College of Nursing
A Nursing Scientist and Licensed Acupuncturist at the University of Utah, Dr. Lisa Taylor-Swanson’s program of research aims to reduce disproportionate symptom burden during the menopausal transition across socioeconomic strata by developing and implementing effective interventions feasible in health systems and utilizing complexity-informed research methods. Her current work is developing an integrative medicine group visit that delivers education about menopause and integrative health self-care such as acupressure and mindfulness, medical care, and health screenings.
Approximately 128M Hispanic/Latinx people will reside in the United States (US) by 2050 and Latinas will represent 25% of the total female population.1 Research on disparities in healthcare access identifies Hispanics/Latinx as one of the most disadv...
|LISA TAYLOR-SWANSON (Project Owner)
|College of Nursing, CON-HSCBC DIVISION
|College of Humanities, World Languages and Cultures
|ANNA CAMILLE MORENO
|School of Medicine, Obstetrics And Gynecology
|ANA SANCHEZ BIRKHEAD
|College of Nursing, CON DACC DIVISION