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Upcoming Events

  • Survey and happy hour for students/post-docs with mental health conditions, chronic illnesses, and disabilities
  • September 18
  • The Equal Access in Science and Medicine (EASM) committee invites all East Baltimore students and post-docs to attend a virtual happy hour on Friday, September 18th at 7 PM (Zoom link below). Bring your favorite beverage and snack and get to know fellow trainees who are working to make science and medicine more inclusive and supportive for people with disabilities, chronic illnesses, and mental health conditions! We are welcoming new members and are working to expand the scope of our programming to build community, provide educational resources, and advocate for trainees with these conditions.

    To this end, we kindly request that you complete this survey, which will enable us to learn more about the experiences of disabled trainees and to develop programming that best serves the needs and desires of this population. Feel free to share the survey link with other Johns Hopkins trainees- the more people who complete the survey, the better our understanding of how the EASM committee can support current and incoming trainees.

    Want more ways to follow us and keep in touch? We have a new website and Twitter account! Both share resources for disabled trainees, relevant events, and news surrounding disability! You can also sign up for our Listserv to get email updates.

    We always welcome additional ideas and look forward to seeing you on Friday, September 18th at 7 PM! Please contact us if you require disability-related accommodations for this event.

    Zoom Link:

    Passcode: 813630

  • Prayer Gathering for Racial Reconciliation
  • September 19
  • Please join the Fellowship of Christian Nurses in a morning prayer gathering for racial reconciliation featuring guest speakers Dr. Steven A. Johnson and Minister Nicole Y. Johnson.  

    Dr. Steven A. Johnson is a Baltimore native and has served faithfully in various capacities in the House of God for the past 33 years. He holds a Doctor of Ministry & Master of Divinity degrees from Family Bible Seminary in Catonsville, Maryland. In 2006, Dr. Johnson was ordained to the Office of Pastor. He began the work of prayer, fasting, planning, and development of the ministry. Dr. Johnson was elevated to a Full Time Ministry in 2009 and served as Pastor & Founder of Abundant Faith Ministries from 2009 to 2017. Since then, Dr. Johnson has served the Lord and the ministry community as Pastoral Consultant, Mentor & Spiritual Advisor, curriculum consultation for Christian Education programs (Vacation Bible School & Christian Schools) and Leadership Training & Development.

    Dr. Johnson, and his wife Nicole, have also successfully counseled troubled marriages back to health with God’s help and pre-marital counseling. Dr. Johnson is married to Nicole Johnson, and they are parents of three adult children and have one grandchild.

    Minister Nicole Johnson’s mantra is an agent of change (Change stands for: Considerate, Humble, Anointed, Nurturer, Godly, and Enlightened). She accepted her calling to ministry and was licensed as a Minister of the Gospel in 2008. Minister Nicole has since dedicated her life to the empowerment of women through women’s ministry. In 2009, Minister Nicole became the founder and CEO of Word for A Women Ministries and the host of an annual women’s conference. Minister Nicole is a conference speaker, mentor, serves in marriage ministry and counseling with her husband, seniors ministry outreach for 19 years, and emotional wholeness coach.

    Minister Nicole is a doctoral candidate, a Registered Nurse for 20+ years, and teaches as Clinical Faculty at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her family. Minister Nicole is married to Dr. Steven Johnson, and they have three children and a one-year-old grandson.

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We offer programs designed to fit the needs of a diverse student population. From pre-licensure programs to Master's, DNP and PhD programs, online options, and post-degree opportunities, the School of Nursing offers more nursing possibilities for more people in a variety of places, times, and formats.
  • "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
  • "I am interested in helping patients heal at the bedside. I’m interested in being part of the team."
    Tameka Cottman, Master's
  • "I've learned how to be a better teacher."
    Lisa-Marie Williams, Post-Degree
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The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Launches a Dual DNP/MPH Degree with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health announce the launch of a dual-degree Doctor of Nursing Practice Executive/Master of Public Health (DNP/MPH) program.
Award Aug 10, 2020
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Announces New Inductees in the American Academy of Nursing
Five faculty from the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing have been selected for induction as fellows of the American Academy of Nursing.
Award May 26, 2020
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Receives $4.3M Grant to Launch National Center to Improve Care for People with Disabilities
Through a $4.3 million grant, the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) will become a national center dedicated to improving health and function of people with disabilities and their caregivers.
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Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Launches Free COVID-19: Effective Nursing in Times of Crisis Course
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing has developed a free COVID-19: Effective Nursing in Times of Crisis course, available to join now on leading social learning platform, FutureLearn.

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