- In conversation with JHU President Ron Daniels, Leonhardt explores factors preventing many Americans from prospering
- The search committee will be chaired by Provost Ray Jayawardhana
- More than 200 works of public art at Hopkins locations in Baltimore and Washington, D.C., can now be viewed via the Bloomberg Connects app
- Check out the sights and sounds of a memorable Oct. 19 dedication celebration in Washington, D.C.
- Daniels calls the new building 'the physical embodiment of our aspirations for our university in this moment, in this time'
Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine
- If you weren’t there, you should have seen it, and felt it. As we launched the Institute for Policy Solutions—surrounded by thought leaders and difference makers—at 555 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington DC, it was a capital m “Moment.” Introducing the Institute for Policy Solutions at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and its inaugural leaders,… […]
- Natalia Barolin has been on the delivery end of well-intentioned programs meant to address health inequities but that didn’t always work well in practice. The disconnect was obvious, and its impact was multifaceted. “I worked in a federally qualified health center. … I was the nurse in charge of implementing [programs] in our clinic, and… […]
- Alumni Community Week Recap This September, the Johns Hopkins Nurses’ Alumni Association (JHNAA) hosted its second annual Alumni Community Week, aimed at bringing together the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Community. The week included both in-person and virtual events, including a New Nurse Mentoring Meet-Up designed to help ease the transition for recent graduates into… […]
- To Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, the monumental costs of health inequity—declining health outcomes and escalating financial expenditures—are on a collision course to finally break the U.S. health care system, so staying that course simply isn’t an option. “After decades of hand-wringing, our country’s health care system must finally be reformed. We pay far more for our care… […]
- Lisa Stambolis knows her way around many of the most forgotten neighborhoods—and most unequal health treatment systems—in Baltimore. A pediatric nurse practitioner as well as a public health nurse with the Baltimore City Health Department, Stambolis has been providing health care to children and youth in Baltimore City—in school-based health centers, emergency shelters, and on… […]