Building Community Connections Through Participatory Research at Local Laundromats
Roxanne Mirabal-Beltran, PhD, RN, assistant professor of professional nursing practice, has tapped the Latine community in DC for ideas on a project assessing the impact of distributing health information in laundromats.
September 23, 2022
Lack of Diversity of Microorganisms in the Gut or Elevated Metabolite Implicated in Heart Failure Severity
Some people who experience heart failure have less biodiversity in their gut or have elevated gut metabolites, both of which are associated with more hospital visits and greater risk of death, according to a systematic review of research findings led by Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies researchers and colleagues.
June 20, 2022
Anderson Completes Fulbright Work in Czech Republic
Kelley M. Anderson, PhD, FNP, CHFN-K, associate professor of professional nursing practice, shared her experiences during her service as a Fulbright Specialist that provided the opportunity to share her expertise through a project developed by the Univerzita Pardubice in the Czech Republic.
May 2, 2022