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12/07/2005 - Sally Sample Receives Hopkins Distinguished Alumnus Award
Sally Sample, a 1954 Hopkins nursing graduate, received the Distinguished Alumnus award from Dr. William Brody for a life of nursing service and leadership.
11/28/2005 - New Office to Carry Hopkins Nursing Worldwide
The Office of Global Nursing, a new joint initiative of JHUSON and the Johns Hopkins Hospital Department of Nursing, will now serve as the central point for coordinating and supporting international activities for Hopkins Nursing.
11/22/2005 - Terminally Ill Patients Want To Share Health Care Decision-Making
Most terminally ill patients would prefer to share critical decision making about health care with their loved ones and physicians, according to a recent study by researchers from Johns Hopkins University and St. Vincent's Hospital in New York.
11/18/2005 - School of Nursing Colloquia to Explore Home Based Interventions
Home based intervention, an increasingly popular public health strategy, is the focus of a Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing program on Friday, December 9, 2005, from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room 10.
11/16/2005 - Hypertensive Black South Africans Need Multi-Level Approach
Black South Africans, a population at risk for high blood pressure, need interventions for health care approaches to improve HBP treatment, according to a study conducted by researchers from JHU and the Medical Research Council of Tygerberg, South Africa.
11/15/2005 - Soy Improves Cholesterol Profile in Postmenopausal Women
A study conducted at the JHUSON found that the use of soy protein containing a weak form of naturally occurring estrogen can improve atherogenic lipoprotein profiles in postmenopausal women and effectively reduce indicators of coronary heart disease.
09/29/2005 - Report Reviews Unique Needs of Dying Maryland Children
Nearly 1,000 of the more than 40,000 people who die each year in Maryland are children under 18. With almost every death, a pediatric palliative care program can offer support to the child and to the family through the dying process and beyond.
09/23/2005 - Johns Hopkins University Nurse Researcher Selected for Prestigious National Fellowship
A national Fellowship program focused on leading the country’s health care system into the 21st century has been awarded to Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (SON) Associate Professor Miyong Kim, RN, PhD, FAAN.
09/08/2005 - Marion D'Lugoff, JHU School of Nursing Faculty and Community Health Activist
Marion D'Lugoff, APRN, MA, assistant professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (SON) and a health care crusader for East Baltimore, died of lymphoma on Sunday, September 4, surrounded by her family and friends.
08/25/2005 - Fall Open House to Welcome Future Students
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing Fall Open House-Saturday, September 24-will introduce future and prospective nursing students to the School's array of baccalaureate options.
08/25/2005 - Johns Hopkins Nursing Summer Issue Explores Array of Opportunities, New Directions in Nursing
Johns Hopkins Nursing Summer 2005 issue vividly illustrates the changing nature of nursing and the diversity of opportunity available to today's nurses.
08/12/2005 - Hopkins Nurse Researcher Named Institute of Medicine Scholar-In-Residence
August 11, 2005—Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHU SON) professor Jacquelyn C. Campbell, PhD RN FAAN, has been named the American Academy of Nursing (AAN)/Institute of Medicine (IOM)/American Nurse’s Foundation (ANF) Scholar-in-Residence.
05/31/2005 - Popular Research Coordinator Course Now Offered Online or On-Site
Research coordinators now can access “Fundamentals for the Research Coordinator,” a course offered by the Johns Hopkins Research Coordinator Training Program (RCTP), either online or on-site at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.
05/09/2005 - School Honors Nurses Week, Waives Master's, Post-Master's Application Fees
In honor of Nurses Week 2005, the JHUSON is waiving application fees for the master's and post-master's programs and options.
05/09/2005 - Hopkins Nursing Students Receive National Recognition
Anna Lagrotteria and Sara Angelino, seniors at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON), received recognition at the National Student Nurses Association (NSNA) annual convention, held April 6-10 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
05/09/2005 - Dr. Gaston-Johansson Receives JHU Diversity Award
Dr. Fannie Gaston-Johansson, DrMedSc, RN, FAAN has been named a recipient of the 2005 Johns Hopkins University Diversity Recognition Awards.
05/09/2005 - National Nurses Week to Be Celebrated May 6-12
The work of America’s 2.7 million registered nurses to save lives and to maintain the health of millions of individuals is the focus of this year’s National Nurses Week, celebrated annually May 6-12 throughout the United States
05/01/2005 - Expert-To-Expert Town Hall to Focus on Health Care Disparities
The pervasive health care disparities now affecting millions of people throughout the United States will be the focus of a special expert-to-expert town hall hosted by the Johns Hopkins University SON, Tuesday, May 3, 2005 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
05/01/2005 - Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing and School of Medicine Seek Mental Health, Psychiatric Nursing Endowed Chair
Nominations and applications are now being sought for a unique tenure track, dual faculty appointment in the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) School of Nursing (SON) and the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the School of Medicine (SOM).
