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Last November, nine teams of Hopkins nursing students, alumni, faculty, and staff received art supplies…

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When it comes to nursing education, African Americans tend to aim for more advanced degrees, yet their percentage among all U.S. nurses is far lower than it is in the general U.S. population. Phyllis Sharps, PhD, RN, FAAN, intends to find out what is behind that disconnect as a key step toward correcting it.

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The Hopkins nurse has never been one to stand on the sidelines. So it is especially fitting that two students of the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing were among the many great stories to spring from a banner year for 2013 NFL champion Baltimore Ravens. From the grit and valor of an Iraq war veteran to the savvy and determination of a scholarship contest competitor, the best attributes of Hopkins nurse leaders were on full display.

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Nurses Commit to New, Life-Saving Medical Advance by Elizabeth Heubeck Six-year-old Kelly Whitten has endured…

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