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  • Sunday, October 3, 2021

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  • Monday, October 4, 2021

    • Panel, "Community Involvement: Dispelling Myths, Providing Tips" Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm Locations: Online Details:
      • This event will feature a panel of community partners, faculty and students on ways to get involved in our Baltimore community, as well as a brief overview of SOURCE's work, programs and community engagement opportunities.
      • Featured speakers and partner organizations:
        • Shannon Frattaroli, Professor, Bloomberg School of Public Health
        • Katie Nelson, PhD Candidate, School of Nursing
        • Endside Out
        • Intersection of Change
      • Click here to register!

      Held as part of SOURCE Baltimore Week 2021 - For full details visit SOURCE.jhu.edu/BaltimoreWeek

       
       
    • October SNA Board Meeting Time: 12:30pm - 1:30pm Locations: Online Details: Collaborate and discuss duties with SNA Board that will need to be completed in preparation for our October General Body Meeting.
       
       
    • Weekly Workshop: DNP AP, MSN Specialties and PM Certificates - Tips to complete your application Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm Locations: Online Details:

      If you are interested in applying to our DNP Advanced Practice, MSN Healthcare Organization Leadership, MSN HOL/MBA or any of our post-degree certificates, you will want to join us for Tips to Complete your Application.

      We will discuss topics related to the admissions process and how to present your best application.
       
       
    • PIG at the Park Time: 6:00pm - 7:30pm Locations: Baltimore, MD Details: Pediatric Interest Group get together at the Pagoda at Patterson Park. Pizza will be provided!
       
       
  • Tuesday, October 5, 2021

    • The Issue Is... How might we co-design the future of nursing and health? Time: 9:00am - 10:00am Locations: Online Details:

      A nationally renowned researcher, leader and health equity advocate, Dr. Sarah Szanton, PhD, RN, FAAN, and Patricia M. Davidson Health Equity and Social Justice Endowed Professor, was named Dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) in August 2021.

       

      Szanton took a non-traditional path to nursing, first becoming a lobbyist to fight for reproductive health. Working on Capitol Hill she frequently encountered nurse practitioners advocating for their populations and decided to change careers, inspired by the deep understanding that nurses had of the communities with which they worked. After working with migrant workers, people experiencing homelessness, and providing house calls to under resourced communities, she decided to get her PhD.

       

      Szanton is best known for co-developing the visionary CAPABLE program after years spent providing house calls predominately to low income, African American older adults in West Baltimore. The program, which combines handyman services with nursing and occupational therapy to improve mobility, reduce disability, and decrease healthcare costs, has been researched and scaled to 45 places in 23 States, and is currently expanding through several policy mechanisms as Medicare Advantage and Value Based care.

       

      Streaming Live via Zoom:

       

      Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://jhuson.zoom.us/j/99287831238

       

      Or iPhone one-tap (US Toll):

      301-715-8592 (Maryland local)

      877-853-5257 (US Toll Free)

      Meeting ID: 992 8783 1238

       

      For interest outside of the School of Nursing please contact the Aging Center at

      agingcenter@jhu.edu for the Zoom password.

       

      Sponsored by The Center for Innovative Care in Aging

       
       
    • "A Concert for the Cosmos", Virtual Concert by Afro House in support of Backyard Basecamp Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm Locations: Online Details:

      On Tuesday, October 5 from 12-1pm ET, Afro House, the Baltimore-based “music-driven performance art house,” presents “A Concert for the Cosmos,” the opening event on this season’s Racial Justice Concert Series. This event is part of SOURCE’s 2021 Baltimore Week.

      Founded in 2011 by Alisha and Scott Patterson, Afro House is a Baltimore-based, music-driven performance art house. Afro House is grounded in the belief that art can disrupt and transform the human imagination, providing fresh eyes to view both past and present, challenging artists and audiences to create a better future.  

      Describing their upcoming performance “A Concert for the Cosmos,” Afro House writes “From the outer most reaches of the cosmos, Afro House’s Astronaut Symphony will stretch, dismantle, and reframe everything you think you know about sound. Fueled by raw energy and futuristic vibrations, the genres of opera, punk and jazz will animate original symphonic performance art pieces composed by Scott Patterson, thus bringing 25th Century music to the here and now.” 

