Browsing: Spring 2016

Features Illustration by Robert John Paterson
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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…

Features Illustration by Livy Long
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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…

Features Scott Newton with Diana Money
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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…

Feedback Jessica Kensky and her husband
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The office phone rang a few days after the Summer 2013 issue of Johns Hopkins Nursing magazine had mailed. It was Jessica Kensky’s father. He was grateful for the thoughts and prayers for his daughter, injured terribly along with her husband in the Boston Marathon bombing on April 15 of that year. The item in the
On The Issue Dean Patricia Davidson with a Saudi DNP
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"These honors bring with them a great sense of responsibility and humility. We must keep improving, keep moving the nursing profession forward." Spring has turned into awards season around here. First came the notification from U.S. News & World Report that the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing has been named No. 1 in the Best
On the Pulse
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Photo by Jon Christofersen Every Johns Hopkins School of Nursing student who took the most recent American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Family Nurse Practitioner and Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner primary care certification exams passed. Hopkins scored 70 points above the national average in the FNP exam and 46 points above the average in the AGNP exam.
On the Pulse
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U.S. News & World Report has named the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing as the No. 1 nursing graduate program in the country in its survey for 2017. The DNP program was ranked No. 2 in the first such rankings ever by U.S. News. Other JHSON rankings highlights: No. 1 in Administration—(tie) up from its
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