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12/29/2011 - Hopkins Professorship Aims to Improve Quality of Care
Applicants are now being sought for the Anne & George L. Bunting Professorship in Clinical Ethics.
12/13/2011 - New Nursing Program Promises to Advance Patient Care Quality and Safety
A grant from the Helene Fuld Health Trust will fund a leadership program designed to produce new nurses who can make a difference in healthcare quality and safety.
12/13/2011 - Johns Hopkins Nursing News--Fall/Winter 2011
Hopkins Nursing faculty and students continue to shine with achievements.
12/09/2011 - Opening Eyes through Volunteering
Hopkins Nursing grad students paused to look outside of their studies and East Baltimore and traveled to a remote part of Haiti as volunteers, offering vital medical care to over 1,000 patients.
12/02/2011 - Text4baby Helps Increase Moms’ Flu Season Awareness & Conversation
Text4baby showed how it can quickly and efficiently gather important data on how moms make choices about taking steps to prevent the flu.
11/30/2011 - Hopkins Center Aims to Help Elderly Age Well
The Center for Innovative Care in Aging is a new, inter-professional initiative to develop, advance, and support the well-being of older adults and their families.
11/18/2011 - Nursing Grads Beat Employment Odds, Debunk Hiring Myths
Survey results of recent Hopkins Nursing grads echo trends among the nation's nursing schools, which debunk myths of a shortage of available nursing jobs.
11/15/2011 - Hopkins Nurse Manager Academy Goes Global
The internationally renowned IJHN brought the tools and techniques of its Nurse Manager Academy to Japan during an onsite visit September 16-18.
11/14/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Researcher to Compare Local/National Parenting Programs
A $3.2 million grant will allow Deborah Gross to answer the question: do current parenting programs meet the needs of Baltimore families?
11/10/2011 - Johns Hopkins Nursing Research News--November 2011
Johns Hopkins Nursing researchers focus on aging, health literacy, patient simulation, and more in the November research news.
11/08/2011 - Hopkins Nurse Researcher Studies Control of Secondary Infections in HIV-Positive Patients
Jason Farley is at the forefront of HIV/AIDS research, leading several studies on how to protect infected patients from additional disease.
11/01/2011 - Dr. Savage to Lead Department of Community Public Health
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing has selected Christine Savage as the chair of the Department of Community Public Health beginning January 1.
10/28/2011 - Hopkins Nurses to Present at Nursing Conference
Six Johns Hopkins Nursing faculty and scholars are among the will present at the Sigma Theta Tau International Biennial Convention, to be held October 29-November 2 in Grapevine, TX.
10/26/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Welcomes New Associate Dean for Development and Alumni Relations
James Kelley has been named the new Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing Associate Dean for Development and Alumni Relations.
10/14/2011 - New Grant to Virtually Prepare Hopkins Nurses for Reality
Virtual 3-D technology is the latest innovative, state-of-the-science instruction method that will prepare Johns Hopkins nurses to be leaders of tomorrow.
10/12/2011 - Facing Forward: Supporting Women with Late Stage Breast Cancer
Johns Hopkins Nursing researchers are working one-on-one to improve the quality of life for women with metastatic breast cancer and their families.
10/07/2011 - Hopkins School of Nursing Accelerates for Second Careers, More Choices
Beginning in 2012, the School of Nursing is offering a new, flexible accelerated option for earning a nursing degree.
10/05/2011 - Nursing Leader Joins Johns Hopkins Medicine International
Jane Shivnan has been named director of clinical quality and nursing at Johns Hopkins Medicine International.
10/03/2011 - Johns Hopkins Honors Nursing Alums
Rosa Gonzalez-Guarda, Laura Ho, and Joan Lorenz are recipients of the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Awards honoring their professional and academic achievements.
09/29/2011 - Sandra Angell Announces Retirement
After four decades of service to Johns Hopkins, Sandra (Sandy) Angell, School of Nursing associate dean for student affairs, will retire in June 2012.
09/26/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Researcher Links Oxidative Stress to Racial Discrimination
Sarah Szanton and colleagues have concluded that African-Americans who report more frequent racial discrimination have higher levels of oxidative stress in their bodies.
09/21/2011 - A New Class of Hopkins Nurses Participate in Landmark Simulation Study
Hopkins Nursing students have the chance to care for high maintenance patients as part of a landmark nationwide simulation study taking place at the School.
