Thursday, June 1, 2023
DNP-Executive, DNP/MBA & DNP/MPH SUM23 Orientation and Immersion Time: All Day Locations: 525 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore MD Details:
WHO ATTENDS: Students: DNP-Executive Admitted SUM23 - Class of SPR25, DNP/MBA Year 2 - Admitted SUM22- Class of SPR25, DNP/MPH Year 2 - Admitted SUM22- Class of SPR25, Faculty & Advisors for NR.210.886, NR.210.806 (Required Attendance)
WHAT: DNP-Executive, DNP/MBA & DNP/MPH SUM23 Orientation and Immersion (NR.210.886, NR.210.806)
WHEN: May 30, May 31, June 1, and June 2, 2023 (Meeting Info to Follow)
Reunion Weekend 2023 - Day 1 Time: 3:30pm - Sat. 6/3 7:30pm Locations: 525 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore MD Details: 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. | Tours Choice of:
- Baltimore Bus Tour - Join Baltimore Heritage director Johns W. Hopkins (a distant relative) on a 1.5 hour bus tour to dive into Baltimore, its charm and its challenges, and learn about what's changed (and changing) today. Space is limited.
- Johns Hopkins Hospital/Hampton House Tunnel Tour – Revisit the Johns Hopkins Hospital tunnel connecting the hospital to Hampton House.
- Johns Hopkins Hospital Unit Tour – Join a current JHH nurse on a tour of a Johns Hopkins Hospital Unit where you’ll see first-hand how nursing has advanced.
5:00 p.m. | Cocktail & Conversations – Nurses are critical to solving our most pressing and persistent health challenges. Enjoy cocktails and refreshments while engaging in meaningful discussion around nursing opportunities and challenges.
Reunion Weekend 2023 - Cocktails & Conversations Time: 5:00pm - 7:30pm Locations: 525 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore MD Details:
Cocktails and Conversations: Facing Inequities in Caregiving and Advocating for Change
Thursday, June 1 | 5 pm | Johns Hopkins School of Nursing
Nurses are uniquely positioned to witness firsthand the ways in which barriers and biases impact patients and their families. From disparities in access to care, to unequal distribution of caregiving responsibilities, to cultural misunderstandings and bias, there are many challenges to achieving equitable care for all. However, we believe that JHU SON Alumni have the ability to drive positive change and make a meaningful difference in the lives of their patients and communities. We hope that you will join us in discussing these issues and sharing strategies on how we can work towards a more equitable and fair healthcare system.
Attendees will enjoy cocktails and refreshments as they engage in a peer dialogue about inequities faced in caregiving, globally and domestically.
For this dialogue we are defining caregiving according to the CDC. Caregivers provide care to people who need some degree of ongoing assistance with everyday tasks on a regular or daily basis. The recipients of care can live in residential or institutional settings, range from children to older adults, and have chronic illnesses or disabling conditions.