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Ethics Jun 24, 2015
PODCAST: Weighing Death and Treatment
Dean Patricia Davidson discusses end of life choices
Domestic Violence Jun 20, 2015
Students Make Cranes for Peace
Students express sympathy for School of Nursing security officer who lost his daughter to a suspected case of intimate partner violence
Ethics Jun 14, 2015
Student Liaison for Nursing
BSN student Stephanie Al-Adhami will serve until spring 2016 as the Maryland Association of Nursing Students’ student liaison to the Maryland Nurses Association
Domestic Violence Jun 1, 2015
Awarded for Connecting Domestic Violence Victims to Services
Patty Wilson, PhD(c), RN, and other members of the Project Connect Maryland Leadership Team received the “Outstanding Contributions to Victim Services” award at Maryland’s Governor’s Victims Assistance Award Luncheon.
Event May 11, 2015
Shining Star Nominations Open
The nomination period opens May 11 and runs through July 3 for the Shining Star Awards
Research Apr 29, 2015
DNP Student Wins Fulbright, Will Study Obesity Spike in S. Korea
Lorenzo Nava, a doctoral student at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, has earned a Fulbright Scholarship.
Global Health Mar 30, 2015
Smartphone App to Link South African Patients with Deadly Disease to Care
Dr. Jason Farley works with mobile health platform, emocha, to link patients in South Africa with multi-drug resistant tuberculosis to care
Academic Program Mar 10, 2015
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Ranked #2 by U.S. News & World Report
U.S. News & World Report has once again named the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) as one of the top 5 accredited nursing school graduate programs in the nation, ranking it #2 in its survey for 2016.
Community-Public Health Mar 4, 2015
Violence to Homecare Workers Means New Policies Needed
When it comes to caring for older adults, there is a shift to a consumer-driven model that focuses on keeping patients in their homes and out of institutional care facilities.
Aging Feb 23, 2015
Proving CAPABLE
Preliminary Findings: After inexpensive home intervention, 80 percent of elder participants see daily life, health improved.