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  • Monthly Educational Event hosted by Sigma Nu Beta at-Large Chapter
  • June 27
  • The Sigma Nu Beta at-Large Chapter officers would like to invite you to their monthly educational event.

    Speaker: Dr. Hepzibah Samuel

    Educational Topic: “Inquiry-based learning among nursing students: An international perspective”

    Date: Thursday, June 27th, 2019

    Time: 12noon – 1 pm

    Place: SON Pinkard Building, Room 10


    Dr. Hephzibah is a faculty of Health, Education, Medicine, and Social Care at the Anglia Ruskin University in Chelmsford, United Kingdom.  She will be presenting her mixed methods research comparing the expectations and experiences of Inquiry-Based Learning among nursing students in India and the United Kingdom.

    Please come and listen to an international perspective.

    Refreshments will be served! 

  • Sex Week (with interactive art exhibit and anonymous question box)
  • July 01
  • Join Nurses for Sexual and Reproductive Health for a week of sexual health focused programming. 


    A live public art display where we'll encourage you to anonymously share your thoughts, experiences, and fears about sex and sexuality on post-it notes in the SON 2nd Floor Lobby.

    Anonymous Question Box: Have a burning question about sex? Drop it in the box in the SON 2nd Floor lobby and we'll answer it by the end of the week!

    Monday July 1 @ noon: Lunchtime Introduction to Forensic Nursing and Trauma Informed Care w/ Dr. Bryan Hansen, Alison Butler, and Sarah Bristol, MSN, MPH
    Wednesday July 3
    @ noon: Sex Work 101 with Andre Shakti
    @6pm: Pleasure Mapping Workshop with Bianca Palmisano
    Friday July 5
    @1pm: Anonymous Question livestream via Zoom. Bianca Palmisano will answer questions submitted to our "Anonymous Question Box" in the School of Nursing lobby (and accept additional questions you have during the stream!) Join us here:

  • Lunchtime Introduction to Forensic Nursing and Trauma Informed Care
  • July 01
  • Join Nurses for Sexual and Reproductive Health for a discussion about Trauma-Informed Care and the role of forensic nurses in working with survivors of sexual assault in a variety of settings. 


    Dr. Bryan Hansen, School of Nursing, Adult forensic nurse examiner

    Alison Butler, MSN Class of Spring 2020, Victim Advocate

    Sarah Bristol, MSN, MPH, RN, FNE-A, SANE-A, Clinical Nurse Manager for DC Forensic Nurse Examiners

    Lunch will be served.

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Meet Our Students


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Eight Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Faculty to Become FAANs
Eight faculty from the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing have been selected for induction as fellows of the American Academy of Nursing (AAN).
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The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Will Launch Doctoral Program for Nurse Anesthetists
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing announces a nurse anesthesiology option available starting in May 2020 as part of the advanced practice track of the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program.
Award May 16, 2019
College Entrance for Baltimore’s MERIT Students is Earned, Not Bought
Graduating high-school seniors in the Baltimore-based MERIT Health Leadership Academy have earned over $9 million in scholarships and gained acceptance to some of the most prestigious universities across the country.
Award Apr 25, 2019
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Faculty Selected for Induction as AANP Fellows
Jason Farley, Kimberly McIltrot, and Vinciya Pandian have been selected for induction as Fellows of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.

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