Penn Nurses for Sexual and Reproductive Health recognizes the closure of Hahnemann as a major loss in access to reproductive health and choice in Philadelphia, and a devastating example of the priority of profit over the health of the community.
Previous Topic:autismbehaviorcardiologychildren's healthcommunitiesdiabetesdiversityenvironmental factorsepidemiologygerontologyglobal healthhealth informatics
Next Topic:hospital careHumans of Penn Nursinginfant developmentinjury sciencelong-term caremental healthmilitary and veterans' healthneonatal carenutritionobesityoncologypain managementpalliative carepatient outcomespediatricspharmacologyPhiladelphiaprenatal carepublic policyracial disparitiesreproductive healthsexual healthsleepsocial determinants of healthwomen's health
Penn Nursing is at the forefront of research to prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS. From promoting awareness in traditionally underserved communities to exploring biological risks in heterosexual women, our students and faculty are taking the lead in preventative healthcare and the mission to find a cure.