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12/03/2001 - School of Nursing Programs Receive Urban Health Institute Grants
Two School of Nursing projects designed to fight the epidemic substance-abuse problem in East Baltimore recently received grants from the Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute.
11/26/2001 - Men In Nursing
Despite spiraling salaries, growing prestige and plenty of excitement, nursing, for men, does not top the list of career choices.
09/13/2001 - National Emergency - Update
We want to again thank all of your for the magnificent manner in which you responded to the tragic events of September 11.
09/12/2001 - National Emergency - Update
While we will of course remain alert to the need to provide care to casualties during this time of national emergency, normal operations and services to all patients will be resumed Wednesday morning throughout Johns Hopkins Medicine.
09/11/2001 - Emergency Notification on University Status
The nation has suffered a great tragedy today. I know that all of us are deeply concerned, and that many of us have particular reason to be concerned about friends and loved ones in the affected areas.
09/11/2001 - National Emergency Preparations
In response to the current national emergency, all Johns Hopkins Hospital, associated hospitals and SOM clinical services have been placed on alert status in order to make our facilities and staff available for patients from the disaster sites.
05/23/2001 - Senior Citizens At Risk For Untreated Asthma
A Johns Hopkins study of elderly persons found that many have either moderate or severe asthma that has been underdiagnosed or undertreated.
05/03/2001 - Donaldson to Leave Nursing Deanship
Sue K. Donaldson, dean of the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing for seven years, has announced she will step down at the end of the academic year to return to research and teaching.
05/01/2001 - Johns Hopkins Offers Interdisciplinary Fellowships in Violence Research
The Johns Hopkins University Schools of Nursing, Public Health, and Medicine are pleased to announce a fellows program for students interested in the causes, effects and prevention of violence.
03/08/2001 - End-of-Life Care Web Site Established for Nursing Professionals
A new web site devoted to palliative care provides a comprehensive resource for nursing professionals who seek the latest information on caring for patients during the last stages of life.
01/12/2001 - Foundation Gives $1.2 Million to School of Nursing Community Health Programs
The E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation of Philadelphia has given $1.2 million to The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing to fund community health nursing efforts in Baltimore city.
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