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  • Sunday, December 4, 2022

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  • Monday, December 5, 2022

    • Chicago Parent Program Training - December 2022 Time: 12:00pm - Thu. 12/8 3:30pm Locations: Online Details:

      What You Will Learn

      Through lecture, discussion, and demonstrations led by the program developers and certified CPP Group Leaders, you will gain the hands-on knowledge and skills and the program materials needed to implement the CPP in your agency or practice.

      Objectives
       

      • Understand the theory and research underlying the CPP model
      • Understand the meaning and purpose of the evidence-based parenting strategies taught in the CPP
      • Understand how the different components of the CPP are used to promote parents’ confidence and competence in managing their children’s behavior
      • Develop beginning competence in implementing the CPP
      • Identify strategies for effectively implementing lessons learned in programs and agencies serving families and young children
         

      Who Should Attend
       

      Professionals working in schools, early childhood programs, and mental health agencies serving low income families of young children, including:
       

      • Nurses
      • Social workers
      • Psychiatrists
      • Psychologists
      • Early-childhood program parent coordinators
      • School-based mental health consultants
      • Teachers working with parents
       
       
    • FCN Weekly Bible Study Time: 6:00pm - 7:30pm Locations: Online Details: Weekly bible studies hosted by the Fellowship of Christian Nurses (FCN). Join us as we study God's word and discuss how we can apply our faith to our lives as students and health professionals.  
       
       
  • Tuesday, December 6, 2022

    • Chicago Parent Program Training - December 2022 Time: All Day Locations: Online Details:

      What You Will Learn

      Through lecture, discussion, and demonstrations led by the program developers and certified CPP Group Leaders, you will gain the hands-on knowledge and skills and the program materials needed to implement the CPP in your agency or practice.

      Objectives
       

      • Understand the theory and research underlying the CPP model
      • Understand the meaning and purpose of the evidence-based parenting strategies taught in the CPP
      • Understand how the different components of the CPP are used to promote parents’ confidence and competence in managing their children’s behavior
      • Develop beginning competence in implementing the CPP
      • Identify strategies for effectively implementing lessons learned in programs and agencies serving families and young children
         

      Who Should Attend
       

      Professionals working in schools, early childhood programs, and mental health agencies serving low income families of young children, including:
       

      • Nurses
      • Social workers
      • Psychiatrists
      • Psychologists
      • Early-childhood program parent coordinators
      • School-based mental health consultants
      • Teachers working with parents
       
       
  • Wednesday, December 7, 2022

    • Chicago Parent Program Training - December 2022 Time: All Day Locations: Online Details:

      What You Will Learn

      Through lecture, discussion, and demonstrations led by the program developers and certified CPP Group Leaders, you will gain the hands-on knowledge and skills and the program materials needed to implement the CPP in your agency or practice.

      Objectives
       

      • Understand the theory and research underlying the CPP model
      • Understand the meaning and purpose of the evidence-based parenting strategies taught in the CPP
      • Understand how the different components of the CPP are used to promote parents’ confidence and competence in managing their children’s behavior
      • Develop beginning competence in implementing the CPP
      • Identify strategies for effectively implementing lessons learned in programs and agencies serving families and young children
         

      Who Should Attend
       

      Professionals working in schools, early childhood programs, and mental health agencies serving low income families of young children, including:
       

      • Nurses
      • Social workers
      • Psychiatrists
      • Psychologists
      • Early-childhood program parent coordinators
      • School-based mental health consultants
      • Teachers working with parents
       
       
  • Thursday, December 8, 2022

    • Chicago Parent Program Training - December 2022 Time: Mon. 12/5 12:00pm - 3:30pm Locations: Online Details:

      What You Will Learn

      Through lecture, discussion, and demonstrations led by the program developers and certified CPP Group Leaders, you will gain the hands-on knowledge and skills and the program materials needed to implement the CPP in your agency or practice.

      Objectives
       

      • Understand the theory and research underlying the CPP model
      • Understand the meaning and purpose of the evidence-based parenting strategies taught in the CPP
      • Understand how the different components of the CPP are used to promote parents’ confidence and competence in managing their children’s behavior
      • Develop beginning competence in implementing the CPP
      • Identify strategies for effectively implementing lessons learned in programs and agencies serving families and young children
         

      Who Should Attend
       

      Professionals working in schools, early childhood programs, and mental health agencies serving low income families of young children, including:
       

      • Nurses
      • Social workers
      • Psychiatrists
      • Psychologists
      • Early-childhood program parent coordinators
      • School-based mental health consultants
      • Teachers working with parents
       
       
    • Psych Nurse Panel Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm Locations: 525 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore MD Details: Come enjoy a panel of psych nurses speak about their experience within their careers!
       
       
    • Chat Session for MSN Entry into Nursing questions Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm Locations: Online Details: The online chat is a great way to ask any questions you may have, or see other questions being asked that you may not have thought to ask yourself. An abundance of information is discussed and we hope you will join us. Be sure your computer has Java properly installed and enabled, and your pop up blocker is turned off in order to successfully log into the chat. Chat sessions will become active 15 minutes before the start time to allow students to join. Registration required. 
       
       
    • Fellowship of Christian Nurses (FCN) Weekly Bible Studies Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm Locations: Online Details:

      The Fellowship of Christian Nurses (FCN) seeks to provide a space for JHUSON students to engage in encouraging, uniquely Christian fellowship. We seek to create outlets for JHUSON students to deepen their understanding of how the Christian faith interacts with nursing while creating lasting relationships between peers and faculty members of faith. We invite you to join our weekly virtual bible studies on Thursdays from 6-7 p.m. Everyone is welcome!

      RSVP: ayoo6@jhu.edu

       
       
  • Friday, December 9, 2022

    • Clinical Placements Request Deadlilne Time: All Day Locations: 525 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore MD Details:

      Greetings from The Clinical Placements Team!

      Upcoming deadline:

      January 27, 2023

      Summer Clinical Requests & New Affiliation Agreements

       
       
    • In-person Tour and Information Session Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm Locations: 525 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore MD Details:

      Join a small group of prospective students for an information session highlighting academic programs and opportunities available at JHUSON.  The information session, led by an admissions officer, will be followed by a walking tour of the campus. Registration required and only one guest is permitted to attend with you.

       
       
    • GHIG Lunch & Learn Session Time: 11:30am - 1:30pm Locations: Online Details:

      Our invited guest speaker Nodar Kipshidze from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health will be presenting a current study under review that evaluated the global impact of COVID-19 vaccine inequities. Mr. Kipshidze is an epidemiologist, whose research focuses on the modeling of transmission dynamics using both compartmental and network models, with a special focus on emerging and reemerging zoonotic diseases. In addition, he has been examining at the impacts of vaccine inequity both in the US and globally. Prior to Columbia to pursue his MS, Nodar completed his MPH in Global Health at NYU in 2017 and has been overseeing a variety of industry-sponsored clinical trials for over seven years. 

       

      RSVP: https://forms.gle/Y9j2rsvLKfxZcwTR8

       
       
  • Saturday, December 10, 2022

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