09/16/2011 - Peace Corps Anniversary Marked by Director's Visit to JHU
Peace Corps director Aaron S. Williams will discuss the future of international public health initiatives at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health on September 20.
09/13/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Shines with Achievements
Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing faculty and students begin another academic year with a host of awards and achievements that recognize their commitment to research and practice.
09/09/2011 - Johns Hopkins Nursing Research News—August/September 2011
Johns Hopkins Nursing researchers focus on asthma, neonatal nurse schedules, abused women, sexual assault, and more in the August/September news briefs.
09/01/2011 - Hopkins Aging Expert Receives Funding for Landmark Study
Assistant professor Sarah L. Szanton will continue her study of older, low-income senior citizens living on their own in Baltimore City thanks to a grant from the RWJF Faculty Scholars Program.
08/29/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Announces New Arrivals
Hopkins Nursing is adding a couple of branches to its virtual family tree this fall as it happily welcomes SimNewB and Sim Man 3G to its simulation manikin family.
08/25/2011 - Johns Hopkins Nursing Summer 2011 Explores High-Tech Nursing
The Summer 2011 issue of Johns Hopkins Nursing explores the technological makeover of nursing.
08/23/2011 - Hopkins Nurse Receives Leadership Recognition from RWJF
Pamela Jeffries has been named a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellow for 2011.
08/16/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Shines with Awards and Honors
Awards, grants, and publications show the continuing success this summer of faculty and students at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.
08/10/2011 - Evidence Shows Advance Practice Nurse Care Comparable to Physician Care
Hopkins Nursing researchers have published a comprehensive report indicating APRNs provide effective, high-quality patient care, which is critical during a time of expanded healthcare access.
08/09/2011 - International Experience Confirms Future Nursing Careers
Hopkins Nursing students have confirmed their future nursing careers through the international settings they experienced as part of the transitions practicum.
08/03/2011 - Accelerated Students Join the Ranks of Hopkins Nurses
133 accelerated students from JHUSON filed into Shriver Hall on the Homewood campus on July 22 to mark their transition from students to nurses.
08/01/2011 - Have You Kissed a Frog Recently?
U.S. Army Nurse Corps LTC Kristal Melvin has revived a long-lost tradition at Hopkins Nursing--kissing the beloved frog statue in the SON Courtyard upon completion of her PhD.
07/27/2011 - High School Students Get First-Hand Look at Hopkins Nursing
Five high school students got up close and personal with top nursing faculty at Johns Hopkins this summer.
07/25/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Faculty Named Fellows in American Academy of Nursing
JHUSON associate professors Haera Han, Linda Rose, and assistant professor Christine Goeschel have been named fellows in the AAN for 2011.
07/13/2011 - Faculty Inducted into Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame
Fannie Gaston-Johansson and Jacquelyn Campbell will be inducted into the 2011 International Researcher Hall of Fame on July 14.
07/07/2011 - Hopkins Welcomes New Nursing Faculty
Martha Sylvia, Shawna Mudd, and Ellen Ray are the latest nurse educators to bring their expertise to the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.
07/06/2011 - Johns Hopkins Nursing Research News—June-July 2011
Hopkins Nursing researchers focus on healthy pregnancies, cardiac care, HIV, and equality in patient care in the June/July research briefs.
06/28/2011 - Noted Hopkins Researcher Recognized by ASTDA
Hopkins professor Thomas Quinn will be recognized for his contributions to the field of sexually transmitted diseases research in Quebec City, Canada on July 13.
06/06/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Excels with Awards, Appointments, Grants, and Presentations
Faculty and students at JHUSON continue to succeed in carrying out the Schools mission of academic integrity and excellence.
06/06/2011 - Cynda Rushton Promoted to Professor at Hopkins Nursing
Faculty member Cynda Hylton Rushton has been promoted to the rank of Professor.
06/03/2011 - Annual Alumni Spring Tea Brings a Host of Hats to Nursing
Alumni from JHUSON and Church Home and Hospital donned their finest hats for the second annual Alumni Spring Tea.
06/03/2011 - Johns Hopkins Nursing Research News-May 2011
Johns Hopkins Nursing researchers focus on cardiovascular health, cervical cancer, salivary biomarkers, and more in the May research briefs.
06/03/2011 - Johns Hopkins Nursing Research News--May 2011
Over 1.5 million people die from heart disease in the U.S., many of low income with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or diabetes.
