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Cytokine May Play a Major Role in Multiple Sclerosis
Jefferson researchers discover the role of a major cytokine in multiple sclerosis that could be a target for new therapy against the disease.
Inducing Labor at Full Term Not Associated with Higher C-section Rates
A new analysis pooled the results from five randomized controlled trials including 844 women, and found no link between induction and rates of C section in uncomplicated pregnancies of singleton babies at full term. The results were published online April 13th in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology.
Jefferson Nursing Researchers Propose Leveraging QR Codes in Patient Resources
Researchers at Thomas Jefferson University’s School of Nursing recently published an article in the Journal of Nursing Education describing a doctoral-level practicum experience for nursing students that focused on the creation of patient resource guides using QR codes.
How to Get Smarter on Pills for Seniors
Physicians are often unaware of all the medications a patient is taking, which can result in unnecessary additional prescriptions, non-prescription medications and potential drug-drug interactions that cause unexpected adverse effects.
Jefferson School of Health Professions Signs Exchange Agreement with Kitasato University
The Jefferson School of Health Professions welcomed colleagues from Kitasato University’s School of Allied Health Sciences for the signing of a memorandum of understanding which continues a long-standing exchange program between the schools.
Joint Fluid Harbors Bacterial Clumps after Joint Replacement Despite Pre-Surgery Antibiotics
Researchers at Thomas Jefferson University and the National Institutes of Health are building on their research which seeks to understand why joint infections persist despite standards of care designed to stop them.
Jefferson School of Nursing Ranked in Top 100 Graduate Nursing Programs by U.S. News
U.S. News and World Report ranked Jefferson School of Nursing in the top 100 Best Graduate Nursing Schools in the country.
Jefferson Graduate Featured in Today in OT
Jefferson graduate sat down with Today in OT, to discuss her capstone project during which she researched the Young Empowerment Stroke Support (YESS) program for younger stroke survivors, a program which she designed.
Study Nearly Triples the Locations in the Human Genome that Harbor MicroRNAs
Researchers find many new gene-regulating molecules that are tissue and human specific.
New Study Reveals How to Improve Chemotherapy Use in Prostate Cancer
Next generation chemotherapy for prostate cancer has unique properties that could make it more effective earlier in treatment if confirmed in clinical trials.