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  • Designing Solutions for Health Challenges in Humanitarian Crises
  • June 23
  • All Johns Hopkins University nursing students are cordially invited to participate in the Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design's next Humanitarian Health Hackathon, scheduled to take place between Gaza and Baltimore from June 23-July 1, 2018. 

    A hackathon is an intensive design sprint-like event that brings together participants from multidisciplinary backgrounds and areas of expertise to solve a targeted problem. Hackathons are often used as a great venue to quickly develop novel solutions and technologies. This Humanitarian Health Design Hackathon will connect team members from both Baltimore and Gaza over the course of a week to address some of the most pressing healthcare challenges facing refugees in the Gaza Strip. The theme will be “Empowering First Responders” in Gaza.

    Expected Time Commitment: Hackathon participants are expected to participate full-time during the weekends of June 23-June 24 and June 30-July 1. During the week of June 25-June 29, participants will be expected to call in for joint sessions from 9 AM - 10 AM EST. Outside of these call-in sessions, participants will be expected to work remotely with their team members on their own agreed upon schedules.

    Saturday June 23: 8:00 AM EST - 6:00 PM EST

    Sunday June 24: 8:00 AM EST - 6:00 PM EST

    Monday June 25 - Friday June 29: Teams work together remotely on their own time, aside from a joint call-in session from 9 AM EST - 10 AM EST

    Saturday June 30: 8:00 AM EST - 5:00 PM EST

    Sunday July 1: 8:00 AM EST - 12:00 PM EST

    Who: Students undergoing Medical, Nursing, Public Health, Engineering, Design, and Business educational training.

    Where: Clark Hall Rm. 110, Rm. 210, Rm. 311B, Design Studio East & West

    Lecture Topics:

    1. Introduction to the Region, the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, status of Palestinian refugees in Gaza

    2. Principles of Design Thinking & Human-Centered Design

    3. Case studies of Engineering Health Solutions in Humanitarian Crises Settings

    4. Johns Hopkins University Emergency Care Overview

      1. What is emergency care?

      2. Emergency care pathway

      3. Basic First Aid Care and CPR Training

    5. Gaza Emergency Care Overview

      1. Emergency response/referral pathway

      2. Barriers to care

    6. Gaza First Responder Challenges

    7. Baltimore EMT/Emergency Responder

    8. Community Mental Health

    To register, please visit https://goo.gl/q9zRD1. If you have any questions, please reach out to Sofia Ahsanuddin, Project Manager, at sahsanu1@jhu.edu. We hope to see you there!
     
     
  • Designing Solutions for Health Challenges in Humanitarian Crises
  • June 24
  • All Johns Hopkins University nursing students are cordially invited to participate in the Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design's next Humanitarian Health Hackathon, scheduled to take place between Gaza and Baltimore from June 23-July 1, 2018. 

    A hackathon is an intensive design sprint-like event that brings together participants from multidisciplinary backgrounds and areas of expertise to solve a targeted problem. Hackathons are often used as a great venue to quickly develop novel solutions and technologies. This Humanitarian Health Design Hackathon will connect team members from both Baltimore and Gaza over the course of a week to address some of the most pressing healthcare challenges facing refugees in the Gaza Strip. The theme will be “Empowering First Responders” in Gaza.

    Expected Time Commitment: Hackathon participants are expected to participate full-time during the weekends of June 23-June 24 and June 30-July 1. During the week of June 25-June 29, participants will be expected to call in for joint sessions from 9 AM - 10 AM EST. Outside of these call-in sessions, participants will be expected to work remotely with their team members on their own agreed upon schedules.

    Saturday June 23: 8:00 AM EST - 6:00 PM EST

    Sunday June 24: 8:00 AM EST - 6:00 PM EST

    Monday June 25 - Friday June 29: Teams work together remotely on their own time, aside from a joint call-in session from 9 AM EST - 10 AM EST

    Saturday June 30: 8:00 AM EST - 5:00 PM EST

    Sunday July 1: 8:00 AM EST - 12:00 PM EST

    Who: Students undergoing Medical, Nursing, Public Health, Engineering, Design, and Business educational training.