06/01/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Honors Jonas Family
Philanthropists Barbara and Donald Jonas were presented the Worth B. Daniels, Jr., MD Award at Johns Hopkins Nursing commencement ceremony on May 21.
06/01/2011 - Nightingale Wheelchair is Part of Centennial Celebration
A significant piece of nursing history has traveled across the United States as part of a celebration honoring a century of nursing excellence.
05/26/2011 - Commencement Day Marks Transition for Hopkins Nurses
122 undergraduate and 105 graduate Hopkins nursing students filled the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center for the 2011 commencement ceremony.
05/26/2011 - Commencement Day Marks Transition for Hopkins Nurses
On May 26, 122 undergraduate and 105 graduate JHUSON students filled the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center for the 2011 commencement ceremony.
05/23/2011 - New Grant Prepares Future Nurses in Cardiovascular Health
Future nurse researchers now have more opportunities in the field of cardiovascular risk reduction and disease management research at JHUSON.
05/23/2011 - New Grant Prepares Future Nurses in Cardiovascular Health
Future nurse researchers now have more opportunities in the field of cardiovascular risk reduction and disease management research at JHUSON.
05/19/2011 - Quilts Offer Warmth, Refuge, and Hope to Needy Children
Student Melissa House '11 helped present 55 handmade quilts to children at Kennedy Krieger Institute's Southeast Early Headstart Center in Baltimore.
05/19/2011 - Quilts Offer Warmth, Refuge, and Hope to Needy Children
Let's face it, there is nothing quite like curling up with a comfy blanket and reading a book or watching your favorite television show.
05/18/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Hosts Alumni for Family Fun Day
Alumni and their families braved the rainy spring weather for a day of food and entertainment at the first annual Alumni Family Fun Day.
05/18/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Hosts Alumni for Family Fun Day
Alumni and their families braved the rain for a day of entertainment at the first annual Alumni Family Fun Day at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing.
05/18/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Hosts Donors, Scholars for Annual Luncheon
Hopkins Nursing offers an opportunity for scholarship recipients and those who fund the scholarship to meet during annual luncheon.
05/18/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Hosts Donors, Scholars for Annual Luncheon
Each year, the JHUSON offers an opportunity for scholarship recipients and those who fund the scholarship to meet.
05/16/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Dean Honored with Inaugural Nurse 21 Award
Hopkins Nursing Dean Martha Hill was amongst a diverse set of champions honored by the UCLA School of Nursing at its first Nurse 21 Awards ceremony.
05/16/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Dean Honored with Inaugural Nurse 21 Award
JHUSON Dean Martha Hill was among a diverse set of champions who were honored by the UCLA School of Nursing at its first Nurse 21 Awards ceremony.
05/12/2011 - Beat the Blues: Defeating Depression in Later Life
America is aging. The first of the baby boom generation are now eligible for Medicare; by 2030, 72 million--1 in 5 Americans--will be over 65.
05/12/2011 - Beat the Blues: Defeating Depression in Later Life
Professor Laura Gitlin is using an innovative, home-based intervention called Beat the Blues to target depression among African American elders.
05/09/2011 - Students Assemble Care Packages for Nurses in Iraq, Afghanistan
JHUSON students worked together to acknowledge the contributions being made by nurses serving in Iraq and Afghanistan with the U.S. armed forces.
05/09/2011 - Nightingale Wheelchair is Part of Centennial Celebration
Florence Nightingale's wheelchair was shipped to the Oregon Health and Science University School of Nursing to be displayed as part of its centennial celebration.
05/09/2011 - Students Assemble Care Packages for Nurses in Iraq, Afghanistan
Students at JUHSON worked together to acknowledge the contributions to care being made by nurses serving in Iraq and Afghanistan with the U.S. armed forces.
05/09/2011 - Looming Nursing Shortage Drives New Johns Hopkins Opportunities For Future Students
The nursing shortage is on its way back and soon will impact healthcare delivery in the U.S. and around the world.
05/05/2011 - Hopkins Nurses Continue a Legacy of Fellowship
On April 28, 2011, 124 nursing students at JHU and three community nurse leaders were inducted into Sigma Theta Tau, the International Honor Society of Nursing.
05/05/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Undergrads Get Financial Support For Research
Tomorrow's nursing leaders are receiving financial support today through the University's Provost Undergraduate Research Award (PURA).
