Rutgers and Duke University professors explore how to improve care and reduce the use of antipsychotic medications in nursing homes.
A Rutgers School of Nursing graduate student is using her personal story to help guide Muslim teenage girls and young women by conducting workshops that teach abstinence.
The innovative program is believed to be the first program of its kind in the country.
Rutgers students have programmed a smartphone app that measures body movements, paving the way for keeping the elderly safer by learning how to predict their risk of falling.
Rutgers School of Nursing is launching a $6 million nationwide effort to reduce new HIV infections.
The vaccination rates in Newark are much lower than in the rest of the country.
A diagnosis of multiple sclerosis has driven Stephanie Butler to advocate in several ways for MS patients as she begins a career as a nurse practitioner.
Sung Poblete offered Rutgers School of Nursing students a special screening.
Improved standing is expected to enhance faculty recruitment and expansion of doctoral programs.
Rutgers junior Zainab Poonawalla already has participated in missions to South Africa, Brazil, Thailand, India and Bolivia.
Victoria Lane is making a difference in people's lives as a patient advocate in a unique community health initiative and now plans to become a nurse.
For many of her 27 years striving to prevent pregnant women from transmitting the HIV virus to their newborns, Carolyn Burr shared her multiple sclerosis diagnosis with only her closest colleagues.
The center serves mostly Spanish speakers, nearly a third of them undocumented immigrants who traditionally turn to emergency rooms for care.
A Rutgers-led interdisciplinary team is studying whether it can prevent violence by implementing tailored success plans for at-risk Newark youths.
Herman Abuchowski, who was born without a left foot, considers a nursing career in pediatric care and rehabilitation.
Nationally renowned midwife and educator Elaine Diegmann has delivered nearly 5,000 babies, including two grandsons, in a 34-year career.
There is a high degree of stress associated with living in poor communities.
Felesia Bowen is continuing her crusade to eliminate social barriers to care, starting with Newark children.