Professor Deborah Gross, a number of Johns Hopkins School of Nursing graduates, and several Johns Hopkins Hospital (JHH)-affiliated nurses have been named to Baltimore Magazine’s list of Top Nurses for 2020.
Gross has led development and successful trials of the innovative Chicago Parent Program, which improves parenting skills and reduces child behavior problems. She is the Leonard and Helen Stulman Endowed Professor in Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing and a member of the Sigma International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame.
Graduate winners include Moira Baynes, MSN ’16 (JHH); Peter Cornell, BSN ’03/MSN ’06 (JHH); Cathy Karska, BSN ’11; Corin Mauldin, BSN ’09; Pawla Menga, MSN ’13 (JHU senior research nurse); and Catherine Michaelis, BSN ’94.
Other Top Nurse 2020 winners from Johns Hopkins Hospital and its affiliates include Wilma Berends (Johns Hopkins Medicine International Clinical Quality and Safety); Tonya Bradley (Johns Hopkins Bayview); Amy Brown (JHH); Lisa Brune (Johns Hopkins Home Care); Nathasha Hamler (Johns Hopkins Home Care); Angela Leppert (JHH); Gina Vickery (Johns Hopkins Bayview); and Karen White (Johns Hopkins Home Care).