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Upcoming Events

  • Danger Assessment Workshop
  • November 20
  • The Psychiatric Mental Health Student Interest Group presents a workshop led by Dr. Jacquelyn Campbell, creator of the Danger Assessment Tool. Learn best nursing practice assessment of domestic and intimate partner violence through workshopping the tool. As a special benefit offered by Dr. Campbell, student attendees will be eligible to become certified in Danger Assessment at no cost (a $125 value). 
  • The Importance of Resilience and A Positive Attitude with Anne Mekalian
  • November 20
  • Join SON Student Affairs for a talk with Anne Mekalian. While teaching third grade, Anne developed a cough and cold and quickly developed into sepsis. Within five days she was in the ICU at St. Joseph's Hospital. Septic shock and gangrene followed and she was given a fifteen percent chance of survival. Both of her legs below the knee and both arms below the elbow were amputated. After six weeks at St. Joe's she was transferred to Kernan Hospital for rehab, followed by a year of outpatient rehab. This is the story of her recovery for the past eight years.  

    Anne’s  message about the importance of resilience and a positive attitude is applicable to all of us and especially those undergoing a life threatening experience.

    Anne graduated from the University of Delaware with a B.S. in Education, and Johns Hopkins with a Master of Liberal Arts. She is the subject of a documentary film, DRIVING MRS. M, tracing her recovery during  the past eight years with the incredible love and support of her third graders.

    We hope you can attend this inspiring event!

    Lunch will be served – Please RSVP
  • Visiting Faculty Presentation-Malene van Schaik, MA, MSc
  • November 21
  • “CURA: low-threshold clinical ethics support for nurses”

    Malene van Schaik is a Junior Researcher and PhD student from The Netherlands. She works at the Medical Humanities department at the Amsterdam UMC, VUMC. Her research focusses on how care professionals (specifically nurses) can be supported in dealing with morally challenging situations in palliative care.

    Together with colleagues and stakeholders, she created a clinical ethics support instrument called CURA. This four-step instrument can be used independently by professionals in either small group settings or alone. It helps to express moral doubts and emotions, helps with perspective taking and to come to a careful assessment on what one can do when confronted with morally challenging situations.

    During the presentation, she will introduce the instrument and we will have a chance to discuss its feasibility for American nurses.

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  • "There are more opportunities than you can possibly ever take advantage of."
    Anthony T. Pho, Master's
  • "I am interested in helping patients heal at the bedside. I’m interested in being part of the team."
    Tameka Cottman, Master's
  • "My mother will tell you that it all started from a commercial I saw on TV when I was 5 years old."
    Gibran Mancus, Doctoral
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Award Nov 7, 2019
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s Cynda Rushton Earns STTI Spirit of Renewal Award
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing faculty Cynda Hylton Rushton, PhD, RN, FAAN, is recipient of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (Sigma) 2019 Daniel J. Pesut Spirit of Renewal Award.
Award Nov 4, 2019
Hopkins Nursing Excellence Celebrated at 8th Annual Evening with the Stars
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing recognized outstanding nurses, preceptors, faculty, students, and staff at its 8th annual Evening with the Stars event on November 2.
Award Oct 16, 2019
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Receives HEED Award for Excellence in Diversity
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing has earned the 2019 Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from Insight into Diversity magazine for the second year in a row.
Award Oct 10, 2019
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Alumni Earns Woodrow Wilson Award for Distinguished Government Service
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) alumna and Congresswoman Lauren Underwood has earned the Woodrow Wilson Award for Distinguished Government Service from the Johns Hopkins University.

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