Last week the second semester in the Accel ’12 program ended. Congrats! We’re half-nurses now. Does the mean that if someone gets sick on a plane we can try to help out? Better not risk it. Calling the end of the semester busy would be an understatement. It was packed. We had bake sales, the Dean’s dinner, a meetup at the Washington monument for the tree lighting, etc. Oh and finals. But we can all forget about that now, since the after party was oh so much better.
Also since it was cool but not snowing during the end of this semester, many of the students started dressing in pretty fashionable clothes. Here’s a small taste of the fashionistas that graced our halls:
Episode 20: Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice
Robert Atkins, Executive Vice Dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, joins the show to discuss the values of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice, and what they mean for nursing in the 21st century. Podcast References & Resources: Diversity is a Living Thing—Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Robert Atkins, Executive Vice Dean at the…
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