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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.

Nursing Ethics
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Nurses are consistently ranked the nation’s most trusted profession, and we take seriously our call…

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Writer: Steve St. Angelo Many years back, a patrician man named Taylor kindly adopted the…

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Writer: Guney Acipayamli “Equity Is The Only Acceptable Goal.” —PAUL FARMER Three vibrant murals surround the…

Fall 2016
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Story Danielle Kress | Lettering Livy Long Nursing is undergoing an extraordinary transformation, and the profession will never look the same. While nurses know this and see it in the work they do every day, there is a profound need to educate the public about a changing nursing landscape and expanding opportunities. Call it The
Fall 2016 Kerri Miller
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Kerri Miller, DNP ’11, ANP, was—for the moment—headed off to crunch agave instead of data. She was on one of her “every five months or so” trips to Guadalajara, Mexico, to visit the farms that provide agave plants that in turn provide a prebiotic fiber for re:iimmune, a product she developed to not only rehydrate
Fall 2016
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The best part of this job is meeting people. Not to kiss up, but nurses are proving to be fascinating folks to talk to. Still, any reporter will tell you a “phoner” can save time and means you don’t need to wear a clean shirt and nice shoes. Sometimes, deadlines or distance rule out doing
Fall 2016
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In the latest issue of Johns Hopkins Nursing, the final picture misidentifies the name of the school. Those pictured attended The Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing. The word training was not included. In fact from the day we arrived we were told that we were there to be educated, not trained. Another recent inaccuracy
Fall 2016
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The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing has increased its support for the Johns Hopkins University Center for AIDS Research (JHU-CFAR) to $100,000 per year in institutional funds. The money will support pilot awards to junior faculty and those new to HIV/AIDS research projects. JHU-CFAR brings together HIV/AIDS researchers from across the university and uses collaboration
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