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CANCELLED – ANHE Research Forum Monthly Call – January 2022

January 27 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST

Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, the January Research call has been cancelled. This presentation will be rescheduled.

The focus of the Research Workgroup is to frame and support an agenda for enabling nurses to solve environmental challenges to health through the creation of new knowledge. As a recognized nurse researcher focused on environmental health, we would be delighted if you would consider joining the Research Work Group. The Research Work Group provides excellent resources, support, and mentorship for all researcher experience levels – from novice to expert. To view the Research Work Group’s Priorities, click here.

The ANHE Research Work Group benefits from close partners working in advocacy, practice, and education. Critical research questions arise from these relationships and the resulting research agenda reflects the most current and pressing challenges of our profession.

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We hope to see you at our monthly session on January 27, 2022 @ 3 pm EST!

Dr Jeannie Rodriguez will present on secondhand e-cigarette vapor exposure in children.

Jeannie Rodriguez, PhD, RN, APRN

Assistant Professor

Assistant Director, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Primary Care Program

Project Lead, SEEK Study

Emory University Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, Atlanta, Georgia

Title: The Metabolome of Passive ENDS Exposure in Kids (The M-PEEK Study)

Jeannie Rodriguez (presenting), Irene Yang, Donghai Liang, Rachel Tchen, and Bayan Hawsawi assessed the feasibility of non-invasive biomatrices to detect secondhand e-cigarette vapor exposure in children and describe parental perceptions of vaping. Overall, sample-specific, and feature-specific correlations were strong to moderate between blood and the non-invasive biomatrices. Fourteen significant features were annotated, noting metabolites directly reflective of e-cigarette vapor exposure and metabolites of dopamine and oxidative stress, likely representing downstream effects of exposure. Most parents began vaping to stop smoking and described vaping as a minor health hazard or not a hazard. Parent vapers described the “power of addiction”, “the appeal of vaping”, and a “cycle of judgement”.


January 27
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
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Research Work Group
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