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The Center for Nursing Inquiry oversees the scholarly work of nurses in the Johns Hopkins Health System. Our goal is to build the capacity for nurses to participate in the three forms of inquiry: research, evidence-based practice (EBP), and quality improvement (QI). At the Center for Nursing Inquiry, we offer a variety of educational resources and expert guidance to help nurses engage in meaningful, high-quality scholarly work. We are dedicated to advancing the science of nursing. Stay conne ...
 
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First responders and frontline workers have largely soldiered on during these last two years as covid continues to morph. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says when that pressure it released there could be a big impact. Swartz: My concern is, as we finally emerge from the Covid infectious disease disaster that for the […]…
 
Identifying good things in your life, using your strengths in new ways, and practicing gratitude all help people improve resilience, studies find. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says results were seen with very modest effort on the part of study participants. Swartz: Interestingly in this study they did these simple positive psychol…
 
First responders and frontline workers have largely soldiered on during these last two years as covid continues to morph. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says when that pressure it released there could be a big impact. Swartz: My concern is, as we finally emerge from the Covid infectious disease disaster that for the […]…
 
First responders and frontline workers have largely soldiered on during these last two years as covid continues to morph. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says when that pressure it released there could be a big impact. Swartz: My concern is, as we finally emerge from the Covid infectious disease disaster that for the […]…
 
One in three adults is reporting mental health problems as the pandemic continues, the most recent CDC data indicate. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says anxiety is extremely common, and depression is hard on its heels. Swartz: With depression they’ll describe feeling much more negative about themselves and about the future. They al…
 
One in three adults is reporting mental health problems as the pandemic continues, the most recent CDC data indicate. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says anxiety is extremely common, and depression is hard on its heels. Swartz: With depression they’ll describe feeling much more negative about themselves and about the future. They al…
 
One in three adults is reporting mental health problems as the pandemic continues, the most recent CDC data indicate. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says anxiety is extremely common, and depression is hard on its heels. Swartz: With depression they’ll describe feeling much more negative about themselves and about the future. They al…
 
How can you tell if you or someone you love is developing anxiety as a result of the pandemic? Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, describes the most common characteristics. Swartz: With anxiety, an individual has a level of distress that often interferes with functioning. They have ongoing tension, and have negative thoughts that […]…
 
How can you tell if you or someone you love is developing anxiety as a result of the pandemic? Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, describes the most common characteristics. Swartz: With anxiety, an individual has a level of distress that often interferes with functioning. They have ongoing tension, and have negative thoughts that […]…
 
How can you tell if you or someone you love is developing anxiety as a result of the pandemic? Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, describes the most common characteristics. Swartz: With anxiety, an individual has a level of distress that often interferes with functioning. They have ongoing tension, and have negative thoughts that […]…
 
You’ve seen them- the people who continue going about their daily business, cheerfully unfazed by the omicron craziness. Then there are others, furtively visiting the grocery store at 4am to reduce their risk of infection. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says she’s observed almost everyone falling into one of three groups. Swartz: I …
 
You’ve seen them- the people who continue going about their daily business, cheerfully unfazed by the omicron craziness. Then there are others, furtively visiting the grocery store at 4am to reduce their risk of infection. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says she’s observed almost everyone falling into one of three groups. Swartz: I …
 
You’ve seen them- the people who continue going about their daily business, cheerfully unfazed by the omicron craziness. Then there are others, furtively visiting the grocery store at 4am to reduce their risk of infection. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says she’s observed almost everyone falling into one of three groups. Swartz: I …
 
The beat just seems to go on and on with Covid and the Omicron spike. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says what we all need is a dose of resilience, and oh so fortunately, we can help ourselves develop this quality by practicing gratitude and other strategies. Swartz: Another very effective practice for […]…
 
The beat just seems to go on and on with Covid and the Omicron spike. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says what we all need is a dose of resilience, and oh so fortunately, we can help ourselves develop this quality by practicing gratitude and other strategies. Swartz: Another very effective practice for […]…
 