04/21/2005 - School of Nursing Alumni Association To Purchase Nursing Pins For Graduates
The Johns Hopkins Nurses' Alumni Association (JHNAA) Board of Directors has unanimously agreed to purchase Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing pins for all graduating classes
04/05/2005 - Hopkins’ Black Student Nursing Association To Hold Inaugural Conference
The Black Student Nursing Association (BSNA) of the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON) will hold its inaugural conference, “Nursing: Beyond Color, Beyond Culture,” on April 22-23, 2005.
04/05/2005 - Hopkins Nurse Granted $2.1 Million To Study Living Organ Donors
JHUSON faculty Marie Nolan, DNSc, will lead a team of Johns Hopkins investigators in a $2.1 million study to determine how potential kidney donors make their donation decision and how kidney donors recover after the surgery.
03/24/2005 - Early Bird Discounts Now Available for Nurse Educator Academy
Nurses registering by April 15 for the June 6-9 Nurse Educator Academy will receive a 10% “early bird” discount.
03/24/2005 - Hopkins Nursing Professor Joins Sweden's Royal Society of Arts and Sciences
Fannie Gaston-Johansson, DrMedSc, RN, FAAN, professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, has joined the Royal Society of Arts and Sciences of Goteborg, Sweden.
03/24/2005 - Johns Hopkins Nursing Current Issue Celebrates the Then and Now of Hopkins Nurses
Johns Hopkins Nursing Winter 2005 celebrates the rich 115-year history of nursing education and experience at Johns Hopkins with a look at Hopkins nurses yesterday and today through their war letters, course curricula, and nursing uniforms.
03/10/2005 - Four Hopkins Nursing Faculty Named Full Professor
In recognition of contributions to academic/community service, the JHU Board of Trustees this week named three JHUSON faculty members as full professors, Marion Ball, Victoria Mock and Gayle Page. A fourth, Karen B. Haller, was promoted in late 2004.
03/09/2005 - Milestone Celebration to Close with SON Health Care Disparities Town Hall
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing will host a special expert-to-expert town hall on health care disparities on Tuesday, May 3, 2005, from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the Alumni Auditorium.
02/23/2005 - Domestic Violence Risk Measurement Tool Now Online
Each year, more than three million women in the U.S. are abused by their intimate partners–and more than 1,200 are killed by their abusers.
02/14/2005 - Visiting Scholar Addresses Psychiatric Issues
Martha N. Hill, PhD, RN, FAAN, dean of the JHUSON, is pleased to announce a presentation by Visiting Scholar Gail Stuart, PhD, APRN, BC, FAAN, “Psychiatry: Issues on the Edge” on Tuesday, February 15, 2005 at 12:30 p.m.
02/07/2005 - New Hopkins Center to Focus on Collaborative Intervention Research
The Center for Collaborative Intervention Research (CCIR) is the newest Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON) initiative to advance knowledge that promotes health and improves health services.
02/02/2005 - Baltimore Family Establishes $1.3 Million Endowed Nursing Doctoral Fellowship
Baltimore (MD) community patrons Clair Zamoiski Segal and Thomas (Tommy) H. Segal have established a $1 million Johns Hopkins University (JHU) School of Nursing endowment in honor of Mrs. Segal's mother, Ellen Levi Zamoiski.
01/24/2005 - Discounts Available for Hopkins Nursing Patient Safety Academy
Nursing teams can receive discounts on the Patient Safety Academy, held in Baltimore, MD on February 26-March 3.
01/14/2005 - Baltimore Sun, Washington Post Feature SON Faculty
Two recent newspaper series featured the work of SON faculty member Cynda Rushton and SON Associate Dean Jacquelyn Campbell.
01/06/2005 - JHU School of Nursing Hosts Spring Open House
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON) will host a Spring Open House on Saturday, March 5, 2005, for interested students.
01/06/2005 - Hopkins Nursing, JHPIEGO Offer Training in International Consulting
Healthcare providers interested in working internationally can acquire the skills necessary through “Healthcare Professional as an International Consultant.”
01/06/2005 - Hopkins Nursing Scholarship Named in Honor of “Supernurse”
A new undergraduate nursing scholarship named in honor of departing JHUSON faculty member Susan Appling ’73, will benefit future Hopkins Nursing students and continue the legacy that earned her the nickname of “Supernurse” from students and colleagues.
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