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10/20/2000 - Korean Americans At Risk For High Blood Pressure
A Johns Hopkins study of Korean Americans found that they have hypertension at rates much higher than other Americans or their counterparts in Korea.
10/17/2000 - School of Nursing Names New Director for PhD Program
Jerilyn K. Allen, ScD, RN, FAAN, has been named director of the PhD program at The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.
10/05/2000 - Nursing Professionals Unite to Improve End-of-Life Care for Patients and Families
Leaders from 22 national nursing organizations representing 463,000 nurses gathered September 10-14 in Baltimore to attend the Nursing Leadership Academy in End-of-Life Care.
09/29/2000 - School of Nursing Launches New Web Site
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing launched a newly designed web page today that features an easy-to-navigate format, a colorful photo tour of the building, and detailed information about the school’s academic programs and research efforts.
09/13/2000 - National Nursing Leader to Give Annual Lecture
New Era Leadership Skills is the title of a leadership lecture to be held Wednesday, November 15, 2000 at 3:00 p.m. given by Maryann Fralic, DrPH, RN, FAAN, professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.
09/05/2000 - Hopkins School of Nursing Launches Updated Website
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing launched a newly designed web page today that features an easy-to-navigate format, a colorful photo tour of the building, and detailed information about the school’s academic programs and research efforts.
07/01/2000 - Merck Scholars Program to Offer Scholarship to Case Management Academy
Merck & Co. will offer a full scholarship to the Case Management Academy presented by the Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing.
04/03/2000 - School of Nursing Graduate Program Ranks in Nation's Top Five
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing graduate program tied for fifth place in the nation, according to a ranking published April 3, 2000 in U.S. News & World Report.
02/01/2000 - Hopkins Nurse Receives Grant To Improve End-Of-Life Care
Cindy Hylton Rushton, DNSc, RN, FAAN, assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, received a $200,000 grant from the Open Society Institute to develop a National Nursing Leadership Institute on End-of-Life Care.
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