05/05/2011 - Hopkins Nurses Continue A Legacy of Fellowship
On April 28, 2011, 124 nursing students at JHU and three community nurse leaders were inducted into Sigma Theta Tau, the International Honor Society of Nursing.
05/03/2011 - Famed Sports Agent Helps Hopkins Nurse Excel in Business
When recent Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing DNP graduate JoAnn Z. Ioannou applied for the School's Executive Mentorship Program to expand her skills in negotiation she explained, "I was interested in learning to be a more effective negotiator."
05/03/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Student Receives Grant to Study Healthcare Workers and TB in South Africa
A grant from Sigma Theta Tau International will help Carrie Tudor, PhD(c), MPH, RN, collect data in South Africa for her dissertation entitled "Occupational Risk Factors for TB Among Healthcare Workers in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa."
05/02/2011 - Faculty Honored for Excellence in Teaching
Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing faculty members Nicole Warren and Sharon Olsen were recognized for academic excellence with awards given at a Spring All-School Meeting on April 27.
05/02/2011 - Faculty Honored for Excellence in Teaching
JHUSON faculty members Nicole Warren and Sharon Olsen were recognized for academic excellence with awards given at a Spring All-School Meeting on April 27.
04/27/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Offers Online EBP Courses
A new online course offered by the Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing (IJHN) will use evidence-based practice (EBP) to solve problems faced by bedside nurses, nurse educators, and nurse managers and leaders.
04/25/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Researcher Earns Top Awards, Honors
Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing professor Jacquelyn C. Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN, has been recognized for her continued research and commitment to domestic violence education.
04/20/2011 - Geriatrics Expert to Address Future of Healthcare at Hopkins Nursing
Jennie Chin Hansen, CEO of the American Geriatrics Society, will discuss "Recommendations and Lessons Learned: Healthcare Now and in the Future," at JHUSON.
04/18/2011 - Flinders University Honors Hopkins Nursing Dean
Dean Martha Hill, PhD, RN, received an honorary degree of Doctor of Public Health from Flinders University on April 14 in Adelaide, Australia.
04/11/2011 - UCLA Dean and Aging Expert to Address Hopkins Nursing Community
Courtney Lyder, ND, GNP, FAAN, dean of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Nursing, will give a presentation on leadership to the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing on April 13 at 4:30 pm in the Alumni Auditorium.
04/04/2011 - Laura N. Gitlin Receives Mackey Award
Hopkins Nursing innovative aging researcher Laura N. Gitlin, PhD, received the John Mackey Award for Excellence in Dementia Care.
04/01/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Promotes Safety for National Public Health Week
JHUSON gears up for an exciting week of activities focused on safety in celebration of National Public Health Week 2011, April 4-10.
03/30/2011 - Nurses Get Expert Education in Negotiation
Expert negotiator Ronald Shapiro taught more than 60 nurses "How to Negotiate so Everyone Wins at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing."
03/28/2011 - Three Hopkins Nursing Faculty Are Health Technology Scholars
Associate professor Benita Walton-Moss, DNSc, APRN, BC, and assistant professors Laura Taylor, PhD, RN and Sharon O'Neill, JD, MSN, CRNP, have been selected as scholars for the Health Information Technologies Scholars (HITS) project 2011.
03/23/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Faculty Among Maryland's Top 100 Women
Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON) dean Martha N. Hill, PhD, RN and assistant professor Elizabeth T. Jordan, DNSc, MSN, RNC, were both named as members of The Daily Record's 2011 Top 100 Women.
03/15/2011 - Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Ranks #1
The 2012 edition of U.S. News & World Report "America's Best Graduate Schools" now places JHUSON's master's programs #1.
03/11/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Lab Admits Harvey the Cardiac Simulator
It’s official: Harvey the Cardiopulmonary Simulator checked in for an extended stay at the JHUSON last month.
03/10/2011 - A Hunger for Health: Hopkins Nurses Promote Good Eating Habits
When Hopkins nursing students aren't studying or practicing clinical skills, they're promoting healthy lifestyles in Baltimore's vulnerable communities.
03/08/2011 - Johns Hopkins Nursing Research News--March 2011
Workplace Violence: Nurses Risks Surprising Hospitals and other healthcare facilities are not immune from workplace violence. But why are nurses the victims of physical and psychological violence twice as often as others in healthcare?
03/07/2011 - Nursing Students Mingle with Legislators at Annual Nurses Night
Students and faculty from the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON) joined more than 200 nurses from across Maryland at the annual "Nurses Night" event at the Annapolis State House on February 21.
