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50 States, 50 Stories, 50 Reasons Why

In every town, across all 50 states, nurses are the innovative leaders who focus on communities, social determinants of health, and the...
United States of Nursing | 11/10/22

3rd Annual Lavinia Dock Lecture Series

Lavinia Dock was a pioneer both in nursing education at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, and social activism, fighting disparities...
What Nurses Need to Know | 10/25/22

A Data-Driven Policy Maker

Alumna Lauren Underwood serves Illinois’ 14th Congressional District and is the first woman and first person of color to represent...
United States of Nursing | 10/18/22

Following Your Moral Code

Danielle Miller, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Alumna and CEO of Stars and Stripes Consulting LLC, shares her experience: When I attended...
United States of Nursing | 10/14/22

The United States of Nursing

In every town, across all 50 states, nurses are the innovative leaders who focus on communities, social determinants of health, and the...
United States of Nursing | 10/12/22

The Pacific Divide

A typical day for Almila Kakinc, MSN, RN, involves a lot of calls triaging a variety of patients. No two patients are the same,...
United States of Nursing | 10/11/22

Duty Through Data

Anisha Abdul-Ali, DNP, MPH, BSN, RN, is the Vice President of Data and Population Health at OCHIN in Portland, Oregon. OCHIN is a nonprofit...
United States of Nursing | 10/11/22

Homegrown Health

When working in emergency medicine, there is no such thing as a typical day. Dr. Angela Felton-Coleman, DNP, MSN-Ed, APRN, FNP-BC, knows...
United States of Nursing | 10/11/22

U.S. of Nursing: Vu Cares For You

The nursing journey is not defined by one specific path. Nursing is often depicted as rushing around the emergency room treating illness...
United States of Nursing | 10/11/22