Linda Janusek

Affiliations: 
Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL, United States 
Area:
Nursing
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Saban KL, Janusek L. (2020) Mindfulness and Heath: The Nursing Science Bridge. Western Journal of Nursing Research. 193945920973748
Conway-Phillips R, Dagadu H, Motley D, et al. (2020) Qualitative evidence for Resilience, Stress, and Ethnicity (RiSE): A program to address race-based stress among Black women at risk for cardiovascular disease. Complementary Therapies in Medicine. 48: 102277
Saban KL, Tell D, Janusek L. (2018) Resilience in African American Women at Risk for Cardiovascular Disease: an Exploratory Study. Journal of Urban Health : Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine
Conway-Phillips R, Janusek LW. (2016) Exploring Spirituality Among African American Women: Implications for Promoting Breast Health Behaviors. Holistic Nursing Practice. 30: 322-329
Brennan-Olsen SL, Page RS, Berk M, et al. (2015) DNA methylation and the social gradient of osteoporotic fracture: A conceptual model. Bone
Garfield L, Mathews HL, Janusek LW. (2015) Inflammatory and Epigenetic Pathways for Perinatal Depression. Biological Research For Nursing
Saban KL, Mathews HL, Collins EG, et al. (2015) The Man I Once Knew: Grief and Inflammation in Female Partners of Veterans With Traumatic Brain Injury. Biological Research For Nursing
Giurgescu C, Sanguanklin N, Engeland CG, et al. (2015) Relationships among psychosocial factors, biomarkers, preeclampsia, and preterm birth in African American women: a pilot. Applied Nursing Research : Anr. 28: e1-6
Saban KL, Mathews HL, DeVon HA, et al. (2014) Epigenetics and social context: implications for disparity in cardiovascular disease. Aging and Disease. 5: 346-55
Tell D, Mathews HL, Janusek LW. (2014) Day-to-day dynamics of associations between sleep, napping, fatigue, and the cortisol diurnal rhythm in women diagnosed as having breast cancer. Psychosomatic Medicine. 76: 519-28
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