Author Kelly Brooks, Previous Editor

Kelly Brooks, Previous Editor

The previous editor of Johns Hopkins Nursing, Kelly Brooks, is a word geek. With a focus on healthcare, policy, and lifestyle, Kelly edits and writes for magazines, websites, press releases, reports, brochures, and marketing materials. Her goal? Effective words for maximum impact.

Fall/Winter 2012

This summer, Hopkins set a record for the number of students visiting as part of the School of Nursing’s formal international collaborations. From South Africa were North West University students Lufuno Makhado and Leepile Sehularo and University of Fort Hare Students Nonyaniso Nkutu and Thankdekile Shabalala. From China’s Peking Union Medical College, doctoral students Wu
Defining Moments Defining Moments

Making rounds, the ceremony that lies at the heart of hospital care, was not always an interprofessional endeavor. In the early days of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, nurses would prepare by bathing patients, moving privacy screens, and hanging charts, but the rounds were conducted by the Chief Physician, followed by an entourage of residents, interns,
Church Notes Church Home Class of 1962

Church Notes Deb Kennedy, CHH ’73 reports that it was another enjoyable reunion for the Church…

Class News class of 1972

’47 To my classmates of 1947: Sylvia Larsen Chisolm, Corinne Reinert Perkins, and Elsie Peyton…

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