"Pulse Points" is an informative, exciting podcast hosted by Dean Robin Newhouse. Each episode features a student, staff, or faculty member discussing their experiences at IU School of Nursing and the surrounding communities, current research projects, industry news, and more. Join us each month for a new episode.
Episode #4: Understanding the Cycle of Violence and the Recovery Process for National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
As we observe National Domestic Violence Awareness Month throughout October, we are reminded of the types of violence that can occur between partners and what can be done to help stop the cycle. Dr. Claire Draucker sits down with Dean Newhouse to:
- help define terms;
- analyze recent data collected of an Indianapolis-based study;
- and share a number of resources for those experiencing physical or emotional violence by a partner.
Dr. Draucker also expands on her important work that focuses on the recovery of victims of childhood sexual abuse. We hope you will tune in to this important episode of Pulse Points.
Episode #3: Doctoral Research of Hispanic Adolescents for National Hispanic Heritage Month
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, PhD Candidate Allison McCord talks about her work with Hispanic adolescents dealing with depression and her experience in the doctoral program.
Episode #2: Big Data Research Improving Patient-Centered Studies
Dr. Wendy Miller shares with Dean Newhouse the process of collecting large data sets in her work with self management of patients with epilepsy.
Episode #1: IU School of Nursing Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners
Dean Robin Newhouse and Dr. Ukamaka Oruche discuss how IU School of Nursing is helping to address the mental health provider crisis in Indiana.