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Aims to Improve Student Outcomes, Reduce Costs to Baltimore City Schools

nursing schoolThe Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is working with Baltimore City schools and local community foundations to strengthen parenting and parent engagement in pre-kindergarten and examining the impact of that investment on students’ later academic outcomes....Click here to read more.

From sexual violence among displaced women and girls to natural health products and children’s healthcare, to self-care protocols, VAP, and asthma: the Johns Hopkins Nursing Research News (part one of two):...Click here to read more.

nursing schoolIn some parts of the developing world, health resources are at such a premium that a pregnancy isn't just a blessing but also a crisis. And access to healthcare can be a matter of luck and location. Such inequities are a driving force behind Nursing and Midwifery Leadership: An Rx for the Global Human Resources for Health Crisis, which will bring nursing leaders of the Johns Hopkins community together on Wednesday, March 5, to formulate a strategic plan to address global health resource shortages....Click here to read more.

nursing schoolIt is estimated that 1 in 3 women will experience gender-based violence in her lifetime. Until the world finds a way to end such violence, everywhere, it will need heroes, and lots of them. Safe magazine not surprisingly found two at the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing: Jacquelyn Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN, and Nancy Glass, PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN....Click here to read more.

nursing schoolRegular exercise is a low-cost, low-tech way to boost well-being among healthy women and men. It also can be of benefit to adults of all ages being treated for prostate, breast, or other cancers, according to assistant professor Jennifer Wenzel, PhD, RN, and colleagues....Click here to read more.