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Social Genomics and Social Justice

Episode Summary: Hosts Dr. Sarah Szanton and Dr. Deidra Crews kick off Aging Fast & Slow with guest Dr. Elissa Epel, professor of psychiatry at UCSF. Dr. Epel’s research seeks to understand the root of health disparities, and the role of chronic stress within aging. Together they unpack her recent work which reveals how the impact of systemic oppression is transmitted intergenerationally. Podcast References: Sign up:UCSF’s Aging, Metabolism, & Emotional Research newsletter Publications: Accelerated telomere shortening in response to life stress Racial discrimination and telomere shortening among African Americans: The Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) Study Can Childhood Adversity Affect Telomeres of the Next Generation? Possible Mechanisms, Implications, and Next-Generation Research More than a feeling: A unified view of stress measurement for population science. Continue the Conversation: Twitter: @agingcenter agingcenter@jhu.edu AgingFast & Slow Episode ...

15 MIN1 w ago
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Social Genomics and Social Justice

Nursing Workarounds

Nursing workarounds, resource scarcity, gun violence, and home care are the topics of this month’s podcast with Dean Patricia Davidson.

9 MIN3 w ago
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Nursing Workarounds

Welcome to Aging Fast & Slow

Some people age faster than others, but why? Our podcast hosts Dr. Sarah Szanton, a nurse practitioner with a research degree, and Dr. Deidra Crews, a nephrologist, will seek to answer this question. They will talk to scientists, policy experts, and innovators to better understand aging across the life course, and also differences in aging – due to societal structures, community factors, and even our own cells. Learn More: https://nursing.jhu.edu/agingfastandslow

1 MIN3 w ago
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Welcome to Aging Fast & Slow

Dean Podcast on Health Care Suicides

“I think this is just part of the story of stressful work environments for all health care professionals. We know that the spotlight has been on physicians and dentists previously. Now, there’s increasing investigation with nurses.”—Dean Patricia Davidson in her latest podcast. Program Notes: 0:19 Rate of suicide increasing 1:20 How are current events now impacting? 2:20 Hard to process 3:20 Kinder work environment 4:22 Level of depression 5:21 Recognizing the problem 6:16 Building resilience 7:20 Healthy work environments 8;00 Nurses in the media 9:05 For health care journalists 9:24 End Listen to the podcast below. Learn more: A new study reveals that nurses face a higher risk for suicide than the general population. Cynda Rushton, PhD, RN, FAAN, weighs in Dean Patricia Davidson on health care suicides Nursing ethics at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing More podcasts ABOUT THE AUTHOR: DANIELLE KRESS Danielle is Senior Public Relations Manager at the Johns Hopkins School of N...

9 MIN2019 JUL 29
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Dean Podcast on Health Care Suicides

Dean Podcast on Stroke and Smoking

“We know that nicotine is not good for the body. It really breaks my heart to think that advances can be eroded by people’s pure motivation for profit,” says Patricia Davidson, dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, in her latest podcast. She comments on the link between business and health, particularly as it relates to cigarettes, and how nurses must educate against advertisements that endorse toxic behaviors. She also discusses the sudden death of famous actor Luke Perry due to stroke, and what people can learn about risk factors, monitoring, and prevention. Listen below. Program Notes: 0:30 Sudden death of Luke Perry 1:35 Health messaging 2:35 What are the limits of detection? 3:35 Advertisement warning about nicotine 4:35 Effective advertising 5:35 Conveying the idea that vaping is safe 6:34 Difference between primary prevention and secondary prevention 7:30 Should not normalize this behavior 8:50 End Listen to other podcasts.

8 MIN2019 APR 4
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Dean Podcast on Stroke and Smoking

On Pi Day, Nursing Meets Engineering

Pi Day. March 14 (or 3.14). It’s the annual celebration of all things science, technology, engineering, and math, and all the ways we use STEM. On this Pi Day, the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing decided to showcase the places where nursing and engineering intersect, and all that our interprofessional relationship can do to improve patient care. Listen as assistant professor Kelly Gleason, PhD, RN, Katie Henry, a computer engineering PhD student in the Whiting School of Engineering, and Jill Slattery, a MSN (Entry Into Nursing) student with a background in business, discuss the topic. 4.53 What exciting engineering concepts (like artificial intelligence or machine learning) already exist today? 9:15 What could we be using as nurses that we are not using, that are being used in other fields? How can we use these in nursing? This is the first in a two-part discussion of the interprofessional nursing and engineering relationship at Johns Hopkins. https://magazine.nursing.jhu.edu/wp-co...

