Browsing: Summer 2016

On the Pulse
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Those three words, only nine letters, mean so much. Turn off what? The light, the television,…

Features
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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
Feedback stack of post-it notes
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You might have noticed at first touch that the Summer 2016 issue of Johns Hopkins Nursing is a bit ... svelte. The slenderizing is for a very specific reason: trading a little paper today to keep fresh news and notes coming to you more often than just three times a year. No, we're not killing the
On The Issue
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"We can think of no one better qualified to fill the position." It’s one thing to tell prospective students just how far a Johns Hopkins Nursing degree can take them. But it’s so much better and—for us—rewarding, to be able to show them. Meet alumna Deborah Baker, DNP, CRNP, senior vice president for nursing for
On the Pulse celebrating the 10th DNP cohort
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It was a day like few others for the Johns Hopkins Doctor of Nursing Practice program. First of all, it’s rare that DNP students from several cohorts are together on campus since so much of their learning experience is virtual. (And when individual cohorts are here, their days are packed full of activities, classes, seminars,
On the Pulse
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Nearly two dozen new members have been added to the faculty of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, an injection of experience and diversity that will enrich and enliven the educational experience here for years to come. A warm welcome to Rita D’aoust, associate dean for teaching and learning; assistant professors Yvonne Commodore-Mensah, Brian Hansen,
On the Pulse Colleen Keany of the MSN: Entry into Nursing program at a health fair at the Henderson-Hopkins School.
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Jonas Scholars More doctorally prepared nurses are needed everywhere, the front of the classroom being no exception. As faculty shortages remain a challenge and as health care demands more nurses who can practice and teach at higher levels, the Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence, through its Jonas Nurse Scholar Program, has maintained its support of
On the Pulse
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Watch our On the Pulse blog, in its new location on the Johns Hopkins Nursing website, for winners of this year’s Shining Star Awards. The awards will be officially presented at An Evening with the Stars on September 24. Winners will be announced in mid-August, part of a format change for An Evening with the
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