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  • In commemoration of Juneteenth, members of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Black Student Nursing Association (BSNA) reflect on their ancestry, the resilience of Black people, and what it means to them to be a Black nurse. The post Celebrating Juneteenth With The Black Student Nurses Association appeared first on Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.
  • The first DNP Executive/MPH Dual Degree cohort graduated from the school of nursing, accumulating numerous honors and awards along the way. The post Congratulations to the First DNP Executive/MPH Dual Degree Cohort appeared first on Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.
  • Claire Grubb, a recent graduate of the MSN (Entry Into Nursing) program answers some questions about her journey through the program and offers some advice for incoming students. The post A MSN (Entry Into Nursing) Student’s Journey Through the Program: Q&A With Claire Grubb  appeared first on Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.
  • The Tradeoffs Podcast highlights the Neighborhood Nursing program with insights from Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Dean, Sarah Szanton. The post Sarah Szanton Talks Neighborhood Nursing with the Tradeoffs Podcast appeared first on Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.
  • Access all the graduation photos and the full class of 2024 commencement ceremony. The post Here’s To The Class of 2024 appeared first on Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.
  • Every year, at least 40 million women and birthing people around the world experience long-term complications following labor and childbirth. These complications range from sexual health issues to mental health to cardiovascular disease and are often rooted in systemic inequities. Currently, there are no global clinical care guidelines to identify and manage these issues beyond […] The post Strengthening Maternal and Child Health: Redefining and Reimagining Postpartum Care   appeared first on Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.
  • Read class of 2024 student speaker Joyline Chepkorir's speech that she gave during the graduation ceremony. The post From the Student Speaker: Joyline Chepkorir appeared first on Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.
  • About the Author: Alexys Olson Alexys Olson is a rising 5th semester MSN Entry into Nursing student at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. She has a background of a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Health and Society (Public Health) from Beloit College in Southern Wisconsin, where she was a three-sport-collegiate-athlete and heavily involved in […] The post 5 Resources for Expectant Parents, Courtesy of the Birth Companions appeared first on Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.
  • Dear Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Alumni, In recent years, we have witnessed a remarkable shift within the nursing discipline—a transition from focusing solely on individual interventions to recognizing the critical role of systems in shaping population health outcomes. As alumni of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, we have a unique opportunity and responsibility […] The post Alumni Update: Spring 2024 appeared first on Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.
  • Dr. Cindy Colson, ’23, has been appointed to the rank of Assistant Professor in the GWU School of Medicine and Health Science. This year she received the Distinguished Service Award from the American Trauma Society, MD Division and in 2022 the Best Research Abstract Award for Emergency Medicine from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Kristen Brown, […] The post Class News: Spring 2024 appeared first on Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.