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Molly Rose, FNP, PhD

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901 Walnut Street
Suite 811
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-7567

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Dissecting first-year students' perceptions of health profession groups: Potential barriers to interprofessional education
  2. Effect of the health mentors program on student attitudes toward team care
  3. Family factors in end-of-life decision-making: Family conflict and proxy relationship
  4. Jefferson interprofessional education center, Thomas Jefferson University
  5. Attitudes of students in medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, and physical therapy toward interprofessional education
  6. Evaluation of the chronic disease self-management program with low-income, urban, African American older adults
  7. Journey to the motherland: Assessing capacity for the prevention of HIV mother-to-child transmission in South Africa
  8. Planning HIV education programs for older adults: cultural implications.
  9. The effect of an interdisciplinary community health project on student attitudes toward community health, people who are indigent and homeless, and team leadership skill development
  10. Knowledge and awareness concerning chemical and biological terrorism: continuing education implications.
  11. Global connections in a changing world: Romanian and U.S. nurses unite
  12. Evaluation of the effectiveness of a web-based graduate epidemiology course
  13. Coping styles of caregivers of children with HIV/AIDS: Implications for health professionals
  14. Caregivers of children with HIV/AIDS: Quality of life and coping styles
  15. Quality of life and coping styles of HIV-positive women with children
  16. Effect of an AIDS education program for older adults
  17. Attitudes toward condom use among female college students.
  18. Coping behaviors of mothers with HIV/AIDS
  19. Knowledge of human immunodeficiency virus and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, perception of risk, and behaviors among older adults.
  20. Empathic learning: An innovative teaching strategy to improve attitudes toward caring for persons with HIV/AIDS