Ethan Cicero, PhD '18; Susan Silva, associate professor; and Janice Humphreys, professor; recently published an article entitled "Health Care Experiences of Transgender Adults: An Integrated Mixed Research Literature Review" in Advances in Nursing Science.
Elizabeth Reeves, PhD '18; Susan Silva, associate professor; and Janice Humphreys, professor; recently published an article entitled "Trauma-related symptoms and severity among women in the Pacific Rim" in Health Care for Women International.
Irene Felsman, assistant professor; and Janice Humphreys, professor; recently published an article entitled "Measuring Distress Levels of Refugee Women to Enhance Community-Based Psycho-social Interventions" in Issues in Mental Health Nursing. Rebecca Kronk, of Duquesne University School of Nursing, was co-author of this article.
Brittney Van de Water, PhD '17; Susan Silva, associate professor and Janice Humphreys, professor recently published an article entitled "Provision of guideline-based care for drug-resistant tuberculosis in South Africa: Level of concordance between prescribing practices and guidelines" in PLOS One.
Janice Humphreys, Michael Relf, Christina Hendrix and Brigit Carter will present "Holistic Admissions: What It Is and What's the Evidence" on Tuesday, Oct. 30 from 12 until 1 p.m. in Pearson 1026 as part of the Fall 2018 Teaching Conversations Series.
The Fall 2018 Teaching Conversations Series are sponsored by Duke University School of Nursing Institute for Educational Excellence and Duke University Health System Clinical Education and Professional Development.
PhD alumna Elizabeth Reeves and faculty member Janice Humphreys recently published an article entitled "Describing the healthcare experiences and strategies of women survivors of violence" in the Journal of Clinical Nursing.
Aim and Objective: The purpose of this study was to develop knowledge on women survivors' healthcare experiences and strategies.
Janice Humphreys and team submitted their Duke Bass Connections application entitled "Violence Exposure and Sickness." This proposal requests funding for a one-year period with a start date of July 1, 2014. The purpose of this project is to explore over time the relationship between lifetime exposure to intimate partner violence in a sample of community-based women in order to better understand the mechanisms of actions that ultimately affect their health.
Duke’s health professions schools, including the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, and Physician Assistant and Physical Therapy programs, have partnered to launch a new academy to develop an inter-professional community of educators at Duke.