Browsing: Spring 2017

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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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I’ve written before re: initials in your magazine and you reduced them a lot but not enough! Reading the first 11 pages I came across 15 CAPITAL LETTERS. It disturbs the relaxing flow of reading for me. I’m 85 now (Class of ’53) and always look forward to what’s included in your improving publication. Perhaps you
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"Every journey in nursing begins with a commitment." The other day as I was walking down the main staircase of the Pinkard Building, I looked right and admired the beauty of spring’s arrival just beyond the wall of windows. To my left, the absolutely best and brightest of nursing students quizzed and urged each other
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School places second in 2018 U.S. News survey, QS World 2017 list The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing has been ranked as the No. 2 graduate nursing school by U.S. News & World Report for 2018 and No. 2 in the world by QS World University for 2017. “The rankings are a testament to our
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Children’s book inspires lifestyle changes for families “Eat more fruits and vegetables, and exercise 30 minutes a day,” read the nutrition card. If it were that easy, everyone would be fit, says Instructor Audra Rankin, DNP, APRN, who admits she was often guilty of using a similar mantra that rarely sparked change within her pediatric
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The Johns Hopkins Nursing Student Senate, a year in the planning, is now a reality. Student Affairs worked with students from a variety of programs to develop a structure and constitution that allow for a unified student voice and a greater sense of community among the student body. The Senate will advocate for students, act
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SAVE THE DATE NOVEMBER 11, 2017 An Evening With the Stars Join in the fun as we add more of the best nurses from the Johns Hopkins family to the galaxy of nursing stars. Watch for updates—and your chance to nominate a colleague, a teacher, or a mentor—at nursing.jhu.edu/stars.
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By Amber Zupancic-Albin Each issue, a member of the Johns Hopkins Nursing community will address a workplace or classroom concern in straightforward terms. There are several lectures from nursing school that reside somewhere in the foggy abyss of my brain, yet I distinctly remember the lectures regarding the Nurse Practice Act. Mostly, I recall feeling