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Faculty member Nicole Warren and student

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing's faculty are nationally and internationally recognized for their expertise. Key areas of research include: cardiovascular health; disease prevention and risk reduction; women’s health; care at end of life; community-based health promotion; and health care for diverse populations.


Acute and Chronic Care

Addresses patients and families who have acute and/or chronic health problems and is chaired by Dr. Elizabeth Sloand. Visit Department

Community-Public Health

Centers on community and public health care in urban/rural areas and international settings and is chaired by Dr. Christine Savage. Visit Department


  • 184 faculty members
  • 79 joint faculty appointments throughout Johns Hopkins University
  • 6 endowed chairs
  • 30% of full-time ranked faculty are Fellows in the American Academy of Nursing


Smartphone Apps to Link South African Patients with Deadly Disease to Care
Mar 30, 2015 11:57:00 AM EDT
phoneAn initiative led by Associate Professor Jason Farley, in conjunction with emocha, a mobile health platform that supports applications for remote patient management, has launched a system in South Africa to link thousands of patients afflicted with multi-drug resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) to specialized clinics for care....Click here to read more.
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Ranked #2 by U.S. News & World Report
Mar 10, 2015 8:10:00 AM EDT

studentU.S. News & World Report has once again named the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) as one of the top 5 accredited nursing school graduate programs in the nation, ranking it #2 in its survey for 2016. JHSON tied for the second place ranking with University of California—San Francisco. In addition, JHSON’s online graduate nursing programs were recently ranked #3 by U.S. News & World Report....Click here to read more.

Violence to Homecare Workers Means New Policies Needed
Mar 4, 2015 11:18:00 AM EST

When it comes to caring for older adults, there is a shift to a consumer-driven model that focuses on keeping patients in their homes and out of institutional care facilities. It’s an arrangement that can benefit both the patient and the healthcare system, but new research by Johns Hopkins School of Nursing professor Nancy Glass and colleagues shows that the personnel working in patient homes are often at risk for harassment and violence with no plan of prevention....Click here to read more.


Faculty Blogs

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  1. Movers and Shakers

    When it comes to interprofessional education, the conga line usually forms behind Elizabeth “Ibby” Tanner. So it’s no surprise to see her out front again, leading an interprofessional troupe of students in the annual Geriatric Interest Group’s Senior Prom (and ... Read More »

    Mon, 13 Apr 2015 16:02:58 +0000
  2. A Nice View

    Sincere congratulations to the top-ranked schools of nursing on U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools list for 2016. It is exciting to find ourselves among you once again, and we look forward to remaining so as the rankings ... Read More »

    Tue, 10 Mar 2015 12:00:10 +0000
  3. Ebola: Nurses on the Front Line

    The Ebola outbreak has evoked widespread fear and serious ethical concerns for nurses, and all health care workers.  Given the uncertainty surrounding Ebola’s treatment and transmission, nurses are understandably concerned about how to weigh their personal risks with their professional ... Read More »

    Mon, 20 Oct 2014 18:18:25 +0000
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