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The UW School of Nursing has a national and international reputation for excellence. An unusually fertile environment for nursing research guides and shapes its baccalaureate and graduate educational programs. It also builds practice that emphasizes leadership skills for the health care needs of a multicultural world.


Contact

Box 357260
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195
Phone: 206-543-8736
Email:
nscomm@uw.edu


Hsin-Yi (Jean) Tang, PhD, APRN, PMHNP-BC
Assistant Professor

Psychosocial & Community Health
Box 357263
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195

Email Address: jeantang@uw.edu

Research

My program of research focuses on brainwave entrainment for the management of hyper-arousal related health conditions such as insomnia and hypertension. I am currently conducting research to evaluate the effectiveness of the slow brainwave light-sound stimulation for sleep promotion in people with chronic pain. My general research interest is in the area of non-pharmacological approaches that empower self-regulation for health promotion.

Teaching

I have taught in both undergraduate and graduate programs. My main teaching role is in the psychiatry and mental health specialty area. I believe in educating the whole person, with an emphasis on developing life-long learners and socially responsible health professionals.

Practice, Service, Community Involvement

Clinically, I am an Adult Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. My practice philosophy embraces interdisciplinary collaboration model. I believe the patient-provider partnership is the core for the optimal care outcome.

Current Research Projects

Audio-visual stimulation to improve sleep in adults with chronic pain and comorbid insomnia.

Multi-Faceted Audio-Relaxation Program for Older Adults with Comorbid Hypertension and Insomnia.

The Effect of Audio Relaxation on Blood Pressure Reduction and Heart Rate Variability Enhancement.

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