Managing Hypertension in African American Men

Authors

  • Joy Elise Eubanks Prairie View A&M University-College of Nursing
  • Elisa Mone't Montgomery Prairie View A&M University-College of Nursing

Keywords:

Hypertension, African American Men, Men

Abstract

Hypertension is the "silent killer" especially in African Americans in the United States specifically, African American men. Two Prairie Viw A&M University's College of Nursing graduate students implemented a project to educate African American men on the management of hypertension in Houston's 3rd Ward neighborhood where they feel most comfortable...the barbershop.

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Author Biographies

Joy Elise Eubanks, Prairie View A&M University-College of Nursing

Joy Eubanks BSN, RN is a May 2019 graduate of Prairie View A&M University's College of Nursing with a Master's of Science in Nursing-Family Nurse Practitioner. Joy received her Bachelor's of Science in Nursing from Prairie View A&M University Fall '09.

Elisa Mone't Montgomery, Prairie View A&M University-College of Nursing

Elisa Montgomery BSN, RN is a 2nd year graduate student in the Master's of Science in Nursing-Family Nurse Practitioner program at Prairie View A&M University. Elisa received her Bachelor's of Science in Nursing from Prairie View A&M University Fall '10. Prairie View A&M University's College of Nursing celebrated their Centennial Celebration in 2018.

Published

2019-04-30

How to Cite

Eubanks, J. E., & Montgomery, E. M. (2019). Managing Hypertension in African American Men. Journal of Student Research. Retrieved from https://www.jofsr.org/index.php/path/article/view/717