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Dora Clayton-Jones, RN, PhD, CPNP-PC
Emory T. Clark Hall, 265
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Dr. Dora Clayton-Jones is an Assistant Professor at Marquette University. She is also the Founder of Children First Angelic Foundation, Inc. with a mission to support children and families of diverse backgrounds and encourage holistic development.
Her research interest is in promoting spirituality and health in adolescents, self-management of chronic conditions, health disparities and equity, qualitative research, and community-based participatory research.
Dr. Clayton-Jones is also an author, minister, certified pediatric nurse practitioner, and educator. She has presented in the community on several topics related to child and adolescent health, child development, ministering to children in the hospital, and helping children grieve. She examines the health care transition experiences of adolescents and emerging adults living with sickle cell disease and ways to promote their self-efficacy and transition readiness. She is a board certified pediatric nurse practitioner and works to promote health equity.
How Sickle Cell Anaemia Impacts Families and How We Can Helphttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GUiuXQ9...
Today’s Faces of Sickle Cell Disease: Tosin OlaDuring a long hospitalization in 2005, T...
World Sickle Cell Day: Sisters Living With Sickle Cell, Hoping for a Curehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3Bg0RJv...
The Role of Pain Rehabilitation in an Adolescent Sickle Cell Disease Population: A Case SeriesSickle cell disease is an inherited hemo...
Development and Feasibility Testing of the Comfort Ability Program for Sickle Cell Pain: A Patient-Informed, Video-B...Objective: Even with optimized medical...
Got TransitionGot Transition/Center for Health Care Tr...
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