|10/28/2002 - School of Nursing Establishes Center For Health Disparities Research
JHUSON, in partnership with the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University School of Nursing (NCA&TSU), received a five-year grant from the NINR to create the Center on Health Disparities Research.
|10/07/2002 - Hopkins Nurses Receive Grants to Improve Patient Care and Outcomes
The first recipients of the Dorothy Evans Lyne Fund for Collaborative Nursing Research were announced this week.
|10/07/2002 - Nurse Intervention Helps Cardiac Patients Manage Cholesterol
Patients who get follow-up care from a nurse after heart bypass surgery are more likely to control cholesterol and reduce risk of further disease, according to a study from The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.
|08/19/2002 - Anti-Inflammatory Drug Reduces Growth of Cancerous Tumors In Rats
Research led by a nurse investigator at Johns Hopkins has found that a pain reliever commonly used to treat serious and painful forms of arthritis may also reduce the growth of malignant tumors after cancer surgery.
|06/24/2002 - School of Nursing Appoints New Associate Dean for Development and Alumni Relations
Deborah Wells has been appointed Associate Dean for Development and Alumni Relations at The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, effective July 1, 2002.
|06/13/2002 - Eating Candy: A Tough Assignment for Nursing Students
Nursing students can expect to face many challenges in their education, but it is unlikely anyone foresees an assignment involving eating candy.
|06/11/2002 - Domestic Violence Causes Long-Term Health Consequences For Women
A Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing study concludes female victims of physical and/or sexual abuse have a significantly higher rate of common health problems, even after the abuse ends, compared to women who have never been abused.
|05/05/2002 - School of Nursing Dean Named
I am pleased to announce that the board of trustees today approved my recommendation that Dr. Martha Hill, a member of the faculty for 22 years, be appointed dean of the School of Nursing.
|05/05/2002 - Rachel Breman Wins Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship
Rachel Breman, a student in the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing from Sharon, Mass., has been selected as one of the first 50 Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Graduate Scholars, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation announced today.
|04/19/2002 - School of Nursing Offers Fellowships in Health Disparities in Underserved Populations
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing announces a fellows program for pre- and post-doctoral students interested in learning about health disparities in underserved populations.
|03/27/2002 - School of Nursing Names Acting Associate Dean for Professional Programs and Practice
Anne E. Belcher, PhD, RN has been named acting associate dean for professional programs and practice at The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, effective April 1, 2002.
|03/22/2002 - Interim Dean Martha N. Hill In The News
School of Nursing Interim Dean Martha N. Hill, PhD, RN, was in the national news this week, including the front page of The New York Times.
|02/05/2002 - School of Nursing Produces Highest Number of Licensed Nurses in Maryland
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing has taken the lead in providing more new nurses than any other nursing school in the state of Maryland.
|01/14/2002 - Applications Due for Provost's Undergraduate Research Awards
Students hoping to earn grants for summer projects through the 2002 Provost’s Undergraduate Research Awards program must submit completed applications by March 8.
|01/02/2002 - Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing Named Collaborating Center by World Health Organization
The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) have designated the Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing as a Collaborating Center for Information Systems in Nursing Care.
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