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Steve St. Angelo the son of an emergency room nurse, is a former editor for U.S. News & World Report, The Baltimore Sun, and Newsday, and since Fall 2012 he has served as the School's Writer & Editorial Strategist and Magazine Editor. When not telling the stories of the nursing students and researchers, he is very likely running an old printing press at Typecast, a letterpress shop he owns with wife Mary Mashburn.

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Building plans make room for the future story steve st. angelo  |  illustrations andrea de santis In academia, we say that learning can happen anywhere, but we never really expected to see it in back stairwells, mini-kitchens, printer rooms, or on the floors of long hallways. But indeed this is where we often find our
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Sally Rives doesn’t do straight lines. A very suburban kid from Greensboro, NC who’d never really been outside her home state, Rives nonetheless has thrown herself into opportunities to serve needy communities in West Africa and Peru. And of course, here she is in urban Baltimore, working her way through the MSN: Entry into Nursing
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I’ve written before re: initials in your magazine and you reduced them a lot but not enough! Reading the first 11 pages I came across 15 CAPITAL LETTERS. It disturbs the relaxing flow of reading for me. I’m 85 now (Class of ’53) and always look forward to what’s included in your improving publication. Perhaps you
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After more than five decades of service to the nursing profession, Dean Emerita Martha Hill, PhD, RN, FAAN, will retire at the end of this academic year. Her extraordinary career and accomplishments will be celebrated on June 7 at the school. An internationally recognized researcher, administrator, mentor, educator, and clinician, Hill will leave deep footprints
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Professor Cheryl Dennison Himmelfarb, PhD, RN, ANP, FAAN, an expert in cardiovascular care and patient safety, will be inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame at its 28th International Nursing Research Congress in Dublin, Ireland. On July 29, Dennison Himmelfarb will be among 23 inductees—representing Australia, Canada, Finland, Taiwan, the
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The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing has continued to add talented faculty to its ranks. Another round of faculty hires brings experts in patient ventilation and tracheostomy, pediatrics, dementia care, psychiatric nursing, suicide prevention, maternity, and work-life balance and workplace violence. New hires include: Assistant Professors Deborah Busch, DNP, MSN, RN; Valerie Cotter, DRNP, AGPCNP-BC;
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U.S. News and World Report has ranked the nurse practitioner, also known as an advanced practice registered nurse, as No. 2 of the 100 Best Jobs. The median salary for a nurse practitioner is $98,190, with a 0.7% unemployment rate and some 45,000 expected openings in the United States, making it one of the most
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School places second in 2018 U.S. News survey, QS World 2017 list The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing has been ranked as the No. 2 graduate nursing school by U.S. News & World Report for 2018 and No. 2 in the world by QS World University for 2017. “The rankings are a testament to our
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A chance to ‘translate our knowledge into sustainable measures of change’ Patricia Davidson, PhD, MEd, RN, FAAN, has been named a Friends of the National Institute of Nursing Research Ambassador to advocate and advance nursing science. The dean was chosen for her ability to advance health professions and policy-maker awareness of the “critical research agenda
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The Johns Hopkins Nursing Student Senate, a year in the planning, is now a reality. Student Affairs worked with students from a variety of programs to develop a structure and constitution that allow for a unified student voice and a greater sense of community among the student body. The Senate will advocate for students, act
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