Doctors won’t be the only ones receiving white coats in a formal ceremony these days. As part of their orientation, the incoming students at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing will be participating in a White Coat Ceremony as part of a national ground-breaking pilot program this fall. The purpose of the cloaking ceremony is to instill a commitment to providing compassionate care among future health professionals entering nursing schools. More than 100 schools of nursing were selected to hold the white coat ceremonies....Click here to read more.
Hopkins Nursing Joins Forces with the First Lady and Dr. Biden to Support Veterans and Military Families
Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing joins more than 500 nursing schools committed to further educating our nation’s 3 million nurses so they are prepared to meet the unique health needs of service members, veterans, and their families. ...Click here to read more.