The beat just seems to go on and on with Covid and the Omicron spike. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says what we all need is a dose of resilience, and oh so fortunately, we can help ourselves develop this quality by practicing gratitude and other strategies. Swartz: Another very effective practice for […]…
 
Identifying good things in your life, using your strengths in new ways, and practicing gratitude all help people improve resilience, studies find. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says results were seen with very modest effort on the part of study participants. Swartz: Interestingly in this study they did these simple positive psychol…
 
Identifying good things in your life, using your strengths in new ways, and practicing gratitude all help people improve resilience, studies find. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says results were seen with very modest effort on the part of study participants. Swartz: Interestingly in this study they did these simple positive psychol…
 
Identifying good things in your life, using your strengths in new ways, and practicing gratitude all help people improve resilience, studies find. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says results were seen with very modest effort on the part of study participants. Swartz: Interestingly in this study they did these simple positive psychol…
 
Resilience. Many of us want more of it, especially now as the pandemic continues to rage and stability seems far away. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says you can build your own resilience muscle by engaging in simple practices based on a study of easy techniques pioneered by Martin Seligman. Swartz: His team […]…
 
Resilience. Many of us want more of it, especially now as the pandemic continues to rage and stability seems far away. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says you can build your own resilience muscle by engaging in simple practices based on a study of easy techniques pioneered by Martin Seligman. Swartz: His team […]…
 
Resilience. Many of us want more of it, especially now as the pandemic continues to rage and stability seems far away. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says you can build your own resilience muscle by engaging in simple practices based on a study of easy techniques pioneered by Martin Seligman. Swartz: His team […]…
 
Resilience. Many of us want more of it, especially now as the pandemic continues to rage and stability seems far away. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says you can build your own resilience muscle by engaging in simple practices based on a study of easy techniques pioneered by Martin Seligman. Swartz: His team […]…
 
Our internal hardwiring known as our nervous system is divided into a steady state mode, known as the parasympathetic arm, and the fight or flight mode, known as the sympathetic arm. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, reminds us that for almost two years now we’ve been living on high alert. Swartz: Many have […]…
 
Our internal hardwiring known as our nervous system is divided into a steady state mode, known as the parasympathetic arm, and the fight or flight mode, known as the sympathetic arm. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, reminds us that for almost two years now we’ve been living on high alert. Swartz: Many have […]…
 
Our internal hardwiring known as our nervous system is divided into a steady state mode, known as the parasympathetic arm, and the fight or flight mode, known as the sympathetic arm. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, reminds us that for almost two years now we’ve been living on high alert. Swartz: Many have […]…
 
Our internal hardwiring known as our nervous system is divided into a steady state mode, known as the parasympathetic arm, and the fight or flight mode, known as the sympathetic arm. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, reminds us that for almost two years now we’ve been living on high alert. Swartz: Many have […]…
 
Disasters have been happening for a long time now, and so have studies of them. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, reminds us that we can view our current predicament through the lens of history, and perhaps regain some calm. Swartz: Any time there’s a disaster, whether it’s a hurricane, or a global pandemic, […]…
 
Disasters have been happening for a long time now, and so have studies of them. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, reminds us that we can view our current predicament through the lens of history, and perhaps regain some calm. Swartz: Any time there’s a disaster, whether it’s a hurricane, or a global pandemic, […]…
 
Disasters have been happening for a long time now, and so have studies of them. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, reminds us that we can view our current predicament through the lens of history, and perhaps regain some calm. Swartz: Any time there’s a disaster, whether it’s a hurricane, or a global pandemic, […]…
 
Disasters have been happening for a long time now, and so have studies of them. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, reminds us that we can view our current predicament through the lens of history, and perhaps regain some calm. Swartz: Any time there’s a disaster, whether it’s a hurricane, or a global pandemic, […]…
 
Some people quip that change is the only constant in life, and that’s demonstrably true about Covid-19 and the pandemic. Karen Swartz, a psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins, says that very quality is one of the greatest challenges for most of us in dealing with it. Swartz: Change itself is challenging. Some people who are more […]…
 
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