Spring 2003 – Inaugural Issue

Spring 2003 – Inaugural Issue


Bedside Appeal
By Melissa Hendricks
In the face of a national nursing shortage, leaders at the School of Nursing and Hopkins Hospital together are grappling with the challenge of making bedside nursing a “destination career.”

When Injuries Speak, Who Will Listen?
By Jeff Labrecque, A&S ’95
The hot new field of forensic nursing — equal parts detective work, medical know-how, and compassion — is taking off at Johns Hopkins, under the leadership of nurse-turned-crimefighter Dan Sheridan.

Remembering Vashti Bartlett ’06
By Danielle Sweeney
An exhibit at the School of Nursing celebrates the life and work of an adventurous young nurse, whose travels in the early 1900s took her all over the world, to remote regions wracked by war and epidemics.

Applications double in admissions … Toward greater equality of care … One goal, many cultures … An ambitious undertaking in accreditation … Global connections — and more


Bench to Bedside
Measuring soy’s impact on menopause … When the battered are men … Examining links between violence and substance abuse … Better breast health for Korean American women

Live from 525
A student in the 13-month accelerated program tells why she moved 3,000 miles for nursing at Johns Hopkins

Hill’s Side

Defining Moment

Second Opinion

News from the Johns Hopkins Nurses’ Alumni Association

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