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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.


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. Dr. Hae-Ra Han is the interim chair. Visit Department


  • 67 Full Time Faculty
  • 110 Joint Faculty Appointments
  • 85 Adjunct Faculty Appointments
  • 6 Endowed Chairs
  • 36% of full-time ranked faculty are Fellows in the American Academy of Nursing

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Five-star Nurses Celebrated at Gala
Oct 1, 2014 1:45:00 PM EDT

With 125 years of history and the first hints of autumn in the air beneath a tent (just in case) at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, five newly minted Shining Stars got their moments in the spotlight at the third-annual Evening With the Stars gala....Click here to read more.

Rushton Named Fellow in Bioethics
Sep 29, 2014 9:09:00 AM EDT

rushtonProfessor Cynda H. Rushton, PhD, RN, FAAN, has been named a 2014 Hastings Center Fellow for her eminent accomplishments in bioethics. She will be inducted at the Annual Hastings Center Fellows Meeting on October 16 in San Diego. As a fellow, Rushton will help the Center accomplish its mission of researching, collaborating, and addressing medical and environmental ethical issues....Click here to read more.

Simulation's 50% Solution
Sep 24, 2014 8:35:00 AM EDT

NCSBN study shows similar educational outcomes when half of hard-to-find clinical hours are replaced with clinical simulation

nursing schoolIn a city like Baltimore, part of a major medical region, competition for clinical placements makes finding open slots for nursing students a constant challenge. So a study showing that up to half of those clinical hours can be replaced in a high-quality simulation lab with no drop-off in learning is welcome news for the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) as well as nursing schools across the nation....Click here to read more.

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