    Where: Clark Hall Rm. 110, Rm. 210, Rm. 311B, Design Studio East & West

    Lecture Topics:

    1. Introduction to the Region, the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, status of Palestinian refugees in Gaza

    2. Principles of Design Thinking & Human-Centered Design

    3. Case studies of Engineering Health Solutions in Humanitarian Crises Settings

    4. Johns Hopkins University Emergency Care Overview

      1. What is emergency care?

      2. Emergency care pathway

      3. Basic First Aid Care and CPR Training

    5. Gaza Emergency Care Overview

      1. Emergency response/referral pathway

      2. Barriers to care

    6. Gaza First Responder Challenges

    7. Baltimore EMT/Emergency Responder

    8. Community Mental Health

    To register, please visit https://goo.gl/q9zRD1. If you have any questions, please reach out to Sofia Ahsanuddin, Project Manager, at sahsanu1@jhu.edu. We hope to see you there!
     
     
  • Designing Solutions for Health Challenges in Humanitarian Crises
  • June 25
  • All Johns Hopkins University nursing students are cordially invited to participate in the Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design's next Humanitarian Health Hackathon, scheduled to take place between Gaza and Baltimore from June 23-July 1, 2018. 

    A hackathon is an intensive design sprint-like event that brings together participants from multidisciplinary backgrounds and areas of expertise to solve a targeted problem. Hackathons are often used as a great venue to quickly develop novel solutions and technologies. This Humanitarian Health Design Hackathon will connect team members from both Baltimore and Gaza over the course of a week to address some of the most pressing healthcare challenges facing refugees in the Gaza Strip. The theme will be “Empowering First Responders” in Gaza.

    Expected Time Commitment: Hackathon participants are expected to participate full-time during the weekends of June 23-June 24 and June 30-July 1. During the week of June 25-June 29, participants will be expected to call in for joint sessions from 9 AM - 10 AM EST. Outside of these call-in sessions, participants will be expected to work remotely with their team members on their own agreed upon schedules.

    Saturday June 23: 8:00 AM EST - 6:00 PM EST

    Sunday June 24: 8:00 AM EST - 6:00 PM EST

    Monday June 25 - Friday June 29: Teams work together remotely on their own time, aside from a joint call-in session from 9 AM EST - 10 AM EST

    Saturday June 30: 8:00 AM EST - 5:00 PM EST

    Sunday July 1: 8:00 AM EST - 12:00 PM EST

    Who: Students undergoing Medical, Nursing, Public Health, Engineering, Design, and Business educational training.

    Where: Clark Hall Rm. 110, Rm. 210, Rm. 311B, Design Studio East & West

    Lecture Topics:

    1. Introduction to the Region, the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, status of Palestinian refugees in Gaza

    2. Principles of Design Thinking & Human-Centered Design

    3. Case studies of Engineering Health Solutions in Humanitarian Crises Settings

    4. Johns Hopkins University Emergency Care Overview

      1. What is emergency care?

      2. Emergency care pathway

      3. Basic First Aid Care and CPR Training

    5. Gaza Emergency Care Overview

      1. Emergency response/referral pathway

      2. Barriers to care

    6. Gaza First Responder Challenges

    7. Baltimore EMT/Emergency Responder

    8. Community Mental Health

    To register, please visit https://goo.gl/q9zRD1. If you have any questions, please reach out to Sofia Ahsanuddin, Project Manager, at sahsanu1@jhu.edu. We hope to see you there!
     
     
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  • "I am interested in helping patients heal at the bedside. I’m interested in being part of the team."
    Tameka Cottman, Master's
  • "Nursing isn’t just about giving meds and doing assessments. It’s the compassion and being present and listening."
    Barbara Badman, Bachelor's
  • "There are more opportunities than you can possibly ever take advantage of."
    Anthony T. Pho, Master's
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Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) Professor Sarah L. Szanton, PhD, ANP, FAAN, has been named the inaugural Endowed Professor in Health Equity and Social Justice.
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The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Hosted Virtual Groundbreaking Event for New Building
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) has virtually broken ground on a $45 million expansion and renovation of its current Anne M. Pinkard building.
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The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing to Graduate Largest Ever PhD Class at 2018 Ceremony
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) 2018 class will be the largest PhD class to ever graduate from the school underscoring the school’s commitment to advancing science and preparing nurse leaders.
Award Apr 23, 2018
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Professor Named Inaugural Endowed Chair for Self-Care Research
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Professor Cheryl Dennison Himmelfarb, PhD, RN, ANP, FAAN, FAHA, FPCNA, has been named the inaugural Sarah E. Allison Professor for Research and Self-Care.

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