A Lung Cancer Patient With Respiratory Insufficiency and Hemodynamic Instability.
An overview of hypertension among Filipino Americans: Implications for research, practice, and health policy
Assessment and Management of Cancer- and Cancer Treatment–Related Cognitive Impairment
Ceremonial ‘Plant Medicine’ use and its relationship to recreational drug use: an exploratory study
Cultural competence and psychological empowerment among acute care nurses
Healthcare professionals' perceptions of neglect of older people in Mexico: A qualitative secondary analysis.
To describe healthcare professionals' perceptions of neglect of older people in Mexico.
Joint Influence of SNPs and DNA Methylation on Lipids in African Americans From Hypertensive Sibships.
Plasma concentrations of lipids (i.e., total cholesterol, high-density cholesterol, low-density cholesterol, and triglycerides) are amenable to therapeutic intervention and remain important factors for assessing risk of cardiovascular diseases. Some of the observed variability in serum lipid concentrations has been associated with genetic and epigenetic variants among cohorts with European ancestry (EA). Serum lipid levels have also been associated with genetic variants in multiethnic populations.
Nursing genetics and genomics: The International Society of Nurses in Genetics (ISONG) survey.
The International Society of Nursing in Genetics (ISONG) fosters scientific and professional development in the discovery, interpretation, and application of genomic information in nursing research, education, and clinical practice.
Parenting stress and DNA methylation among African Americans in the InterGEN Study
Perceived Racial Discrimination and DNA Methylation Among African American Women in the InterGEN Study.
Experiences of racial discrimination have been associated with poor health outcomes. Little is known, however, about how perceived racial discrimination influences DNA methylation (DNAm) among African Americans (AAs). We examined the association of experiences of discrimination with DNAm among AA women in the Intergenerational Impact of Genetic and Psychological Factors on Blood Pressure (InterGEN) study.
Place of Residence and Cognitive Function among the Adult Population in India.
The place of residence has been linked to cognitive function among adults in developed countries. This study examined how urban and rural residence was associated with cognitive function among adults in India.
Point of care ultrasonography in emergency and critical care medicine
Recent Trends in Baccalaureate-Prepared Registered Nurses in U.S. Acute Care Hospital Units, 2004-2013: A Longitudinal Study.
To examine the trends in baccalaureate (bachelor of science in nursing)-prepared registered nurses (BSN RNs) in U.S. acute care hospital units and to project the growth in the number of BSN RNs by 2020.