Browsing: Fall 2015

Fall 2015 Illustration by Shaw Nielsen
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To many who call it home, Baltimore is the world. Take the many Hopkins nurse leaders and researchers who are using what they learn in the city…

Fall 2015
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Ron Noecker, RN, sits down to a coffee looking for all the world as though he just stepped off a beach and into his scrubs, his tousled blond hair and easy smile betraying nothing of the stresses…

Fall 2015 Fall 2015 issue cover illustration by Shaw Nielsen
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It was summer jury duty, with 1,000 or so peers along for the ride in the Clarence Mitchell Courthouse. Most wouldn’t be called out of the waiting room at all today, and the smart ones had brought books or magazines or puzzles, anything to pass the time. The rest of us fiddled with our phones,
Fall 2015 Summer 2015 cover
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Much as I enjoy your magazine, I must take issue with an implication in the “Mother Knows Best” article from Johns Hopkins Nursing [Summer 2015]. As my husband read this article, he looked up and said, “I thought you have a BSN from Hopkins.”     While I understand the article was referring to Hopkins’
Fall 2015
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“Let’s hope this moment of national recognition is one small treatment … administered by nurses.” Who knew that there were so many brilliant, talented, hard-working, caring, brave, outspoken nurses out there? We did. And we should probably thank Joy Behar of ABC’s The View for recently reminding us all who and what we are. Behar,
Fall 2015 IPE simulations
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Photo by Will Kirk/Homewood Photography Talk about collaboration! For one year, four free, online learning modules will offer schools of nursing across Maryland the chance to maximize interprofessional education, or IPE, through simulations that feature nursing, medical, and pharmacy students working together to respond to challenging scenarios like a fire in a long-term care facility
Fall 2015 Awarded Educators
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Assistant Professor Jeanne Alhusen and Executive Vice Dean for Academic Affairs Marie Nolan have been spotlighted by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing for excellence in teaching and innovation. Alhusen was recipient of the Didactic Novice Faculty Teaching Award for her instruction style that offers a versatile combination of academic, clinical, and research perspectives
Fall 2015 FAANs award winners
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Two more Johns Hopkins School of Nursing faculty members were added to this year’s list of honorees at the American Academy of Nursing’s Fellows induction ceremony. Plus, joining Fellow inductees Sharon Kozachik, PhD, RN, and Jennifer Wenzel, PhD, RN, CCM, at the October event were Fannie Gaston-Johansson, PhD, RN, who received the Living Legends award,
Fall 2015 Caricature of Jason Farley illustrated by Colin Harris
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Illustration by Colin Harris Alabama has always held a top spot in Associate Professor Jason Farley’s heart as the place his nursing career began, and now the state has reserved a special place for him as well. Farley was recently inducted into the Alabama Nursing Hall of Fame for his accomplishments and for the honor
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