Marlon Caballero started his healthcare career in an unexpected place: On the farm where he grew up. With a degree in animal science—and a plan to become a veterinarian—Caballero began working in animal-based research. After helping in other clinical research ("with two-legged patients") and volunteering in a burn unit, he discovered nursing.
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers study in a specialized 13- or 17-month accelerated program that features unique opportunities through award-winning community outreach initiatives. In exchange for work in community health nursing, Fellows receive financial assistance or scholarships to help cover the cost of tuition.
The power of choice defines the very best of career education. If you have already earned a bachelor's degree, you are familiar with your unique learning style, professional goals, and scheduling needs. The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing offers you four program options that can accelerate your track to nursing practice, continue your studies through a master's program, or provide you clinical experience as you work toward advanced practice nursing.
13-month option, beginning each May, quickly guides motivated students through the bachelor's program. More
17-month option, beginning each August, offers students the flexibility of a longer course of study for a bachelor's program. More
Fall-entry option streamlines a course of study to prepare sought-after Clinical Nurse Specialists through an Accelerated BS program, a one-year paid residency as a full-time inpatient nurse at a Johns Hopkins-affiliated hospital, and a part-time master’s course of study. More
Flexible, individualized option, currently available in the Summer- and Fall-Entry Accelerated program, that offers graduates the opportunity to develop the breadth of knowledge and the analytic and practical skills needed by private and public sector employers. More
A year ago we were sitting in P&A lab learning to take manual blood pressures and auscultating mannequins for crackles and murmurs. Now, as my cohort has reached our last week of transitions it’s shocking to look back and see ... Read More »
Hello, everyone! So sorry we are just now writing our first blog for our Public Health trip to St. Croix! For the next ten days, Emily Sammis, Danielle Slatt, Marco Oldsman, Jerica Ladin, Marisa Cipolla, Erika Shorr, Virginia Conaway, Dr. ... Read More »
As I flushed the toilet Thursday morning, I did not feel the need to say, “Goodbye forever!” I simply told the porcelain bowl’s contents, “See you later!” I usually take indoor plumbing for granted, but yesterday the group of Public ... Read More »