Amanda Rohde, MSN, RN
Amanda Rohde is a nurse clinician II-M on a 23-bed medical/surgical telemetry unit at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, serving as a preceptor for new hires and newly graduated nurses. She is also a facilitator of the Comprehensive Unit-Based Safety Program (CUSP) and project leader for an evidence-based practice project on “order fatigue."
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2018 Student-selected speaker at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Lighting of the Lamp Ceremony (3rd and 4th Cohorts)
2017 Nurse Leader for Sigma Theta Tau
2012 Maternal/Newborn Award for the May 2012 CCBC Nursing graduating class