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Meet Our Faculty

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.

Departments

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

Statistics

  • 184 faculty members
  • 79 joint faculty appointments throughout Johns Hopkins University
  • 6 endowed chairs
  • 46% of full-time ranked faculty are Fellows in the American Academy of Nursing

 

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News 

Nurse Nominations Open for An Evening with the Stars 2016
May 23, 2016 9:00:00 AM EDT

Nurse award nominations have opened for the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s An Evening with the Stars event....Click here to read more.

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing To Offer a New Pathway to the Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree
May 4, 2016 9:52:00 AM EDT

The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) announces a new pathway to the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree that will prepare nurses at the highest level of nursing practice and provide a seamless progression to advance their roles and become leaders in health care....Click here to read more.

New Study Shows Social-Behavioral Readiness in Kindergartners Impacts Long-Term Success
Mar 14, 2016 2:52:00 PM EDT

Children who enter kindergarten behind in social-behavioral development are more likely to be held back, need more individualized supports and services, and be suspended or expelled, according to new research by the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s Deborah Gross, DNSc, RN, FAAN, Amie Bettencourt, PhD, and Grace Ho, PhD, RN. The recently-released study, which focused on Baltimore City Public Schools, resonates nationwide as social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties are now top chronic disabilities affecting children....Click here to read more.

 

Faculty Blogs

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  1. Nurses—They’re Stressed

    It doesn’t make the news as one of the “Top 10” most stressful jobs, and yet research consistently shows just how stressful the profession of nursing really is. So much so that 24 percent of ICU nurses and 14 percent ... Read More »

    Tue, 26 Apr 2016 13:19:22 +0000http://blogs.nursing.jhu.edu/nurses-theyre-stressed/
  2. Preemies Need Breast Milk, Too

    Business Insider released an article titled, “Good pumping routine key to giving preemies breast milk.” The focus of this article is around a study conducted in the U.K. regarding the importance of breastfeeding and how preemie babies do not have the strength ... Read More »

    Mon, 25 Apr 2016 17:23:03 +0000http://blogs.nursing.jhu.edu/preemies-need-breast-milk-too/
  3. Legacy: Living and Coming of Age Inside the Redline

    Wednesday night was the first of four discussions for the Red-Lining Baltimore series focused on racism and neighborhood policies in Baltimore, sponsored by the 21st Century Cities initiative. Johns Hopkins had a strong presence at the event as the following people were ... Read More »

    Fri, 08 Apr 2016 14:17:59 +0000http://blogs.nursing.jhu.edu/legacy-living-and-coming-of-age-inside-the-redline/
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