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AMRchat - July 20-21, 2017
On July 20-21, 2017, the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing will host #AMRchat. This is a Twitter chat. We'll be talking about antimicrobial resistance with students, staff, faculty, researchers, and institutions - through tweets.
Bring your friends.
The Nurse Educator Certificate at JHSONThe US needs 3.2 million nurses by 2024 - and we need you to educate them. A Nurse Educator certificate enables experienced professional nurses to combine their clinical expertise with a passion for teaching.
Working with a Grant Writer
The Office for Science and Innovation (OSI) is pleased to announce that Susan Wiley, Grant Writer for OSI, will be hosting a workshop with a focus on how to work with a grant writer. Grant writers inhabit many roles and have experience across various industries. Working with internal and external writers and editors requires some planning and communication. In this workshop, we will take you through the expectations, responsibilities, and process of working with a grant writer as well as discuss how grant writers differ from other similar roles. Please RSVP to SON-Innovation@jhu.edu and we hope to see you soon! Lunch will be provided for this workshop. This workshop will be recorded. The work shop will held in Pinkard 202 from noon - 1:30 on Thursday, July 20, 2017.
Kelly Gleason, Drs. Szanton and Gitlin Publish New ArticlePhD candidate Kelly Gleason and Drs. Sarah Szanton and Laura Gitlin have published a new manuscript titled "The Association of Socioeconomic Conditions and Readiness to Learn New Ways of Performing Daily Activities in Older Adults With Functional Difficulties" in the Journal of Applied Gerontology. The publication reports on their work examining readiness to learn new ways of performing daily activities among older adults with functional limitations, and how readiness is impacted by socioeconomic conditions. They found that older adults with difficulties affording food are more likely to demonstrate willingness to participate in an intervention to reduce disability. Great work!
Keep Your Finger On The PulseRanked #7 internationally as one of the top nursing websites/blogs, On The Pulse is a multi-author blog that features JHSON news, research, student/faculty perspectives, and local community stories. Keep your finger On The Pulse.
Fisher Center Discovery ProgramTo develop excellence in clinical research regarding environmental infectious pathogens, the Center has created the Fisher Center Discovery Program (FCDP). We award a maximum of $50,000 to individual researchers during a single annual grant cycle. Notifications about the grants opportunity are distributed by email via individual schools of the Johns Hopkins University and pertinent faculty list serves. All full-time faculty members of the Johns Hopkins University, especially junior faculty, are encouraged to apply. For questions concerning the grants program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 443-287-4840.