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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 ...
 
Join NBA Legend and the King of Twitter Rex Chapman and one of his closest friends, Actor Josh Hopkins, form the Rex Chapman Podcast. With special guests and the latest news from the NBA, hear personal stories as Rex and Josh rose to the top of their careers from humble beginnings in Lexington, KY. The Rex Chapman Show is powered by BasketballNews.com and produced by Next Chapter Podcasts.
 
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is essential to DOMinating personal and professional success. Listen to this seasonal, bi-weekly podcast as Kristen Hopkins dives deep into the need for culturally responsive SEL in urban settings and alternative environments.To learn more about Kristen Hopkins, and Dangers of the mind visit www.dangersofthemind.com to learn about the powerful work they’re doing in urban communities, visit www.BlackSEL.Org.Rate, subscribe, and share this episode with a friend!
 
I am Jason Hopkins Podcast- Dealing with addiction every day of his life this is a view of what addiction is and how to fight through this world when you have nothing at all. A student of A.A and the 4D Solution. With a love of live he enjoys business and helping others achieve happiness. Author and Creator of the official #NOLACES movement to take your inner power back. Owner of Hopkins Fitness and Incline Fitness, and Sober Workout Groups.
 
Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844–89) was an English poet, educated at Oxford. Entering the Roman Catholic Church in 1866 and the Jesuit novitiate in 1868, he was ordained in 1877. Upon becoming a Jesuit he burned much of his early verse and abandoned the writing of poetry. However, the sinking in 1875 of a German ship carrying five Franciscan nuns, exiles from Germany, inspired him to write one of his most impressive poems “The Wreck of the Deutschland.” Thereafter he produced his best poetry, in ...
 
Johns Hopkins Medicine is pleased to present its health and medicine podcast, a lively discussion of the week’s medical news and how it may affect you. This five to seven-minute free program features Elizabeth Tracey, director of electronic media for Johns Hopkins Medicine, and Rick Lange M.D., professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins and vice chairman of medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
 
DOUG HOPKINS FLIPPIN' REAL ESTATE RADIO PROGRAM Personally involved in over 15,000 real estate transactions, Doug now brings his no nonsense approach to buying, selling, investing and profiting to the radio. Learn from the best flippin' real estate agent in America and find your next home or investment property. Call now to ask Doug and the team your real estate question. The on air lines are now open (323) 577-9330.
 
This is a podcast, speaking with people from all walks of industries from SME business owners, to people working in industries telling their story. If you work in HR/Recruitment, looking for a job, or discovering what it is to start your own business, with a twist of insight, openness, honesty and a bit of fun. This is the podcast for you. All opinions in this podcast are mine and not a representation of the business.
 
Welcome to the 2012 Johns Hopkins University Foreign Affairs Symposium, entitled The Paradox of Progress: Chasing Advancement Amidst Global Crisis. The 2012 Foreign Affairs Symposium invites you to take a deeper look into this paradox of progress: admire the things we have accomplished and take a critical view of the new and ongoing problems we must face and overcome. Whether in politics, the economy, the military, or the environment, our continued quest for advancement often creates new cha ...
 
Join us on Thursdays at 2:00 pm est and 11:00 am pacific. Stay tuned for interesting new guests and topics. We have added a new show with a completely new format. It will be extremely local featuring the Willamette Valley In Oregon. The home of the great wine country, fabulous universities, unique communities and special individuals who make it all happen. So stay tuned for our new format show on Wednesday nights at 7:30 pm pacific time.
 
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Perhaps you’ve reported your own blood pressure measurements or blood sugar to your physician. So called patient reported data that is monitored by a nurse helped make cancer treatment just a little bit smoother and easier, a new study finds. Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson at Johns Hopkins explains. Nelson: It was more than […]…
 
On the latest episode of the Rex Chapman Show with Josh Hopkins, the guys are joined by Ice Cube. The legendary rapper and actor discusses the success of Big3 Basketball, now in the middle of its 5th season, while looking back on his rap career. All these years later, Cube explains the message behind his music and why he still enjoys making it to t…
 
This podcast is powered by BlackSEL.org In this episode, join Kristen as she discusses what Juneteenth is . She provides listeners with history of Juneteenth. Kristen details the holiday and why it is important to African Americans. Here’s what you can expect: 00:50: Kristen Opens Up With Introducing the Topic 01:26: Kristen Gives a Short Story On …
 