      Afro House offers this concert in support of Backyard Basecamp, an organization that works to “(re)connect Black, Indigenous, and People of Color to land and nature.” During the performance, Jordan Bethea, a member of Backyard Basecamp's Farm Team, will discuss the organization’s work and explain how viewers can get involved. The performance will be streamed live via Youtube from Baltimore’s Creative Alliance

      The Racial Justice Concert Series (RJCS), a collaboration among Johns Hopkins students, faculty and staff, harnesses the power of music to bring awareness to issues of racism in Baltimore, and to support Baltimore organizations that focus on racial justice work. The RJCS features performances by Baltimore musicians and provides a platform for racial justice organizations to educate audiences about their efforts. The RJCS is cooperatively produced and funded by the Johns Hopkins Program in Arts, Humanities, & Health, Johns Hopkins Center for Music and Medicine, and Johns Hopkins International Arts & Mind Lab. 

       
       
    • Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award Time: 3:00pm - Mon. 10/11 5:00pm Locations: None Details:

      The Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award was established in honor of former Turner Station resident and Johns Hopkins cancer patient Henrietta Lacks, whose cells helped make possible ground-breaking advances in medical research. The Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute (UHI) offers this $15,000 award to Baltimore City community-based programs working in partnership with Johns Hopkins faculty, students, or staff to highlight the importance of community-university collaborations, recognize the accomplishments which can be achieved by such partnerships, and continue to support the efforts of the partnership. 

      Nominations are due by October 11, 2021 at 5:00 pm. 

       
       
  • Wednesday, October 6, 2021

    • Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award Time: All Day Locations: None Details:

      The Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award was established in honor of former Turner Station resident and Johns Hopkins cancer patient Henrietta Lacks, whose cells helped make possible ground-breaking advances in medical research. The Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute (UHI) offers this $15,000 award to Baltimore City community-based programs working in partnership with Johns Hopkins faculty, students, or staff to highlight the importance of community-university collaborations, recognize the accomplishments which can be achieved by such partnerships, and continue to support the efforts of the partnership. 

      Nominations are due by October 11, 2021 at 5:00 pm. 

       
       
    • How to Write Op-Eds / A Science Communication Webinar by Patrick Skerrett, of STAT News Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm Locations: Online Details:

      Writing and Pitching Life-Science-Related Op-Eds

      A Science Communication Webinar by Patrick Skerrett, editor of STAT News’ First Opinion

        

       

       

      Op-eds are a critical tool for influencing public opinion and policy, sharing your informed perspective on important issues, and translating your research.

       

      How do you write an effective op-ed? Patrick Skerrett, who runs the opinion section for STAT News, will introduce students and faculty to the art of writing opinion articles. He’ll explain why op-eds are worth writing, how basic elements can be used to create an effective op-ed, and how to pitch your idea to an editor.

       

      The webinar is free and open to doctoral and graduate students, faculty, and others in the Johns Hopkins community. 

        

      Details: 

      12 – 1 p.m. Eastern US Time

      Wednesday, October 6, 2021

      Register here ( https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_4zb2BJPdRgCIC0-V9nxYiQ )

        

      The lecture is the third in a series of talks on communications skills sponsored by the R3 Science Communications Leadership Program, which is supported by the Provost’s PhD Professional Development Initiative. 

      Join the conversations online at #R3ISEnetwork! 

        

      For more information, please contact the program directors, Brian Klaas (bklaas@jhu.edu) and Brian Simpson (bsimpso1@jhu.edu).  

      Patrick Skerrett

      Patrick Skerrett is the editor of STAT's First Opinion and host of the First Opinion Podcast. Before helping launch STAT in 2015, he was executive editor of Harvard Health Publications, the consumer publishing division of Harvard Medical School, a freelance science writer, and a high school biology and chemistry teacher. He is the coauthor of “Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy: The Harvard Medical School Guide to Healthy Eating” and several other books.

       
       
    • Virtual East Baltimore Bus Tour Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm Locations: Online Details:

      Join our SOURCE "Virtual" East Baltimore Bus Tour on Wednesday, October 6 and learn more about our hyper-local community partner sites on this engaging tour! We will provide information about the history between JHU and East Baltimore, as well as issues impacting our East Baltimore community. Following the virtual online tour, we will have a discussion and debrief with SOURCE’s Community Consultant, Glenn Ross.

      SOURCE Baltimore Week 2021 - For more details visit SOURCE.jhu.edu/BaltimoreWeek

       
       
    • DNP Pediatric Nurse Practitioner tracks and Post-Master’s Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Certificate Virtual Information Session Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm Locations: Online Details: Join our virtual information session designed for students interested in DNP Pediatric Primary Care NP program, the DNP Pediatric Primary/Acute Care NP dual degree program, or the Post-Degree Certificate Pediatric Acute Care NP. Registration is required.
       
