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Building plans make room for the future story steve st. angelo  |  illustrations andrea de santis In academia, we say that learning can happen anywhere, but we never really expected to see it in back stairwells, mini-kitchens, printer rooms, or on the floors of long hallways. But indeed this is where we often find our
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Story Danielle Kress | Photography Chris Hartlove Student ambassadors show Baltimore youths the opportunities of nursing and enrich their own education in the process While in nursing school, it’s difficult for students to find time for things aside from studying, exams, and clinical hours. But for MSN: Entry into Nursing Practice students Nikki Akinleye and
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Sally Rives doesn’t do straight lines. A very suburban kid from Greensboro, NC who’d never really been outside her home state, Rives nonetheless has thrown herself into opportunities to serve needy communities in West Africa and Peru. And of course, here she is in urban Baltimore, working her way through the MSN: Entry into Nursing
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Story Danielle Kress | Lettering Livy Long Nursing is undergoing an extraordinary transformation, and the profession will never look the same. While nurses know this and see it in the work they do every day, there is a profound need to educate the public about a changing nursing landscape and expanding opportunities. Call it The
Fall 2016 Kerri Miller
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Kerri Miller, DNP ’11, ANP, was—for the moment—headed off to crunch agave instead of data. She was on one of her “every five months or so” trips to Guadalajara, Mexico, to visit the farms that provide agave plants that in turn provide a prebiotic fiber for re:iimmune, a product she developed to not only rehydrate
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STORY LESTER DAVIS | ILLUSTRATIONS SHAW NIELSEN Community Outreach Program gets students outside the classroom and hospital to get inside people’s lives and health needs On a recent sunny Saturday morning, a handful of women gathered in front of the Patterson Park Youth Sports and Education Center eager to sweat together. Dressed in workout gear
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This is a historic and exciting period for nursing as a shortage of physicians and changes brought by the Affordable Care Act offer the profession tremendous growth opportunities…

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Friendships born in nursing school often take shape under great duress. The pressure isn’t just a matter of having so many things to learn in such a short, intense stretch…

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The first thing you notice about the brand-new Johns Hopkins Hospital Capacity Command Center is its location: steps from the main entrance at North Wolfe Street…

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…