their seizures, and the diet is now celebrating its one-hundredth anniversary. Eric Kossoff, a neurologist and pediatric ketogenic diet expert at Johns Hopkins, says even then, it was known that such a strategy […]…
 
It’s the 100th anniversary of the so-called ‘ketogenic’ diet, which helps to control epilepsy in children and adults, and can even allow some of them to stop taking medications for the condition. Eric Kossoff, a neurologist and pediatric ketogenic diet expert at Johns Hopkins, describes what such a diet entails. Kossoff: The diet is a 90+ […]…
 
It’s the 100th anniversary of the so-called ‘ketogenic’ diet, which helps to control epilepsy in children and adults, and can even allow some of them to stop taking medications for the condition. Eric Kossoff, a neurologist and pediatric ketogenic diet expert at Johns Hopkins, describes what such a diet entails. Kossoff: The diet is a 90+ […]…
 
It’s the 100th anniversary of the so-called ‘ketogenic’ diet, which helps to control epilepsy in children and adults, and can even allow some of them to stop taking medications for the condition. Eric Kossoff, a neurologist and pediatric ketogenic diet expert at Johns Hopkins, describes what such a diet entails. Kossoff: The diet is a 90+ […]…
 
It’s the 100th anniversary of the so-called ‘ketogenic’ diet, which helps to control epilepsy in children and adults, and can even allow some of them to stop taking medications for the condition. Eric Kossoff, a neurologist and pediatric ketogenic diet expert at Johns Hopkins, describes what such a diet entails. Kossoff: The diet is a 90+ […]…
 
The ketogenic diet, which relies on fats and proteins as energy sources and avoids carbohydrates, actually began 100 years ago as a means to control epilepsy in both adults and children and was also used for a host of other conditions. Eric Kossoff, a neurologist at Johns Hopkins and ketogenic diet expert, says after a […]…
 
The ketogenic diet, which relies on fats and proteins as energy sources and avoids carbohydrates, actually began 100 years ago as a means to control epilepsy in both adults and children and was also used for a host of other conditions. Eric Kossoff, a neurologist at Johns Hopkins and ketogenic diet expert, says after a […]…
 
The ketogenic diet, which relies on fats and proteins as energy sources and avoids carbohydrates, actually began 100 years ago as a means to control epilepsy in both adults and children and was also used for a host of other conditions. Eric Kossoff, a neurologist at Johns Hopkins and ketogenic diet expert, says after a […]…
 
The ketogenic diet, which relies on fats and proteins as energy sources and avoids carbohydrates, actually began 100 years ago as a means to control epilepsy in both adults and children and was also used for a host of other conditions. Eric Kossoff, a neurologist at Johns Hopkins and ketogenic diet expert, says after a […]…
 
Among doctors who specialize in cancer treatment, only very few broached the subject of end of life decisions with their patients, even when an analysis of recordings of their encounters pointed toward an opportunity to do so, a recent study found. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, examines the data. […]…
 
Among doctors who specialize in cancer treatment, only very few broached the subject of end of life decisions with their patients, even when an analysis of recordings of their encounters pointed toward an opportunity to do so, a recent study found. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, examines the data. […]…
 
Among doctors who specialize in cancer treatment, only very few broached the subject of end of life decisions with their patients, even when an analysis of recordings of their encounters pointed toward an opportunity to do so, a recent study found. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, examines the data. […]…
 
Among doctors who specialize in cancer treatment, only very few broached the subject of end of life decisions with their patients, even when an analysis of recordings of their encounters pointed toward an opportunity to do so, a recent study found. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, examines the data. […]…
 
Bringing a new drug or biological agent to market is extremely expensive, a fact many manufacturer’s cite in pricing. Now a new study points to the fact that new agents are also very expensive in terms of human capital. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, explains. Nelson: They ended up […]…
 
Bringing a new drug or biological agent to market is extremely expensive, a fact many manufacturer’s cite in pricing. Now a new study points to the fact that new agents are also very expensive in terms of human capital. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, explains. Nelson: They ended up […]…
 
Bringing a new drug or biological agent to market is extremely expensive, a fact many manufacturer’s cite in pricing. Now a new study points to the fact that new agents are also very expensive in terms of human capital. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, explains. Nelson: They ended up […]…
 
Clinical trial results are required by federal law to be posted within two years of a trial’s conclusion, with data available on a website called ClinicalTrials.gov. A recent study looked at how often researchers are complying. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, says that number is just over half. Nelson: […]…
 
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