Post Archive

Maximizing the Hopkins Experience

By Christoper Reed ’06 For the past three generations in my family there has always been a nurse: My great grandmother, my...
On the Pulse | 12/01/05

In Memoriam

Marion D’Lugoff, APRN, MA, assistant professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (SON) and a health care crusader for...
On the Pulse | 12/01/05

Letters to the Editor

The editorial staff of Johns Hopkins Nursing wishes to acknowledge the assistance provided by Mary Frances (“Fran”) Keen, Class of...
On the Pulse | 12/01/05

Howard Hughes Fellows Make Their Mark

By David Sheridan and Jackie Powder Last summer, the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing was again one of 91 medical research...
On the Pulse | 12/01/05

Campbell Named IOM Scholar-in-Residence

By Lynn Schultz-Writsel School of Nursing professor Jacquelyn C. Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN, internationally recognized for her research...
On the Pulse | 12/01/05

ACTing to Improve Safety

By Kelly Brooks-Staub Health care is either safe or it isn’t. There is no middle ground, no ‘kind-of safe’ health care,”...
On the Pulse | 12/01/05