In this podcast, Maddie Whalen, Evidence-based Practice Coordinator for the Center for Nursing Inquiry, interviews Johns Hopkins Health System nurses Arron Berry, Michelle Cook, and Rowena Milburn, as they discuss their tips and tricks for nurses new to the publishing process.Johns Hopkins Medicine
 
Rates of mental health problems have reached epidemic levels during the Covid-19 pandemic. Now a new study shows that for some, use of an app rather than in person therapy provided nearly the same improvement. Eric Strain, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says this is a very practical approach. Strain: At that outpatient care level […]…
 
Dr. Phil Kantoff is the CEO and Co-Founder of Convergent Therapeutics, a clinical-stage pharmaceutical company focused on developing next-generation radiopharmaceutical therapies for prostate and other cancers. The company's proprietary technology involves dual-targeted radionuclide therapy developed by Dr. Neil Bander, Professor of Urologic Oncolo…
 
The Summer 2022 issue of Social Research, Books That Matter II, invited notable scholars to select one book that had a deep and lasting influence on their thinking and life. Joining us this episode is Dr. Wendy Doniger. Dr. Doniger is the Mircea Eliade Distinguished Service Professor of the History of Religions at the University of Chicago, Emerita…
 
In today’s podcast, we discuss Italy’s policies and development under Mario Draghi as well as just how and why the current government coalition imploded. We will then examine the possible motivations behind President Mattarella’s decision to hold elections in just two months and what Italy’s economy and foreign policy could look like under a potent…
 
Convalescent plasma, which is donated by someone who’s had Covid-19 and survived, is a much more reliable treatment for infection today than it was early in the pandemic. Arturo Casadevall, a convalescent plasma expert at Johns Hopkins, explains why. Casadevall: We lucked out in that now we can get extremely high titer plasma, something that […]…
 
Perhaps you’ve reported your own blood pressure measurements or blood sugar to your physician. So called patient reported data that is monitored by a nurse helped make cancer treatment just a little bit smoother and easier, a new study finds. Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson at Johns Hopkins explains. Nelson: It was more than […]…
 
Perhaps you’ve reported your own blood pressure measurements or blood sugar to your physician. So called patient reported data that is monitored by a nurse helped make cancer treatment just a little bit smoother and easier, a new study finds. Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson at Johns Hopkins explains. Nelson: It was more than […]…
 
Community health workers were able to improve many aspects of cancer treatment for patients, a new study has shown. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, says benefits were multiple. Nelson: It was 128 folks with cancer followed. They were randomized for usual care versus a six month intervention that was […]…
 
Community health workers were able to improve many aspects of cancer treatment for patients, a new study has shown. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, says benefits were multiple. Nelson: It was 128 folks with cancer followed. They were randomized for usual care versus a six month intervention that was […]…
 
Community health workers were able to improve many aspects of cancer treatment for patients, a new study has shown. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, says benefits were multiple. Nelson: It was 128 folks with cancer followed. They were randomized for usual care versus a six month intervention that was […]…
 
People being treated for cancer with immune checkpoint inhibitors who also took acetaminophen, or Tylenol, had worse outcomes for their cancer treatment than those who did not, a recent study found. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson says there has been a hint of this relationship before, and it may have to do […]…
 
People being treated for cancer with immune checkpoint inhibitors who also took acetaminophen, or Tylenol, had worse outcomes for their cancer treatment than those who did not, a recent study found. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson says there has been a hint of this relationship before, and it may have to do […]…
 
People being treated for cancer with immune checkpoint inhibitors who also took acetaminophen, or Tylenol, had worse outcomes for their cancer treatment than those who did not, a recent study found. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson says there has been a hint of this relationship before, and it may have to do […]…
 
Acetaminophen, or Tylenol, is taken by many to relieve fever and for aches and pains. Now a new study seems to associate use of the drug with less beneficial outcomes in people being treated for cancer. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, examines the findings. Nelson: These were people who’d […]…
 
Acetaminophen, or Tylenol, is taken by many to relieve fever and for aches and pains. Now a new study seems to associate use of the drug with less beneficial outcomes in people being treated for cancer. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, examines the findings. Nelson: These were people who’d […]…
 
Acetaminophen, or Tylenol, is taken by many to relieve fever and for aches and pains. Now a new study seems to associate use of the drug with less beneficial outcomes in people being treated for cancer. William Nelson, director of the Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, examines the findings. Nelson: These were people who’d […]…
 
