Karen A Wolf

Recent Contributions

Reply to [ARCHIVED] Supporting the Informal Caregiver: Implications for an Aging Society

June 14, 2016
The case of the patient with lewy body dementia is a challenging one. A fundamental question that I would ask is what is the goal for care and what does/did the patient and family and express as their preference and values in this situation. The complexity of the psychotropic medications ...

Reply to [ARCHIVED] Supporting the Informal Caregiver: Implications for an Aging Society

June 13, 2016
This is a such important topic which is not easily covered from a global perspective - but there is much to learn from the discussion. I am a nurse-practitioner and sociologist teaching at Penn State but living in a small rural community. I have worked in community health and geriatric ...

Reply to Nursing and the Harvard-LSHTM Independent Panel on the Global Response to Ebola

Jan. 10, 2016
Wonderful to know that the letter is accepted. Inclusion of Nurses is such an important point to make. Our unity globally is essential and I concur that voice from West Africa is essential as well. I agree with Jeanne that the five authors should include yourself and other nurses who ...

Reply to Nursing and the Harvard-LSHTM Independent Panel on the Global Response to Ebola

Dec. 7, 2015
Please add my name: Karen Anne Wolf PhD, CRNP, DFNAP Associate Professor Pennsylvania State University- College of Nursing/World Campus

Reply to HIV-Positive Nurse Tried by Media

Feb. 12, 2014
A contact within Uganda may be Dr. Nelson Sewankambo. He is the head of Makere University College of Health Sciences and has been active in AIDS research and interprofessional health profession education. He is also well linked to WHO and the IOM, He voices strong support for nursing.


Recent Recommendations

"Nursing and the Harvard-LSHTM Independent Panel on the Global Response to Ebola"

"[ARCHIVED] Supporting the Informal Caregiver: Implications for an Aging Society"

Supporting the Informal Caregiver: Implications for an Aging Society

"[ARCHIVED] Supporting the Informal Caregiver: Implications for an Aging Society"

Supporting the Informal Caregiver: Implications for an Aging Society

"POST-Conference Discussion Oct 17-21: Nurses - A Force for Change - Improving Health Systems' Resilience"

POST-Conference Discussion Oct 17-21: Nurses - A Force for Change - Improving Health Systems' Resilience

"The Mexico City Policy"

The Mexico City Policy