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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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When someone has the skin cancer melanoma, a lymph node nearby, called a sentinel node, is frequently assessed to see if the cancer has spread. If cancer is found there also removal of all the lymph nodes in the area is frequently done. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, applauds […]…
 
In this podcast, we begin a series about the Johns Hopkins Evidence-Based Practice Tools. Nursing Inquiry Coordinator, Nadine Rosenblum, and Evidence-based Practice Coordinator, Madeleine Whalen, begin by discussing Appendix A – the PET Process. They cover the importance of project planning and evidence review before getting too far into the EPB pr…
 
When someone has the skin cancer melanoma, a lymph node nearby, called a sentinel node, is frequently assessed to see if the cancer has spread. If cancer is found there also removal of all the lymph nodes in the area is frequently done. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, applauds […]…
 
When someone has the skin cancer melanoma, a lymph node nearby, called a sentinel node, is frequently assessed to see if the cancer has spread. If cancer is found there also removal of all the lymph nodes in the area is frequently done. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, applauds […]…
 
When someone has the skin cancer melanoma, a lymph node nearby, called a sentinel node, is frequently assessed to see if the cancer has spread. If cancer is found there also removal of all the lymph nodes in the area is frequently done. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, applauds […]…
 
People with Parkinson’s disease often lose voice volume, making it difficult to communicate with others. Alex Pantelyat, director of the Center for Music and Medicine at Johns Hopkins, says one recent study at the center has demonstrated the benefits of singing to help. Pantelyat: What we tried to do for the Parkinsonic study was to […]…
 
People with Parkinson’s disease often lose voice volume, making it difficult to communicate with others. Alex Pantelyat, director of the Center for Music and Medicine at Johns Hopkins, says one recent study at the center has demonstrated the benefits of singing to help. Pantelyat: What we tried to do for the Parkinsonic study was to […]…
 
People with Parkinson’s disease often lose voice volume, making it difficult to communicate with others. Alex Pantelyat, director of the Center for Music and Medicine at Johns Hopkins, says one recent study at the center has demonstrated the benefits of singing to help. Pantelyat: What we tried to do for the Parkinsonic study was to […]…
 
People with Parkinson’s disease often lose voice volume, making it difficult to communicate with others. Alex Pantelyat, director of the Center for Music and Medicine at Johns Hopkins, says one recent study at the center has demonstrated the benefits of singing to help. Pantelyat: What we tried to do for the Parkinsonic study was to […]…
 
People with Parkinson’s disease often have difficulty walking. Now a new study undertaken in the Center for Music and Medicine at Johns Hopkins aims to use music to help improve walking ability. Alex Pantelyat, a neurologist and study director, says it looks like music really helps. Pantelyat: The results are not yet published but I’m […]…
 
People with Parkinson’s disease often have difficulty walking. Now a new study undertaken in the Center for Music and Medicine at Johns Hopkins aims to use music to help improve walking ability. Alex Pantelyat, a neurologist and study director, says it looks like music really helps. Pantelyat: The results are not yet published but I’m […]…
 
People with Parkinson’s disease often have difficulty walking. Now a new study undertaken in the Center for Music and Medicine at Johns Hopkins aims to use music to help improve walking ability. Alex Pantelyat, a neurologist and study director, says it looks like music really helps. Pantelyat: The results are not yet published but I’m […]…
 
People with Parkinson’s disease often have difficulty walking. Now a new study undertaken in the Center for Music and Medicine at Johns Hopkins aims to use music to help improve walking ability. Alex Pantelyat, a neurologist and study director, says it looks like music really helps. Pantelyat: The results are not yet published but I’m […]…
 
Music helps people with Alzheimer disease with some of the manifestations of the condition such as memory difficulties or anxiety. Now a Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine study led by Alex Pantelyat aims to identify exact characteristics of music individually selected by patients that helps. Pantelyat: We take the very top song that […]…
 
Music helps people with Alzheimer disease with some of the manifestations of the condition such as memory difficulties or anxiety. Now a Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine study led by Alex Pantelyat aims to identify exact characteristics of music individually selected by patients that helps. Pantelyat: We take the very top song that […]…
 
Music helps people with Alzheimer disease with some of the manifestations of the condition such as memory difficulties or anxiety. Now a Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine study led by Alex Pantelyat aims to identify exact characteristics of music individually selected by patients that helps. Pantelyat: We take the very top song that […]…
 
Music helps people with Alzheimer disease with some of the manifestations of the condition such as memory difficulties or anxiety. Now a Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine study led by Alex Pantelyat aims to identify exact characteristics of music individually selected by patients that helps. Pantelyat: We take the very top song that […]…
 
