Spring 2004

Cover Photo by Pete McArthur

Features

  • Global Positioning
    From Addis Ababa to Bangladesh, regions around the world are flooding the school with requests for international collaborations and assistance. School leaders, though gratified and eager to help, are proceeding with caution, intent on finding foreign programs that make just the right fit. By Tom Waldron Unsolicited e-mails and letters from around the globe arrive almost daily ...
  • Other Lives
    By Ming Tai Photography by Mike Ciesielski Nursing can be all-consuming. That may be why the nurses you’ll meet here have cultivated outside interests—from knitting to swing dancing—with such passion. They pursue their hobbies in order to recharge, forget, focus, relax … and in the process, find themselves better equipped to meet the challenges of their profession. Marguerite ...
  • Rx: Nurse Practitioners
    When it comes to the delivery of health care today, nurse practitioners are making their presence known. At Hopkins, the School of Nursing is meeting the intensifying need for NPs with innovative training programs that are setting the standard nationwide. Written by Elizabeth Evitts 1965 was a pivotal year in America. A stunned nation still coped ...
 

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