Building Nurses' Leadership and Research Capacity Through International Mentoring
Josephine Bassey Etowa, RN, PhD; Adele Vukic, RN, MN; Ekaete Asuquo, RN, MNSc
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Etowa, Josephine Bassey; Gebremeskel, Akalewold Tadesse; Mkandawire, Paul; Uddin, ZhaidaRacial disparities in HIV/AIDS prevalence is common and varies across countries. There is no single response to halt HIV. Closing ethno-racial health inequities gap is important. HIV combination prevention strategy is an ...
Asuquo, Ekaete Francis; Etowa, Josephine Bassey (2016-03-21)Session presented on Sunday, November 8, 2015: Nurses' involvement in HIV policy formulation in Nigerian Health Care System. Background of study: Nigerian national policy on HIV stresses the need for the adoption of ...
Rutgers Global Nursing Research Collaborative: Building Capacity Through Training, Mentoring, and Multi-Site Collaborative Research Willard, Suzanne; Holzemer, William L.; Linn, Anne Marie (2016-07-13)Session presented on Friday, July 22, 2016: Background: While 90% of healthcare worldwide is delivered by nurses (ICN, 2012), research for and by nurses is limited (Sun & Larsen, 2015). Nurse scientists in low and middle ...
Community Engagement to Explore Mothering and Infant Feeding Practices Among Black Women Living With HIV Hannan, Jean; Etowa, Josephine Bassey; Babatunde, Seye; Phillips, J. Craig; Kohoun, Bagnini (2017-10-25)The paper presents the process of community engagement employed in a three-country community-based participatory research investigating the infant feeding practices of women living with HIV.
Etowa, Josephine BasseyThis study used grounded theory method to explicate Black nurses' worklife experiences within the health care system in Nova Scotia. The aim of this research was to develop substantive theory of this phenomenon. The ...