Most people have memories associated with music, and such associations may be helpful in delaying worsening or even improving memory function in people with Alzheimer’s disease. That’s the hope of Alex Pantelyat, a neurologist and director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine. Pantelyat: We are exposing people to eight weeks of twice …
 
Most people have memories associated with music, and such associations may be helpful in delaying worsening or even improving memory function in people with Alzheimer’s disease. That’s the hope of Alex Pantelyat, a neurologist and director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine. Pantelyat: We are exposing people to eight weeks of twice …
 
Most people have memories associated with music, and such associations may be helpful in delaying worsening or even improving memory function in people with Alzheimer’s disease. That’s the hope of Alex Pantelyat, a neurologist and director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine. Pantelyat: We are exposing people to eight weeks of twice …
 
Most people have memories associated with music, and such associations may be helpful in delaying worsening or even improving memory function in people with Alzheimer’s disease. That’s the hope of Alex Pantelyat, a neurologist and director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine. Pantelyat: We are exposing people to eight weeks of twice …
 
Individually prescribed music may become part of your treatment if you have a disorder like Parkinson’s disease or a host of other conditions. The therapy is underway at the Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine, directed by neurologist Alex Pantelyat. Pantelyat: From a cultural standpoint, if somebody is raised in a Western country, some […]…
 
Individually prescribed music may become part of your treatment if you have a disorder like Parkinson’s disease or a host of other conditions. The therapy is underway at the Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine, directed by neurologist Alex Pantelyat. Pantelyat: From a cultural standpoint, if somebody is raised in a Western country, some […]…
 
Individually prescribed music may become part of your treatment if you have a disorder like Parkinson’s disease or a host of other conditions. The therapy is underway at the Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine, directed by neurologist Alex Pantelyat. Pantelyat: From a cultural standpoint, if somebody is raised in a Western country, some […]…
 
Individually prescribed music may become part of your treatment if you have a disorder like Parkinson’s disease or a host of other conditions. The therapy is underway at the Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine, directed by neurologist Alex Pantelyat. Pantelyat: From a cultural standpoint, if somebody is raised in a Western country, some […]…
 
Strategies to help people with movement disorders like Parkinson’s disease abound, and now individually prescribed music has been added to the mix. Alex Pantelyat, a neurologist and director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine, explains. Pantelyat: What we’ve started doing, through the Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine, is …
 
Strategies to help people with movement disorders like Parkinson’s disease abound, and now individually prescribed music has been added to the mix. Alex Pantelyat, a neurologist and director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine, explains. Pantelyat: What we’ve started doing, through the Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine, is …
 
Strategies to help people with movement disorders like Parkinson’s disease abound, and now individually prescribed music has been added to the mix. Alex Pantelyat, a neurologist and director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine, explains. Pantelyat: What we’ve started doing, through the Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine, is …
 
Strategies to help people with movement disorders like Parkinson’s disease abound, and now individually prescribed music has been added to the mix. Alex Pantelyat, a neurologist and director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine, explains. Pantelyat: What we’ve started doing, through the Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine, is …
 
Bariatric surgery is used mostly to treat obesity in adults, and has the added benefit of reversing type 2 diabetes in many of them. In view of the increasing number of children who are developing type 2 diabetes along with severe consequences, should this surgery be employed in this group also? Sheela Magge, a pediatric […]…
 
Bariatric surgery is used mostly to treat obesity in adults, and has the added benefit of reversing type 2 diabetes in many of them. In view of the increasing number of children who are developing type 2 diabetes along with severe consequences, should this surgery be employed in this group also? Sheela Magge, a pediatric […]…
 
Bariatric surgery is used mostly to treat obesity in adults, and has the added benefit of reversing type 2 diabetes in many of them. In view of the increasing number of children who are developing type 2 diabetes along with severe consequences, should this surgery be employed in this group also? Sheela Magge, a pediatric […]…
 
Bariatric surgery is used mostly to treat obesity in adults, and has the added benefit of reversing type 2 diabetes in many of them. In view of the increasing number of children who are developing type 2 diabetes along with severe consequences, should this surgery be employed in this group also? Sheela Magge, a pediatric […]…
 
More kids than ever before are being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, research by pediatric endocrinology expert Sheela Magge at Johns Hopkins and colleagues has shown. This 77% rise during the pandemic may result in severe consequences for these children, and Magge says intervention must start at the very beginning. Magge: The number one thing […]…
 
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