Author Danielle Kress

Danielle Kress

As editor of the The Daily SON, the School of Nursing’s daily newsletter, Communications Coordinator Danielle Kress is among the first to know what’s happening on campus and the key contact for helping to spread the word about it.

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Story Danielle Kress | Photography Chris Hartlove Student ambassadors show Baltimore youths the opportunities of nursing and enrich their own education in the process While in nursing school, it’s difficult for students to find time for things aside from studying, exams, and clinical hours. But for MSN: Entry into Nursing Practice students Nikki Akinleye and
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Children’s book inspires lifestyle changes for families “Eat more fruits and vegetables, and exercise 30 minutes a day,” read the nutrition card. If it were that easy, everyone would be fit, says Instructor Audra Rankin, DNP, APRN, who admits she was often guilty of using a similar mantra that rarely sparked change within her pediatric
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CELLS TO SOCIETY — LEADING THE SCIENCE OF NURSING A Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Publication View research news from the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. In this Issue: Women's Health Administration Cardiovascular Care Critical Care Education Family And more ADMINISTRATION Is There a Relationship Between Night Shift and Errors? What Nurse Leaders Need to
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VIOLENCE Interactive Training Improves Workplace Climate, Knowledge, and Support Toward Domestic Violence American Journal of Industrial Medicine NANCY GLASS* & COLLEAGUES Elements of Effective Interventions for Addressing Intimate Partner Violence in Latina Women: A Systematic Review Plos One  CARMEN ALVAREZ*, PATRICIA DAVIDSON, CHRISTINA FLEMING & NANCY GLASS Cumulative Violence Exposures: Black Women’s Responses and Sources
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