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“Being a Hopkins Nurse has allowed me to reach toward my dreams of using nursing research to improve the lives of the patients who have touched my life.” Jessica Gill PhD ’07 Dr. Jessica Gill, recipient of the Johns Hopkins University Distinguished Alumna Award, has devoted her career to studying and improving psychological therapy for people
Fall 2016
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By Susan E. Appling Although the United States did not officially enter World War I until 1917, Hopkins nurses joined the American Red Cross in 1914 and were already serving throughout Europe. Others joined nursing units from Canada and France. After America entered the war, Base Hospital 18, staffed mainly with Hopkins nurses and physicians,
Church Notes Church Home And Hospital sign
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By Deb Corteggiano Kennedy, ’73 Reunion Weekend It was wonderful to again celebrate a fun and festive Homecoming weekend in Baltimore. The new venue, Hotel Indigo, was wonderful and everyone really enjoyed being in the heart of the city. The Class of ’66 brought 13 members to be honored. Thank you to Donna Royster Swope and Yetive
Fall 2016
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By Jane Marks, ’76 I had the honor of visiting with Dr. Jack Zimmerman and his wife, Doris, to discuss the hospice program at Church Home and Hospital. He shared an article that he had written and I thought it best that I share parts with you. A fact of history which is largely forgotten
Alumni Update Nyuma Harrison
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Dear Alumni, Greetings to all. The dog days of summer have certainly not slowed down the JHNAA Board. The Student/Alumni Committee has been busy planning ways to connect with the nursing students while they are on campus in order to keep them involved beyond graduation. In the coming months, we will be inviting student group
Class News A group of alumni at a 10th reunion on the west coast.
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1951 After graduating from the JHH School of Nursing, Adele Sparks Birx earned her MSN from Penn State and worked as a professor of nursing at Harrisburg Area Community College until retiring in 1992. Now she enjoys spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren and is a Bible study leader at church. 1956 After a
Summer 2016 Some alumni at a 10th reunion on the west coast.
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Traveling from Los Angeles, Portland, and all across the Bay Area, 17 members of the Class of 2006 met in San Francisco for a weekend of fun to celebrate their 10th reunion on the West Coast. Activities included a faculty presentation, ferry ride, a cooking class, and lots of time to reminisce and reconnect. Top:
Summer 2016 Yes or No sign
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At the Annual Meeting on Saturday, September 24, the JHNAA board will ask for a vote to approve a change to the Bylaws. In an effort to align record-keeping with the University’s calendar, the change would affect Article V, Section 1, and recommend shifting the fiscal year to run July 1 through June 30. For
Summer 2016 Megan Schultz
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"I LOVE BEING A PART OF AN INNOVATIVE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY THAT CONTINUES TO PUSH BOUNDARIES AND ADVANCE MEDICINE EVERY DAY." MEGHAN SCHULTZ MSN ’14, RN I started my nursing career in pediatric rehabilitation at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. While working full-time night shift, I completed the part-time Health Systems Management Track, and earned my MSN.
Church Notes Church Home And Hospital sign
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Save the Date The Reunion Weekend committee is hard at work to plan activities that will afford for another not-to-miss event September 22-25. There is a room block reserved this year at the Hotel Indigo in the Mount Vernon neighborhood. Thank you to Donna Royster Swope, ’66, and Yetive Hull Habicht, ’66, for serving as
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