Spring 2006

Cover art by Eric Mueller

Features

  • The Case for Space: The Nursing Shortage and the Overcrowding of the U.S. Nursing School
    By Lynn Schultz-Writsel Learn how you can become part of tomorrow’s vision and help build opportunities for the future. Please contact the JHU School of Nursing Office of Development & Alumni Relations at 410-955-4284,NursDevel@son.jhmi.edu, or at our office located at 525 N. Wolfe St., Room 529, Baltimore, MD 21205. DESPITE THE PROJECTED DEMAND nationwide for RNs, more than 30,000 qualified applicants were ...
  • Where in the World is Hopkins Nursing?
    By Kelly Brooks-Staub Throughout the world, the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing is becoming known as a leader in nursing education, research, practice, and service. Our students, faculty, and alumni spread and grow their Hopkins nursing knowledge as they work, learn, and collaborate with health care professionals around the globe. What follows is just a ...
  • Shared Legacy
    “Conscious of the past, equal to the present, and reaching forward into the future—that’s the Hopkins way. That’s our shared legacy. That’s the challenge of your tomorrow.” —Barbara Donaho ’56, to the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing Class of 1988 Our Shared Legacy, Nursing Education at Johns Hopkins, 1889-2006, the soon-to-be-published tribute to Hopkins students ...
  • Hard-Wired to Heal
    By Gregg A. Wilhelm Photos by Will Kirk Used wisely, information technology–in the form of “nursing informatics”–has the potential to transform nursing practice and patient care. At the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, faculty are leading the way to produce “technology-enabled” nursing professionals.   On the morning of August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina bore down on the ...
 

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