"I have a passion for teaching and helping students connect with children and families, not only to provide excellent care but also to make a difference in their lives when they are most in need."
Kathryn Kushto-Reese is a nurse educator at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing who loves teaching her students practical aspects of pediatric community care. Her core interest in education, publication, and presentation has been on improving the health and well-being of children in the community. Much of her clinical work centers on underserved, urban children and youth, particularly with respect to asthma care and education. In the classroom at the school, Kushto-Reese emphasizes child health issues, promoting the application of critical thinking skills to complex pediatric nursing situations, educating students about dosage calculation, coordinating the skills lab for new nursing students, and implementing new teaching strategies for student learning.
School health nursing; caring for children with asthma; underserved populations/children.