Telomere Health and ICU Outcomes

Faculty study awarded Research Impact Grant

PROMiSE in the Palm of a Hand

App disguised as a home décor website aims to help domestic violence survivors reach safety

Taking Baby Steps

NICU nurses make virtual house calls with new grant

Is Cannabis Heart Healthy?

Denise C. Vidot awarded $2.9 million NIH grant to study how routes of cannabis administration affect heart disease risk

Miami-Mexico Health Research Funded

SONHS to collaborate on studies addressing chronic and non-communicable diseases

Getting ICU Survivors Mobile with Music

Study aims to determine healing impact of novel music-guided exercise intervention.

Measures Library

By facilitating access to translated measures we aim to encourage investigators to include non-English speaking participants in their studies.

Telomere Health and ICU Outcomes

Faculty study awarded Research Impact Grant

PROMiSE in the Palm of a Hand

App disguised as a home décor website aims to help domestic violence survivors reach safety

Taking Baby Steps

NICU nurses make virtual house calls with new grant

Is Cannabis Heart Healthy?

Denise C. Vidot awarded $2.9 million NIH grant to study how routes of cannabis administration affect heart disease risk

Miami-Mexico Health Research Funded

SONHS to collaborate on studies addressing chronic and non-communicable diseases

Getting ICU Survivors Mobile with Music

Study aims to determine healing impact of novel music-guided exercise intervention.

Measures Library

By facilitating access to translated measures we aim to encourage investigators to include non-English speaking participants in their studies.

The School of Nursing and Health Studies is dedicated to supporting bold and visionary research that will improve delivery of care to patients and communities as well as influence health systems and health policy across the hemisphere and around the world.

CLaRO is a National Institutes of Health U54 Specialized Center that spans two institutions in Miami-Dade County, Florida: the University of Miami and Florida International University.
An Evidence-Based Preventive Intervention for Hispanic Youth and their Families

By facilitating access to translated measures we aim to encourage investigators to include non-English speaking participants in their studies.
Research is at the very heart of education that extends well beyond the rigors of an undergraduate or graduate degree, and its impact on the community outside the bounds of the University of Miami campus embraces the leadership role in our hemisphere and beyond.

SONHS News

pandemic safety

How to better support survivors of domestic violence in a pandemic, according to experts

Intimate partner violence (IPV) is abuse or aggression that occurs in a romantic relationship. In the US alone, 1 in 4 women, and 1 in 10 men report experiencing some type of IPV. The COVID-19 pandemic may have exacerbated these rates, creating what experts call a "pandemic within a pandemic".