2022 was another exciting year for On The Pulse. We were named the top school of nursing blog on several lists and saw our readership expand more and more throughout the year. A lot has happened at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing in 2022, and now It is time we re-visit some of our favorite blogs from this past year.
Faculty experts at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing weigh in on trends shaping health in 2022 and beyond.
In the pandemic’s wake, with more virtual care available and a greater emphasis on prevention, access to care outside of the hospital setting is only growing.
In a short Q&A, Mirini talks about her non-traditional nursing role as the Director of Nursing at PocketRN.
“RNs, Nurse Practitioners, and Nurse Anesthetists are Among U.S. News World Report’s Top 10 Best Healthcare Jobs”
Nurses make up three of the top 10 best health care jobs for 2022, with nurse practitioners taking the top spot.
In this era of routine satellite launches, million-dollar joy rides to the edge of Earth’s atmosphere, crystal-clear images direct from the dusty surface of Mars, and even a fiery “closeup” picture of our Sun, it seems nothing in the world could possibly slow human efforts to explore space, to live on other planets, to raise families and establish businesses, to boldly go where none have ever gone before.
Nurses have been ranked the “most trusted profession” by a Gallup poll for 20 years in a row. In fact, the last time nurses weren’t ranked the most trusted profession was in deference to firefighters the year after September 11.
Check out these soon-to-be nurses who have made it to their second career! Even in challenging times, nursing is a great career choice.
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing researchers—faculty and students—have continued to set the bar high for depth, reach, and output.
Dr. Emma Mangano, DNP, PMHNP, walks us through a day in the life working in the Psychiatric Emergency Department.
From JHUSON Dean Sarah Szanton “Now more than ever, nursing leaders like those from the JHSON community must lead efforts to minimize the effects of this historic setback to our nation’s health.”
More On The Pulse Blogs:
- The Johns Hopkins Online Prerequisites for Health Profession Student Experience
- My First Teachers in Nursing School Weren’t Nurses
- Stronger Together: Resilience and Civic Action
- The Resilient Nurse, Episode 10: Burnout Among Nurses… and Health System Leaders
- Episode 33: School Nurses
About the Author: Sam DiStefano
Sam DiStefano is the Social Media and Digital Content Coordinator for the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. Sam works to bring the latest from JHUSON straight to your social media feeds and online reading.