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News Archives - 1998
|11/01/1998 - Hopkins Nursing Student Named Fuld Fellow
Kimberly Connolly, a junior at The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, is one of 20 nursing students nationwide to be named a Fuld Fellow.
|10/01/1998 - Nursing Professor is First African American Female to Receive Tenure and Full Professorship at Hopkins
Dr. Gaston-Johansson the first African American female at the University to have both tenure and full professorship.
|01/01/1998 - New Family Nurse Practitioner Programs
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing is now accepting applications for a master’s and postmaster’s Family Nurse Practitioner major that will begin in September 1998.
|01/01/1998 - O'Rourke Named New Admissions Director for School of Nursing
Mary B. O'Rourke has been named director of admissions and student services for The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.
|01/01/1998 - Tours of the New School of Nursing Building
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is offers tours of the new building.
|01/01/1998 - New Critical Care Focus for Undergraduate Curriculum
A new enhancement to our undergraduate curriculum is the Critical Care Focus designed for students who have made a firm career choice in acute/critical care nursing.
|01/01/1998 - Hopkins Business of Nursing Program
As methods of health care delivery expand, nurses increasingly must be prepared to address the growing challenges in the areas of managed care and finance.
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