03/04/2011 - Hopkins Nurses to Present at Orem Society Conference in Bangkok
Seven researchers from the JHUSON will attend the International Orem Society's Conference on Prevention and Management of Chronic Conditions and the World Congress of Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory in Bangkok, Thailand.
02/28/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Celebrates 50 Years of Peace Corps, 20 Years of Peace Corps Fellows
Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing is honoring the 50th anniversary of the Peace Corps and the 20th anniversary of the School's Peace Corps Fellows Program.
02/28/2011 - For Hopkins Nursing Students, Spring Break is a Time for Helping Others
In the coming months, college students across the U.S. will make their annual southern pilgrimage for fun in the sun. At the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, however, have a different agenda.
02/17/2011 - Charm City Cakes Helps Hopkins Nurses Get to the Big Easy
Charm City Cakes, owned by Food Network television star Duff Goldman, is helping students at JHUSON raise money for Hurricane Katrina relief.
02/16/2011 - Baltimore Seniors Dance the Night Away at Hopkins-Hosted Prom
Residents at Baltimore's Apostolic Towers senior housing complex danced and reminisced February 12, as part of a Valentine-themed Senior Prom.
02/14/2011 - Hopkins Nurses to Present at Nursing Research Conference
Five JHUSON researchers are among the more than 200 presenters at the Southern Nursing Research Society's (SNRS) 2011 Annual Conference, to be held February 16-19 in Jacksonville, FL.
02/11/2011 - Cardiovascular Research Feature Highlights Work of Hopkins Nursing Professor
Research from JHUSON associate professor Cheryl R. Dennison is showcased in a Valentine's Day-themed feature package on the JHU website.
02/10/2011 - CareFirst Scholarships to Aid Hopkins Nursing Masters Students
In collaboration with CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, the JHUSON will offer the CareFirst Scholarship for the upcoming academic year.
02/08/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Celebrates Diversity February 21-25
Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON) kicks off a three-day celebration of diversity on Monday, February 21.
02/03/2011 - Hopkins Nurse Receives Recognition for High-Tech Teaching
Nursing faculty recognized for role in developing and advancing the field of simulation in nursing by Society for Simulation in Healthcare.
02/03/2011 - Japanese Delegates Learn About American Nursing at Hopkins
Four officers from the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare of Japan visited JHUSON to learn more about advance practice nursing for graduate students.
02/01/2011 - Healing the Heart of Africa, One Pig at a Time
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, females have suffered brutal attacks, rape, torture, and mutilation - all weapons of war, wielded by rebels and soldiers.
01/31/2011 - Learn More About Johns Hopkins Nursing
This winter, prospective nursing students have several opportunities to learn more about the academic programs at the JHUSON.
01/26/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Welcomes First BS to MSN with Paid Clinical Residency Cohort
Seven students marked a new chapter in Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON) academic program history on January 3.
01/25/2011 - Scholarships Allow More Nurses to Engage in e-Learning
Funding from the John A. Hartford Foundation has allowed the Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing (IJHN) to offer 270 scholarships for nurses to complete the online Guided Care Nursing Course in 2011 and 2012.
01/19/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Offers Sexual Assault Training for RNs
JHUSON and IJHN will again offer a Sexual Assault Forensic Nurse Examiner Adult Curriculum Training Program March 14-18 at the JHUSON.
01/12/2011 - Renewed Funding Provides Opportunities for Hopkins Nursing Students
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing is again offering six scholarships to students through renewed funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation "New Careers in Nursing" grant, administered by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing.
01/12/2011 - Johns Hopkins Nursing Research News--January 2011
Bound by Law: Making the Call on an Endangered Child When it comes to detecting child abuse in preschool children, nurses are on the front lines.
01/11/2011 - Dr. Douglas Granger Promoted to Professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing
JHUSON faculty member and Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Salivary Bioscience Research Douglas Granger has been promoted to Professor.
01/05/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Seeks Two Department Chairs
JHUSON is seeking nursing leaders to serve as department chairs in the Department of Community-Public Health and the Department of Health Systems and Outcomes.
01/03/2011 - Hopkins Nursing Dean Receives Leadership in Research Award
Martha N. Hill, PhD, RN, JHUSON Dean, has been selected to receive the 2011 Leadership in Research Award from the Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS).
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