Psychology & Psychiatry

Program leads to sustained improvements in nurses' moral resilience

A program developed by Cynda Hylton Rushton, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, and her team from Johns Hopkins University led to sustained improvements in nurses' ability to effectively address ethical challenges, according to research published ...


Can you describe a sensation without feeling it first?

Blind or colorblind people can describe colors and use expressions like "green with envy" or "feeling blue." A hearing-impaired person can also say those same vibrant hues are "loud." But many linguists and cognitive neuroscientists ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Dengue fever is making inroads in Europe

Cases of the mosquito-borne illness dengue are typically seen in the tropics, but with the changing climate that may be changing.

Medical economics

Transforming data collection to advance health equity

The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the inequality in American health care systems, which consistently neglect the needs of underserved communities, leaving them without access to quality care. A commentary published in ...

Health informatics

AI tool gains doctors' trust by giving advice like a colleague

Hospitals have begun using "decision support tools" powered by artificial intelligence that can diagnose disease, suggest treatment or predict a surgery's outcome. But no algorithm is correct all the time, so how do doctors ...

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