Sometimes you stumble upon that in which you’re passionate about while other times it stumbles upon you, for Cierra McDonald a graduate student at the University of Maryland in College Park, it was both. “ I absolutely love writing for Johns Hopkins Nursing because I can fuse my passion for journalism with health into this creative melting pot.”1 Articles
Originally from Ewa Beach, Jasmine is a blogger and member of the Fall-Entry Accelerated Bachelor's 2015 cohort. Her interests include public health, maternal/child health, neuroscience and psychiatric nursing, and using nursing to work toward social justice. She loves cooking ambitiously, trivia, visiting beautiful places, and going to cafes to drink tea and read. Her favorite hormone is oxytocin and she adores the Pacific Northwest.1 Articles
Sue De Pasquale is an award-winning writer and editor who specializes in creating new publications and re-thinking existing ones. After a dozen years at the helm of Johns Hopkins Magazine, she launched the Johns Hopkins Alumni Magazine Consortium, a consulting group that has worked with many Hopkins publications, including Johns Hopkins Nursing.1 Articles
The managing editor has traditionally served as the soul and spirit of Johns Hopkins Nursing, and so we welcome Chris Atkins Godack, marketing and communications director at the school, to that role. She assumes it at a very important time for the publication as we work to serve an increasingly web-based readership while maintaining the relevance of a printed periodical that has served the nursing community so well through the years. We look forward eagerly to her input and guidance.