Rana Halabi Najjar

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Studies of the role of the early environment in shaping children's risk for anxiety problems have produced mixed results. It is possible that inconsistencies in previous findings result from a lack of consideration of a putative role for inherited influences moderators on the impact of early experiences. Early inherited influences not only contribute to(More)
Data collection for this project was supported by R01 HD042608; NICHD, NIDA, and OBSSR; NIH; U.S. PHS (PI Years 1–5: Reiss; PI Years 6–10: Leve) and R01 MH092118, NIMH, NIH, U.S. PHS (PIs: Neiderhiser and Leve). The writing of this manuscript was partially supported by R01 DA020585, NIDA, NIMH, and OBSSR; NIH; U.S. PHS (PI: Neiderhiser), K01 MH100240 (PI:(More)
BACKGROUND A lack of diversity in the nursing workforce nationally has been identified by Oregon state leaders as a factor contributing to health inequity. METHOD The goal of Advancing Health Equity Through Student Empowerment and Professional Success (HealthE STEPS) is to graduate nursing students from disadvantaged backgrounds to improve health equity(More)
Research has revealed the effectiveness of simulation for facilitating student development of self-efficacy, knowledge, clinical judgment, and proficiency in technical skills. This grounded theory study was conducted to describe the experience of nursing students in high-fidelity simulation and develop a model which explicates the experience of nursing(More)
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