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12/03/2004 - East Baltimore Nursing Alumni to Merge
To mark its 100th anniversary, the Church Home & Hospital School of Nursing Alumni Association will present to the JHUSON a check in the amount of $100,000.00 at a special event at the Hopkins School of Nursing on December 3, 2004
11/29/2004 - Johns Hopkins Nursing Fall Issue Highlights Nursing Trends
Highlights several issues facing nursing and nursing education today: the changing demographic of nursing students; nurses working past the traditional retirement age; birthing companions in the delivery room; and the Congressional Nurse Reinvestment Act.
11/12/2004 - Johns Hopkins Offers Nurse Educator and Patient Safety Academies
Two new week-long education programs—the Nurse Educator Academy and the Patient Safety Academy—are the latest offerings developed through a unique partnership between the JHUSON and the Johns Hopkins Hospital (JHH) Department of Nursing.
10/21/2004 - The School of Nursing Announces Recent Accomplishments of Its Faculty, Students, and Staff
Accomplishments of the students, faculty, and staff at JHUSON.
10/18/2004 - SON to Participate in Montgomery County Campus Open House
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing will participate for the first time in the Open House to be held on November 10, 2004, at Hopkins' Montgomery County Campus
09/16/2004 - Dean's Lecture Addresses Nursing Shortage and African American Communities
Underscoring the growing role that information technology plays in the delivery of health care, The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON) and Eclipsys Corporation have signed a letter of intent to launch a unique academic partnership.
09/09/2004 - Hopkins & Eclipsys Working to Re-Engineer Nursing Curriculum with Clinical IT
Hopkins nurse educators plan to use the partnership to develop and implement curriculum that incorporates Eclipsys' advanced information technology solutions, hardware and expertise.
08/30/2004 - Hopkins School of Nursing to Host Fall Open House
Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing will host a Fall Open House on Saturday, October 16, 2004, for students interested in undergraduate, master’s, postmaster’s, doctoral and certificate nursing programs.
08/19/2004 - Hopkins Nursing Faculty Elected to American Academy of Nursing
August 3, 2004 - Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing faculty members Miyong Kim, PhD, RN, and Daniel Sheridan, PhD, RN, have been elected Fellows in the American Academy of Nursing.
08/09/2004 - JHUSON Nurses Speak at Pacific Nursing Conference
Three Hopkins nurses participated in the 17th Annual Pacific Nursing Research Conference, held in Honolulu, Hawaii in March.
08/04/2004 - Hopkins Partners in First Doctoral Education of Nurses in China
A collaborative education effort launched this month by the nursing schools at The Johns Hopkins University (JHU) and Peking Union Medical College (PUMC) will create the first nursing doctoral-level (PhD) program in China.
07/08/2004 - Income and Race May Predict Women’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Referral, Enrollment
Disparities in the rates of referral and subsequent enrollment in outpatient cardiac rehabilitation can be linked to income and race, according to a study published in the July issue of The Journal of General Internal Medicine.
06/16/2004 - Hopkins Pilots Fast-Track Program to Address Nurse Shortage Crisis
The looming crisis of a worldwide shortage of nurses has led the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing to expand its student enrollment through a new accelerated second degree entry point for the education of future nurses.
06/08/2004 - Nightingala Raises $264K for SON Community Health
Early accounting for Saturday night's sold out auction and concert indicate the SON 2004 Nightingala event brought in $264,868 to benefit the SON's community health programs.
06/08/2004 - SON Ranks 8th in NIH Funding
Johns Hopkins has moved up once again in the rankings of NIH funding to nursing schools nationwide.
06/07/2004 - Hopkins Program Sets Nurse Practitioners On Fast Track For Acute Care Certification
A new accelerated post-master’s program allows nurse practitioners with previous acute care experience to acquire the advanced knowledge and skills necessary for practice as certified acute care nurse practitioners in two semesters.
05/24/2004 - Commencement 2004
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing Diploma and Award Ceremony was held the afternoon of May 20 on the Homewood campus in Shriver Hall.
05/14/2004 - Nightingala 2004: A Musical Tribute to John Denver
The School of Nursing has joined forces with the M.U.S.E. Foundation to present “A Musical Tribute to John Denver” at the Peabody Concert Hall
04/30/2004 - Hopkins Celebrates National Nurses Week, May 6-12
Johns Hopkins Nursing joins the nationwide recognition of America's 2.7 million registered nurses with this year’s National Nurses Week.
03/19/2004 - Nursing Student Investigates STD Screening Among Battered Women
Phyllis Sharps and Megan O'Brien Gold Nursing senior Megan O’Brien Gold has conducted original research on the rates of STDs among battered women and proposed improvements in testing methods.
02/19/2004 - Who Will Care for Us?
People turning 50 today have about half their adult lives ahead of them, and each year more than four million men and women join their ranks, according to AARP. Who will care for their health as they grow older?
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