Workshops, charity events, appointments, awards, and presentations: The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing students and faculty do it all.
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON) fell silent at 2:50 p.m. yesterday, exactly one week after bombs went off amid spectators gathered at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
Of the many future nursing leaders who walk across a stage to receive a cherished diploma from the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, few get to make history before they’ve even returned to their seats.
The editors at the Daily Record didn’t have to tell us at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON) that our dean is one of the most influential people in Maryland. But they did anyway.
As the largest component of the health care workforce, nurses are increasingly called upon to coordinate and fill gaps in the care of patients while playing a crucial leadership role in how that care is administered.
As patient advocates, Johns Hopkins nurses know how to take a stand—but this fall, they’ve taken a seat instead.
A gala celebration Saturday evening, September 29 at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing will showcase the outstanding accomplishments of the nurses and nursing students who comprise “Johns Hopkins Nursing.”
Johns Hopkins nursing faculty and students are achieving recognition for their scholarship, practice and teaching.
From San Antonio to a metro stop in Paris, the Nursing Pin of the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON) is making its way around the world.
Three top nursing schools—Johns Hopkins University, University of Alabama at Birmingham, and Duke University—brought their deans to Florida last month to meet and talk with alumni about the changing role of nurses in disease prevention and coordination of healthcare.