A type of cancer drug known as an immune checkpoint inhibitor has produced dramatic improvements for some people with cancer. Now a new study shows they may also be linked to deaths from heart complications. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson describes the study. Nelson: A total group of about 672 folks with […]…
 
A type of cancer drug known as an immune checkpoint inhibitor has produced dramatic improvements for some people with cancer. Now a new study shows they may also be linked to deaths from heart complications. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson describes the study. Nelson: A total group of about 672 folks with […]…
 
A type of cancer drug known as an immune checkpoint inhibitor has produced dramatic improvements for some people with cancer. Now a new study shows they may also be linked to deaths from heart complications. Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center director William Nelson describes the study. Nelson: A total group of about 672 folks with […]…
 
On the latest episode of the Rex Chapman Show with Josh Hopkins, the guys are joined by Super Bowl Champion Willie Colon. After a career in the NFL, protecting Ben Roethlisberger and other QB greats, Willie made the transition to joining the media. He lets the guys in on all the fun that goes on as a radio talk show host, still keeping close tabs o…
 
In this podcast, Maddie Whalen, Evidence-based Practice Coordinator for the Center for Nursing Inquiry, interviews Johns Hopkins Health System nurses Arron Berry, Michelle Cook, and Rowena Milburn, as they discuss their tips and tricks for nurses new to the publishing process.Johns Hopkins Medicine
 
Rates of mental health problems have reached epidemic levels during the Covid-19 pandemic. Now a new study shows that for some, use of an app rather than in person therapy provided nearly the same improvement. Eric Strain, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says this is a very practical approach. Strain: At that outpatient care level […]…
 
Rates of mental health problems have reached epidemic levels during the Covid-19 pandemic. Now a new study shows that for some, use of an app rather than in person therapy provided nearly the same improvement. Eric Strain, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says this is a very practical approach. Strain: At that outpatient care level […]…
 
Rates of mental health problems have reached epidemic levels during the Covid-19 pandemic. Now a new study shows that for some, use of an app rather than in person therapy provided nearly the same improvement. Eric Strain, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says this is a very practical approach. Strain: At that outpatient care level […]…
 
Deaths due to substance use disorder are skyrocketing. Eric Strain, a substance use disorder expert at Johns Hopkins, says although it is tempting to think everyone with substance use disorder should be hospitalized, other forms of care may be more appropriate. Strain: Hospitalization should be the peak of the triangle, so very small, and then […]…
 
Deaths due to substance use disorder are skyrocketing. Eric Strain, a substance use disorder expert at Johns Hopkins, says although it is tempting to think everyone with substance use disorder should be hospitalized, other forms of care may be more appropriate. Strain: Hospitalization should be the peak of the triangle, so very small, and then […]…
 
Deaths due to substance use disorder are skyrocketing. Eric Strain, a substance use disorder expert at Johns Hopkins, says although it is tempting to think everyone with substance use disorder should be hospitalized, other forms of care may be more appropriate. Strain: Hospitalization should be the peak of the triangle, so very small, and then […]…
 
Deaths due to substance use disorder are skyrocketing. Eric Strain, a substance use disorder expert at Johns Hopkins, says although it is tempting to think everyone with substance use disorder should be hospitalized, other forms of care may be more appropriate. Strain: Hospitalization should be the peak of the triangle, so very small, and then […]…
 
Managing the full breadth of health issues in someone with substance use disorder could help reduce the likelihood of a bad outcome, especially in the 40% of people who have both mental health issues and substance abuse. Eric Strain, a substance use disorders expert at Johns Hopkins, says beginning with full primary care integration would […]…
 
Managing the full breadth of health issues in someone with substance use disorder could help reduce the likelihood of a bad outcome, especially in the 40% of people who have both mental health issues and substance abuse. Eric Strain, a substance use disorders expert at Johns Hopkins, says beginning with full primary care integration would […]…
 
Managing the full breadth of health issues in someone with substance use disorder could help reduce the likelihood of a bad outcome, especially in the 40% of people who have both mental health issues and substance abuse. Eric Strain, a substance use disorders expert at Johns Hopkins, says beginning with full primary care integration would […]…
 
Managing the full breadth of health issues in someone with substance use disorder could help reduce the likelihood of a bad outcome, especially in the 40% of people who have both mental health issues and substance abuse. Eric Strain, a substance use disorders expert at Johns Hopkins, says beginning with full primary care integration would […]…
 
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