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Ellen D. Jones

**Education: Doctor of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University--Master of Community Health Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner, University of South Carolina, Columbia--BSN, UNC Chapel Hill--BS (Public Health Education) UNC Chapel Hill

There are 8 included publications by Ellen D. Jones :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Cardiometabolic health of Chinese older adults with diabetes living in Beijing, China. 2009 173 ABSTRACT Objectives: Using the PRECEDE-PROCEED model, this study examined the presence of metabolic syndrome and modifiable cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk factors associated with metabolic syndrome among Chinese adults with diabetes living in Beij...
A Care Guide for Successfully Educating Patients 2003 396 Frustration over the lack of preparation for the patient at discharge is, unfortunately, all too familiar for nurses today. After the primary care provider has written the discharge order, nurses find themselves the last resource. Often, the patient ...
Central Obesity and the Metabolic Syndrome: Implications for Primary Care Providers 2004 482 Purpose: To describe screening measures that will determine which clients are at risk For the metabolic syndrome, common manifestations of the syndrome, preventive diagnostic considerations, and management and treatment options that primary care prov...
Early Detection of Type 2 Diabetes Among Older African-Americans 2004 636 The purpose of this research was to determine whether a group of African Americans who had no diagnosis of type 2 diabetes had elevated blood glucose levels and other risk factors indicative of type 2 diabetes. A convenience sample of 20 African Amer...
Inclusion of women in nursing research. 2004 379 Background: Although the inclusion of women in research has been examined in medical publications, little is known about how federal mandates have influenced the inclusion of women in research published in nursing journals. Objective: This study aim...
An innovative strategy to enhance new faculty success. 2003 487 Faculty stress is a factor in the current shortage of nursing faculty. New faculty members in schools of nursing are subject to stress from many sources. This article reports on an innovative strategy that decreases stress for new faculty while facil...
Inside the medicine cabinet…: Do you know your staff’s common medication usage and how it can impact their practice? 2009 308 A growing number of Americans use prescription and nonprescription medications on a regular basis. An aging population, rapid development and release of new medications, and changes in health practice are all responsible for increased usage.1 Indeed,...
Targeted Group Advising. 2004 320 Student advising is an integral part of the faculty student relationship. However, with the increasing enrollment of pre-nursing students 1 and the complexity of university requirements, advising requires more time and expertise. Further, many studen...