JOHNS HOPKINS SCHOOL OF NURSING RECEIVES GRANT FROM NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH TO LAUNCH ITS NEW RESEARCH CENTER
Research centers are far more needed to accomplish greater developments in the field of medicine.
In an article, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is launching its new Center for Chronic Disease Management and Research from a grant they received in the National Institutes of Health.
The center will advance science in supporting patients with multiple chronic conditions and provide an opportunity for researchers driving culture change and developing sustainable health care initiatives through innovative research design.
The new PROMOTE (Promoting Resilience in Persons with Multiple Chronic Conditions) Center will focus on three founding pillars:
- Managing multiple chronic conditions;
- Studying social determinants of health; and
- Providing community-driven care.
?With two out of three adults in the US experiencing multiple chronic conditions, the need for relevant research and scalable programs is urgent. Our center takes a holistic view of the person, their environment, and their goals. The center will prepare clinician-researchers to design compelling solutions that are relevant to the home, family, social, and financial ecosystems that people live in. We want to change the question from ?what is the matter?? to ?what matters most? to the patient.?, said Sarah L. Szanton, PhD, ANP, FAAN, center director and JHSON endowed professor for health equity and social justice.
Erudite Nursing Institute? is glad with Johns Hopkins School of Nursing?s launching with its new Center for Chronic Disease Management and Research to heavily emphasize health resilience increasing individuals? ability to overcome a health challenge.
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