The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (SON) took home half of the awards given at the Friends of the National Institute of Nursing Research (FNINR) Nightingala Celebration on October 15: Nancy Glass, a global leader for health promotion and gender equality, received the Path-Paver Award and Sarah Szanton, a leader in nursing and gerontology, received the Protégé Award....Click here to read more.
On the night of September 28, a red carpet will roll out along a “Boulevard of Stars” for Hopkins nurses, their families, friends, and fans....Click here to read more.
The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON) may be located in East Baltimore, but the students, faculty, and staff participate in blogs, organizations, task forces, and conferences all around the nation and world....Click here to read more.
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The second-annual celebration of An Evening With the Stars, which salutes nurses voted by their peers and supervisors as Johns Hopkins’ best, will be held on Saturday, September 28, 2013 “along the boulevard of Johns Hopkins Nursing stars.”
The gala will be held again this year in the Anne M. Pinkard Building and its courtyard at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (JHUSON), 525 N. Wolfe St. in Baltimore. In the meantime, nominations are being accepted for stellar nurses in three categories (submit by July 15):
Shining Hospital Star (two winners)
Nurses at any of the hospitals in the Johns Hopkins system who demonstrate clinical excellence in their area of nursing, improving the quality of patient care and making a significant difference in the nursing profession.
Shining Student Star
Students who exemplify leadership within the classroom or student organizations, participate in community outreach efforts through healthcare initiatives, and exhibit outstanding patient care in their clinical rotations.
Shining Faculty Star
Faculty who demonstrate excellence in teaching patient care, look for innovative ways to engage students and peers in local and global community healthcare programs, and connect with students through nursing organizations and activities.
Workshops, charity events, appointments, awards, and presentations: The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing students and faculty do it all....Click here to read more.