Based in Puerto Rico, the Cuídalos project proved the usefulness of a web-based educational module, which aimed to promote communication between parents and their adolescent children on topics related to their sexuality so that they can make good decisions.
Bates Center Director Dr. Patricia D’Antonio’s post, “Obamacare: A scholar’s tale,” was featured onPhilly.com’s ‘The Public’s Health’ blog. D’Antonio’s blog discuss her new book Nursing with a Message: Public Health Demonstrations Projects in New York City and how it relates to the current discussion to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Health starts long before illness - in our homes, schools, and jobs - and these “social determinants of health “account for approximately 75% of health outcomes. It is essential that our students and workforce are prepared to address these determinants.
The Office of Nursing Research is proud to present Lisa M. Lewis, PhD, RN, FAAN, Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusivity and Associate Professor of Nursing and Africana Studies, as she presents on the topic of the integration of genomics into research.