Fall/Winter 2013

Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine Fall/Winter 2013

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  • Nursing's in Our Blood
    By Kirsten Alma Blomberg, ’11 Fourth-generation caregiver looks back on an unlikely family legacy It’s funny now, looking back over four generations: My great-grandmother, grandfather, father, and me, nurses all. How? Nursing must have been an undeniable force that pulled us toward it because it was not something any of us planned on doing early on in ...
  • Nursing’s in Our Blood
    By Kirsten Alma Blomberg, ’11 Fourth-generation caregiver looks back on an unlikely family legacy It’s funny now, looking back over four generations: My great-grandmother, grandfather, father, and me, nurses all. How? Nursing must have been an undeniable force that pulled us toward it because it was not something any of us planned on doing early on in ...
  • A Step Ahead of the Storm
    Educational team quickly pivots curriculum as needs of nurses and health care follow a sometimes unpredictable path By Deborah Rudacille A perfect storm threatens nurses and nursing education today. Soon, a tsunami of newly insured Americans will flood a health care system already overflowing with patients, many with untreated psychiatric issues. New technology must be mastered quickly ...
  • Problem Solved
    DNP program’s impact on its students and their impact on communities worldwide grow with each cohort By Jim Duffy The map on the office wall of Mary Terhaar, DNSc, CNS, RN, remains a work in progress. She’s still at the task of sticking pins in all the towns where nurses are heading into workplaces armed with a ...

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