Fall/Winter 2011

Features

  • The Practitioners
    Practice what you preach—or teach—if you are at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. Profiles by Sara Michael Many of the faculty, and even some doctoral students, at the School maintain an active nursing practice while balancing a dual career as an educator or completing a terminal degree. How does their passion for practice inform their ...
  • Practicing to Potential
    Today’s Nursing Practice It’s as if a quiet revolution is taking hold. On every front—from high-level policy discussions to day-to-day bedside practice—nurses are becoming a more vocal and instrumental component in improving the complex healthcare puzzle. For nurses, it means more leadership opportunities and greater professional satisfaction. For healthcare institutions, it means more widespread use of ...

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