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  • Thursday, November 21, 2019

    • Student Nurses of Pennsylvania 67th Annual Convention Lancaster 2019 Time: All Day Locations: Lancaster, PA Details: JHSON will exhibit.
    • Discrimination Journal Club Time: 9:00am - 10:00am Locations: 525 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore MD Details:

      The objective of this journal club is to facilitate an open space for discussions regarding relationships between racial discrimination and health outcomes. Journal article topics will include experiences of racism across the lifespan for different racial and ethnic groups, and different levels of racism (e.g. interpersonal, institutional, structural). 

      We are excited to collaborate with the Nursing Public Health Network for this meeting! 

      The article we will be discussing is: “I Can Never Be Too Comfortable”: Race, Gender, and Emotion at the Hospital Bedside Cottingham et al. Qualitative Health Research, 2018, 28(1), 145-158

      When: Thursday 11/21/19 from 9:00-10:00am

      Where: School of Nursing, Room 324

      If you are unable to attend in-person and would like to join virtually, please use the Zoom link: HTTPS://JHUBLUEJAYS .ZOOM.US/J/472025581

      Join the Discrimination Journal Club list-serv! 
      Email: for future meeting notices.

    • OSI Biostatistics and Methods Core Workshop: Implementation and Dissemination Research with Nancy Perrin Time: 12:00pm - 1:30pm Locations: SON 320-Pinkard Bldg Details:

      The Office for Science and Innovation (OSI) is pleased to announce that Dr. Nancy Perrin, Director of the Biostatistics and Methods Core in the OSI, will be giving a seminar focused on implementation and dissemination research.

      Implementation and dissemination research focuses on moving interventions that have shown to be effective into practice.   Implementation studies are concerned with what it takes to successfully implement the intervention including determining who is willing to adopt the intervention, if they actually implement the intervention, who and how many people are exposed to the intervention, and if it is effective.  This talk will discuss various conceptual frameworks and study designs for conducting implementation and dissemination research. We will review hybrid designs, which incorporate primary effective trials and implementation trials to speed up the process of moving to implementation.

      Dr. Perrin’s areas of expertise include longitudinal study design and analysis, clustered data, psychometrics, and handling messy data that comes along with doing research in real world settings. She is a methodologist and biostatistician with extensive experience in study design and analysis. She has been co-investigator on over 30 federally funded studies in healthcare, community, and international settings using both clinical trials and observational designs.

      RSVP to OSI to assist with catering lunch

      Please consider bringing your reusable plates, cups, cutlery to help us reduce our waste.

      This workshop will be recorded and livestreamed via Zoom – link to follow closer to date

    • Visiting Faculty Presentation-Malene van Schaik, MA, MSc Time: 12:30pm - 1:30pm Locations: 525 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore MD Details:

      “CURA: low-threshold clinical ethics support for nurses”

      Malene van Schaik is a Junior Researcher and PhD student from The Netherlands. She works at the Medical Humanities department at the Amsterdam UMC, VUMC. Her research focusses on how care professionals (specifically nurses) can be supported in dealing with morally challenging situations in palliative care.

      Together with colleagues and stakeholders, she created a clinical ethics support instrument called CURA. This four-step instrument can be used independently by professionals in either small group settings or alone. It helps to express moral doubts and emotions, helps with perspective taking and to come to a careful assessment on what one can do when confronted with morally challenging situations.

      During the presentation, she will introduce the instrument and we will have a chance to discuss its feasibility for American nurses.

    • Thanksgiving Dinner Time: 5:00pm - 7:00pm Locations: 525 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore MD Details: Please join the Palliative Care Student Interest Group and Returned Peace Corps Volunteers for a Thanksgiving dinner. Good food, good company, good conversation. Please join us! November 21, 5-7pm, Carpenter Room. RSVP here:
    • Hopkins Medicine Distinguished Speakers Series: Dr. Gregg Semenza Time: 5:30pm - 7:30pm Locations: Armstrong Medical Education Building Details:

      The Hopkins Medicine Distinguished Speakers Series is excited to be hosting recent Nobel Laureate Dr. Gregg Semenza for an evening lecture at 6pm on Thursday, Nov. 21 in the Armstrong Medical Education Building first floor lecture hall. Doors will open at 5.30pm with food and refreshments available. Kindly RSVP here if you are interested in attending!


      Please see the flier for additional information; there will also be an opportunity for Q&A following Dr. Semenza's talk. We hope that you will be able to join us for an evening of science, celebration, and learning!

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