       
  • Thursday, October 7, 2021

    • Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award Time: All Day Locations: None Details:

      The Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award was established in honor of former Turner Station resident and Johns Hopkins cancer patient Henrietta Lacks, whose cells helped make possible ground-breaking advances in medical research. The Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute (UHI) offers this $15,000 award to Baltimore City community-based programs working in partnership with Johns Hopkins faculty, students, or staff to highlight the importance of community-university collaborations, recognize the accomplishments which can be achieved by such partnerships, and continue to support the efforts of the partnership. 

      Nominations are due by October 11, 2021 at 5:00 pm. 

       
       
    • SOURCE Partner Panel: "Engaging Baltimore's Youth" Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm Locations: Online Details:
      • Hear directly from SOURCE partner organizations with volunteer opportunities for supporting youth in our Baltimore communities. Learn more about what one-time, short-term and long-term opportunities are available!
      • Featuring our partners from:
        • Art With A Heart
        • Commodore John Rodgers School
        • Reading Partners
        • Thread
      • Register here for Zoom invite

      Held as part of SOURCE Baltimore Week 2021

       
       
    • Virtual Nursing Grand Rounds: Housing Insecurity in the Age of COVID-19 Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm Locations: Online Details: The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing in partnership with the Nu Beta at Large Chapter of Sigma will offer a monthly Virtual Nursing Grand Rounds Continuing Nursing Education Series, providing an educational program led by top researchers from around the world. 

      In this October Virtual Grand Round, Dr. Craig Pollack, the Katey Ayers Endowed Professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, will examine the scope of housing insecurity in the U.S. Dr. Pollack will also identify ways that housing insecurity contributes to COVID-19 risk. This virtual grand rounds will describe potential policy solutions and clinical approaches to lessen housing insecurity


      The Virtual Nursing Grand Rounds CNE Series will offer attendees one CNE credit upon completion of each session, with the goal of fulfilling the JHSON’s mission of providing lifelong learning for health care professionals within the community. 

      In order to obtain your CNE credit, you must register for the event and complete a post-event evaluation survey that will be emailed to you shortly after the event. You will obtain your CNE certificate one to two business days after the due date for completing the evaluation form.
       
       
    • DNP Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Track and Post-Master’s Certificate Psychiatric Mental Health Virtual Information Session Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm Locations: Online Details: Join our virtual information session designed for students interested in either our newly offered DNP Psychiatric Mental Health NP track or our Post-Degree Certificate Psychiatric Mental Health program. Registration is 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

       
       
    • Twitter Chat #HealthPolicy21#JHSON Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm Locations: Online Details: All are welcome to join our dynamic "conversation" via Twitter Chat with students from Advanced Nursing Health Policy. Find us on Twitter 10/7/21 between 7-8 PM EST on #HealthPolicy21 #JHSON. Questions email kmciltr1@jhu.edu
       
       
  • Friday, October 8, 2021

    • Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award Time: All Day Locations: None Details:

      The Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award was established in honor of former Turner Station resident and Johns Hopkins cancer patient Henrietta Lacks, whose cells helped make possible ground-breaking advances in medical research. The Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute (UHI) offers this $15,000 award to Baltimore City community-based programs working in partnership with Johns Hopkins faculty, students, or staff to highlight the importance of community-university collaborations, recognize the accomplishments which can be achieved by such partnerships, and continue to support the efforts of the partnership. 

      Nominations are due by October 11, 2021 at 5:00 pm. 

       
       
    • JHNAA Business Meeting and Q&A with Dean Sarah Szanton Time: 5:00pm - 6:30pm Locations: Online Details:

      Alumni Weekend comes to a close with the annual business meeting. During the business meeting, there will be committee updates, elections, and recognition of 2021 alumni award recipients and milestone reunion classes – including the 50th reunion class, the Class of 1971.

      Afterward, we invite you to join Dr. Jane Ball, ’69, the president of the Johns Hopkins Nurses’ Alumni Association (JHNAA) in a fireside chat with the fifth dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, Dr. Sarah Szanton, ’96, ’07
       
      If you have any questions about any of the events you signed up for, please contact the Johns Hopkins Nurses' Alumni Association at jhnaa@jhu.edu or call us at 410-955-4285. You will be sent the instructions for joining these events by Friday, October 1.

       
       
  • Saturday, October 9, 2021

    • Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award Time: All Day Locations: None Details:

      The Henrietta Lacks Memorial Award was established in honor of former Turner Station resident and Johns Hopkins cancer patient Henrietta Lacks, whose cells helped make possible ground-breaking advances in medical research. The Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute (UHI) offers this $15,000 award to Baltimore City community-based programs working in partnership with Johns Hopkins faculty, students, or staff to highlight the importance of community-university collaborations, recognize the accomplishments which can be achieved by such partnerships, and continue to support the efforts of the partnership. 

      Nominations are due by October 11, 2021 at 5:00 pm. 

       
       
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