Summer 2005

Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine Summer 2005

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  • Mission Accomplished
    The closing of the Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing in 1973 marked the start of a painful period of shattered hopes and uncertainty. Ultimately, success would be bound to the traits that define the Johns Hopkins nurse of every generation: leadership, resilience, and determination. By Christine Rowett and Sue De Pasquale Photos Courtesy ...
  • Town Hall Focuses on Health Care Disparities
    The School of Nursing’s year-long Milestone Celebration closed with “Who Will Care for Us? Who Will Receive Care?”, an expert-to-expert town hall. Health care experts and legislators shared their perspectives on causes, results, and solutions regarding the pervasive health care disparities now affecting millions of people throughout the United States. The event, held Tuesday, May 3, 2005, at the Johns Hopkins ...
  • Building Opportunities
    By Lynn Schultz-Writsel YESTERDAY In 1998—after a decade of work by a cadre of dedicated volunteers—the doors opened on a new Johns Hopkins University building, the School of Nursing Anne M. Pinkard Building. As the first university building to be dedicated solely to the art and science of nursing education, it was a state-of-the-art facility, prominently ...
  • The Game of Nursing
    There’s never been a more exciting time to pursue a career in nursing. Our game board offers just a glimpse of the tantalizing possibilities that await today’s new grads. Read below to explore the real-life career trajectories of five alumni who are thriving in this rapidly evolving profession. By Ming Tai   Setting Career Goals… and Beating Them Elizabeth ...

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