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Through a New Lens

Written by Shiree M. Southerland ’05, PhD, CHES “Journeying to Durban, South Africa was an experience fraught with many expectations. I...
On the Pulse | 12/01/04

Second Opinion

In this forum for discussing the “hot button” issues facing the nursing profession today, we welcome your thoughts and opinions. Check...
On the Pulse | 12/01/04

Hill's Side

Each day we are bombarded by all types of media with reports about the safety and quality of patient care. Too much of the time, the...
On the Pulse | 12/01/04

The New Labor Movement

Doulas are an increasingly welcome presence for women in the throes of childbirth. The school’s Birth Companions Program is preparing...
Past Issues | 12/01/04

The Changing Face of Nursing

In 1990, the School of Nursing admitted its first group of students in a new accelerated class of baccalaureate students. The intense...
Past Issues | 12/01/04

Act Now

Senator Barbara Mikulski, who led the way within Congress in establishing the Nurse Reinvestment Act, talks candidly about the legislation,...
Past Issues | 12/01/04

Happy Un-Retirement

Nationally, half of all nurses working today were born during the baby-boom years. What will happen as they near traditional retirement...
Past Issues | 12/01/04

Bench to Bedside

Rehab Referral Crucial to Cardiac Patients Toward Meeting the Spiritual Needs of the Terminally Ill An Extra Push for Colorectal Screening...
Past Issues | 12/01/04