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Gayle G. Page

PageGayleGAYLE G. PAGE is a nationally renowned nurse-researcher who is an expert in the area of pain management in children and adults. Her research seeks to demonstrate that providing pain relief is not only a matter of comfort, but a physiologic necessity. She examines the impact of stress on neuroendocrine and immune function in general, and more specifically the impact of postnatal pain experiences on neuroendocrine and immune responses to stress. This work is also supported by a grant from the National Institute for Nursing Research at NIH. Dr. Page is a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing and co-editor of a widely used doctoral education book, In Search of Nursing Science. She has been on the Hopkins faculty since 1998.