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The Link Between Diabetes, the Heart, and the Kidneys: Implications for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management in New Jersey

2024-01-18T09:44:57-05:00

By Heather O’Donnell. For the first time, the American Heart Association identified a new medical condition called cardiovascular-kidney-metabolic syndrome (CKM), which emphasizes the strong connections between cardiovascular disease [...]

The Link Between Diabetes, the Heart, and the Kidneys: Implications for Chronic Disease Prevention and Management in New Jersey2024-01-18T09:44:57-05:00

Fostering Emotional Resilience: New Jersey Nursing Emotional Well-Being Institute’s Virtual Schwartz Rounds for Nurses

2024-01-08T10:38:53-05:00

By Jennifer Polakowski, Irina B. Grafova, Jessica Anderson and Pamela B. de Cordova.   In the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare, the critical role of nurses cannot be overstated. Nurses are the heartbeat of healthcare [...]

Fostering Emotional Resilience: New Jersey Nursing Emotional Well-Being Institute’s Virtual Schwartz Rounds for Nurses2024-01-08T10:38:53-05:00

Enabling Aging in Place: A Vital Strategy for Residents of Subsidized Senior Housing

2023-12-14T09:11:21-05:00

By Ayse Akincigil, Uri Amir Koren, & Hub for Aging Collaboration The concept of "aging in place" resonates as individuals strive to maintain their residence despite evolving requirements for supportive services during the natural course of aging [...]

Enabling Aging in Place: A Vital Strategy for Residents of Subsidized Senior Housing2023-12-14T09:11:21-05:00

Emergency Department Buprenorphine Use: Where the Evidence Base Stands Today

2023-12-07T09:00:06-05:00

By, Jim Lloyd, Cadence Bowden, and Kylie Davidson. Our New Jersey State Policy Lab pilot project to examine facilitators and barriers to buprenorphine use in New Jersey’s emergency departments [...]

Emergency Department Buprenorphine Use: Where the Evidence Base Stands Today2023-12-07T09:00:06-05:00

Improving Nurses’ Well-Being – A Much Needed Intervention for the Nursing Workforce Post-COVID

2023-11-27T11:05:04-05:00

By Irina B. Grafova, Jennifer Polakowski, Jessica Anderson and Pamela B. de Cordova. The World Health Organization  recognizes burnout as a major workplace problem [...]

Improving Nurses’ Well-Being – A Much Needed Intervention for the Nursing Workforce Post-COVID2023-11-27T11:05:04-05:00

A Seamless Continuum of Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Services for Justice-Involved Individuals in New Jersey

2023-11-16T09:44:32-05:00

By James M. Davy, PhD.   Disrupting a Fragmented System The professional staff of the New Jersey Reentry Corporation and other public and nonprofit service providing agencies can attest to the problem of fragmented and uncoordinated service-delivery systems that inhibit efforts to meet the mental health and substance use needs of previously incarcerated individuals in [...]

A Seamless Continuum of Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Services for Justice-Involved Individuals in New Jersey2023-11-16T09:44:32-05:00

Aging New Jersey: Long-Term Care Challenges and Quality Ratings in Nursing Homes

2023-10-30T08:55:13-04:00

By Miyeon Song, Ph.D., Jinah Yoo (Ph.D. Student), and Seungho An, Ph.D.   The Challenges in Long-Term Care Quality New Jersey's elderly population is on the rise. According to a report from the New Jersey Department of Human Services, individuals aged 60 and older made up 23.4% (2,078,439) of the total population in 2019, marking [...]

Aging New Jersey: Long-Term Care Challenges and Quality Ratings in Nursing Homes2023-10-30T08:55:13-04:00

Initiating Buprenorphine Treatment in Emergency Departments: A Promising Strategy for Reducing Opioid Overdoses

2023-10-19T09:13:08-04:00

By Stephen Crystal and James Lloyd. As the crisis of opioid use disorder (OUD) spread throughout the United States, the health care system took action to develop new treatments and approaches to treating people with OUD. Although methadone maintenance treatment had been implemented [...]

Initiating Buprenorphine Treatment in Emergency Departments: A Promising Strategy for Reducing Opioid Overdoses2023-10-19T09:13:08-04:00
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