Browsing: Spring 2015

Features Illustration of Nurses running towards door
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The term “big data” is thrown around so loosely these days. It’s a catchphrase for all the statistics, crunched numbers …

Features Illustration of Nurses running towards door
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The term “big data” is thrown around so loosely these days. It’s a catchphrase for all the statistics, crunched numbers …

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In 1996, faculty lecturer Sarah Dutton, studying abroad in Mexico, went to a local hospital to get treatment …

Features Illustration of books stacked on top of each other
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For PhD students at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, the first semester is a constant swirl of information …

On The Issue A nursing student
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It’s common for people to approach me as dean to ask about my vision for the future. The truth is, the vision—our vision—never changes. It’s the same as it was when the doors of this institution first opened: Be the best nursing school in the world and create critical thinkers and leaders in the field.
On the Pulse Woman listening
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U.S. News & World Report has named the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing one of the top accredited nursing school graduate programs in the nation for 2016, placing it at No. 2. Across the East Baltimore campus, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health ranked No. 1 and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
On the Pulse Ashley Sayles
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Photo by Chris Hartlove It would be tough for things to be going any better right now for Ashley Sayles, RN. The Jamaica, Queens native, December grad, and current member of the master’s program recently passed the NCLEX, starts her dream job in pediatrics at The Johns Hopkins Hospital this spring, and has begun planning
On the Pulse Lighting the Lamp ceremony
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Warm glow: The January 12 Lighting of the Lamp Ceremony, which marks a transition for students, celebrates the history of nursing, and provides a bonding opportunity for each class. The next event will be held April 30. PHOTO BY KELLEY CARPENTER
On the Pulse Nurse and a patient
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Even 25 years ago, an analysis by the Office of Technology Assessment indicated that nurse practitioners could safely and effectively provide more than 90 percent of pediatric primary care and 75 percent of general primary care services. Results of the first National Sample Survey of Nurse Practitioners show that NPs are fast becoming just such
On the Pulse Hopkins nursing degree ribbon
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Lean on each other, AACN chief urges December class Remember the zebras, Deborah Trautman, PhD, RN, urged graduates at December’s Degree Completion Ceremony at Shriver Hall on the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus. Trautman, PhD, RN, executive director of the Center for Health Policy and Healthcare Transformation at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and CEO of
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