18 MIN2019 MAR 15
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On Pi Day, Nursing Meets Engineering

Dean Podcast on Domestic Violence, Vaccination, and Online Education

In her latest podcast, Dean Patricia Davidson, PhD, MEd, RN, FAAN, discusses domestic violence, warning signs, and the importance of prevention and education. She also covers the topics of vaccination and the shift to online learning environments in an era of artificial intelligence. Program notes: 0:15 Definition of domestic violence 1:15 Rates of homicide 2:15 Majority directed towards women but others abused 3:15 Abuse happens in many ways 4:16 What some of these definitions should be 4:48 Vaccination 5:48 Prevention effort 6:45 Remembering diseases of the past 7:45 Antivaccers are only part of the issue 8:46 Communicating in online environment 9:40 End

9 MIN2019 FEB 25
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Dean Podcast on Domestic Violence, Vaccination, and Online Education

Dean Podcast on Social Determinants of Health

Why does the affliction of serious illness have to be the affliction of poverty? In her latest podcast, Dean Patricia Davidson, PhD, MEd, RN, FAAN, discusses this question along with social determinants of health and equitable mechanisms of financing health care in the future. She also chats with host Elizabeth Tracey about gun violence and nursing’s responsibility in addressing it. Listen to other podcasts Read the Health Equity blog series

9 MIN2019 FEB 13
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Dean Podcast on Social Determinants of Health

Dean Podcast on Artificial Intelligence in Health Care

What if artificial intelligence and machine learning tools could capture patient data like proximity to a drug store, level of insurance, or even one’s psycho-social state? Dean Patricia Davidson, PhD, MEd, RN, FAAN, poses this question in her latest podcast on how nurses will be pivotal in leading health care technology changes in the 21st century. Looking at it from the patterns of illness and disease, the possibilities are intriguing and critically important. She also addresses social determinants of health, the 130th anniversary of Hopkins Nursing, and the impact of modern science on dietary habits. Use the player below to listen. More podcasts Diverse Perspectives, Innovative Solutions Imposing work requirements for Medicaid eligibility is bad policy. Here’s why.

7 MIN2018 OCT 23
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Dean Podcast on Artificial Intelligence in Health Care

Dean Podcast on Aging and Isolation

Lack of social support and economic resources can lead to greater experiences of loneliness and isolation among older adults. Dean Patricia Davidson, PhD, MEd, RN, FAAN, adds that compounding isolation with existing health conditions can make it difficult for self-management and patient recovery. In her latest podcast, she discusses nursing interventions and the importance of providing peer support and motivating environments. Listen below, and check out additional podcasts. Program Notes: 0:30 Aging is isolating 1:32 Conditions worsen with age 2:31 Benefits of peer support 3:31 Insight from shared experience 4:00 Motivators to self-management 5:31 Dangers of hospitals among older people 6:32 Greater risk of infections 7:32 Addressing actual patient concerns 8:32 Biological changes related to loneliness 8:58 End

8 MIN2018 AUG 22
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Dean Podcast on Aging and Isolation
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Latest Episodes

Social Genomics and Social Justice

Episode Summary: Hosts Dr. Sarah Szanton and Dr. Deidra Crews kick off Aging Fast & Slow with guest Dr. Elissa Epel, professor of psychiatry at UCSF. Dr. Epel’s research seeks to understand the root of health disparities, and the role of chronic stress within aging. Together they unpack her recent work which reveals how the impact of systemic oppression is transmitted intergenerationally. Podcast References: Sign up:UCSF’s Aging, Metabolism, & Emotional Research newsletter Publications: Accelerated telomere shortening in response to life stress Racial discrimination and telomere shortening among African Americans: The Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) Study Can Childhood Adversity Affect Telomeres of the Next Generation? Possible Mechanisms, Implications, and Next-Generation Research More than a feeling: A unified view of stress measurement for population science. Continue the Conversation: Twitter: @agingcenter agingcenter@jhu.edu AgingFast & Slow Episode ...

15 MIN1 w ago
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Social Genomics and Social Justice

Nursing Workarounds

Nursing workarounds, resource scarcity, gun violence, and home care are the topics of this month’s podcast with Dean Patricia Davidson.

9 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Nursing Workarounds

Welcome to Aging Fast & Slow

Some people age faster than others, but why? Our podcast hosts Dr. Sarah Szanton, a nurse practitioner with a research degree, and Dr. Deidra Crews, a nephrologist, will seek to answer this question. They will talk to scientists, policy experts, and innovators to better understand aging across the life course, and also differences in aging – due to societal structures, community factors, and even our own cells. Learn More: https://nursing.jhu.edu/agingfastandslow

1 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Welcome to Aging Fast & Slow

Dean Podcast on Health Care Suicides

“I think this is just part of the story of stressful work environments for all health care professionals. We know that the spotlight has been on physicians and dentists previously. Now, there’s increasing investigation with nurses.”—Dean Patricia Davidson in her latest podcast. Program Notes: 0:19 Rate of suicide increasing 1:20 How are current events now impacting? 2:20 Hard to process 3:20 Kinder work environment 4:22 Level of depression 5:21 Recognizing the problem 6:16 Building resilience 7:20 Healthy work environments 8;00 Nurses in the media 9:05 For health care journalists 9:24 End Listen to the podcast below. Learn more: A new study reveals that nurses face a higher risk for suicide than the general population. Cynda Rushton, PhD, RN, FAAN, weighs in Dean Patricia Davidson on health care suicides Nursing ethics at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing More podcasts ABOUT THE AUTHOR: DANIELLE KRESS Danielle is Senior Public Relations Manager at the Johns Hopkins School of N...

9 MIN2019 JUL 29
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Dean Podcast on Health Care Suicides

Dean Podcast on Stroke and Smoking

“We know that nicotine is not good for the body. It really breaks my heart to think that advances can be eroded by people’s pure motivation for profit,” says Patricia Davidson, dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, in her latest podcast. She comments on the link between business and health, particularly as it relates to cigarettes, and how nurses must educate against advertisements that endorse toxic behaviors. She also discusses the sudden death of famous actor Luke Perry due to stroke, and what people can learn about risk factors, monitoring, and prevention. Listen below. Program Notes: 0:30 Sudden death of Luke Perry 1:35 Health messaging 2:35 What are the limits of detection? 3:35 Advertisement warning about nicotine 4:35 Effective advertising 5:35 Conveying the idea that vaping is safe 6:34 Difference between primary prevention and secondary prevention 7:30 Should not normalize this behavior 8:50 End Listen to other podcasts.

8 MIN2019 APR 4
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Dean Podcast on Stroke and Smoking

On Pi Day, Nursing Meets Engineering

Pi Day. March 14 (or 3.14). It’s the annual celebration of all things science, technology, engineering, and math, and all the ways we use STEM. On this Pi Day, the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing decided to showcase the places where nursing and engineering intersect, and all that our interprofessional relationship can do to improve patient care. Listen as assistant professor Kelly Gleason, PhD, RN, Katie Henry, a computer engineering PhD student in the Whiting School of Engineering, and Jill Slattery, a MSN (Entry Into Nursing) student with a background in business, discuss the topic. 4.53 What exciting engineering concepts (like artificial intelligence or machine learning) already exist today? 9:15 What could we be using as nurses that we are not using, that are being used in other fields? How can we use these in nursing? This is the first in a two-part discussion of the interprofessional nursing and engineering relationship at Johns Hopkins. https://magazine.nursing.jhu.edu/wp-co...

18 MIN2019 MAR 15
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On Pi Day, Nursing Meets Engineering

Dean Podcast on Domestic Violence, Vaccination, and Online Education

In her latest podcast, Dean Patricia Davidson, PhD, MEd, RN, FAAN, discusses domestic violence, warning signs, and the importance of prevention and education. She also covers the topics of vaccination and the shift to online learning environments in an era of artificial intelligence. Program notes: 0:15 Definition of domestic violence 1:15 Rates of homicide 2:15 Majority directed towards women but others abused 3:15 Abuse happens in many ways 4:16 What some of these definitions should be 4:48 Vaccination 5:48 Prevention effort 6:45 Remembering diseases of the past 7:45 Antivaccers are only part of the issue 8:46 Communicating in online environment 9:40 End

9 MIN2019 FEB 25
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Dean Podcast on Domestic Violence, Vaccination, and Online Education

Dean Podcast on Social Determinants of Health

Why does the affliction of serious illness have to be the affliction of poverty? In her latest podcast, Dean Patricia Davidson, PhD, MEd, RN, FAAN, discusses this question along with social determinants of health and equitable mechanisms of financing health care in the future. She also chats with host Elizabeth Tracey about gun violence and nursing’s responsibility in addressing it. Listen to other podcasts Read the Health Equity blog series

9 MIN2019 FEB 13
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Dean Podcast on Social Determinants of Health

Dean Podcast on Artificial Intelligence in Health Care

What if artificial intelligence and machine learning tools could capture patient data like proximity to a drug store, level of insurance, or even one’s psycho-social state? Dean Patricia Davidson, PhD, MEd, RN, FAAN, poses this question in her latest podcast on how nurses will be pivotal in leading health care technology changes in the 21st century. Looking at it from the patterns of illness and disease, the possibilities are intriguing and critically important. She also addresses social determinants of health, the 130th anniversary of Hopkins Nursing, and the impact of modern science on dietary habits. Use the player below to listen. More podcasts Diverse Perspectives, Innovative Solutions Imposing work requirements for Medicaid eligibility is bad policy. Here’s why.

7 MIN2018 OCT 23
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Dean Podcast on Artificial Intelligence in Health Care

Dean Podcast on Aging and Isolation

Lack of social support and economic resources can lead to greater experiences of loneliness and isolation among older adults. Dean Patricia Davidson, PhD, MEd, RN, FAAN, adds that compounding isolation with existing health conditions can make it difficult for self-management and patient recovery. In her latest podcast, she discusses nursing interventions and the importance of providing peer support and motivating environments. Listen below, and check out additional podcasts. Program Notes: 0:30 Aging is isolating 1:32 Conditions worsen with age 2:31 Benefits of peer support 3:31 Insight from shared experience 4:00 Motivators to self-management 5:31 Dangers of hospitals among older people 6:32 Greater risk of infections 7:32 Addressing actual patient concerns 8:32 Biological changes related to loneliness 8:58 End

8 MIN2018 AUG 22
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Dean Podcast on Aging and Isolation
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