Skip Navigation
tree in front of School of Nursing building

SONvitals

SONvitals

Sign Up for Email Updates | View Print Version

September 23-25, 2020

Subscribe to
SONvitals
View Categories
  • announcements

    Free: Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder Course

    Register now for a virtual Treatment of Opioid Use Disorder Course, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday, September 26. The eight-hour blended course offers four hours of online learning (completed by September 25) and four hours of live learning. Designed for licensed physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants who plan to obtain a waiver to prescribe buprenorphine in office-based treatment of opioid use disorder. Course content will be co-provided by American Society of Addiction Medicine and Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. Questions: Tamar Rodney at trodney1@jhu.edu.

    Register: https://elearning.asam.org/p/JHUSep26

     

  • flier for the ON's Virtual Grand Rounds event
    announcements

    JHSON Virtual Grand Rounds: Gun Violence Prevention

    A monthly Virtual Nursing Grand Rounds Continuing Nursing Education Series begins 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesday, September 23 with “Gun Violence Prevention: The critical role of nurses in prevention, management and mitigation of violence.” Dr. Joseph V. Sakran—assistant professor of surgery, associate chief of the Division of Acute Care Surgery, director of emergency general surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital, and a gunshot survivor—will present on the burden of firearm injuries and strategies to address gun violence. A second presentation, "Domestic Violence & Guns: Even More Danger in a Pandemic," features JHSON Professor Jacquelyn Campbell.

    Register. (Registration required for CNE credit.)

  • Dennis Jones and Gail Schoolden of Johns Hopkins Hospital
    announcements

    CNS Curbside Consult

    The next CNS Curbside Consult (6-7 p.m. Wednesday, September 23) welcomes Drs. Dennis Jones and Gail Schoolden of Johns Hopkins Hospital, for a discussion and questions about practice and “real-life” as a CNS and how adding a DNP has improved their practice. To receive the Zoom link, RSVP to Assistant Professor Michelle Patch at mpatch1@jh.edu.

  • flier for conference on leadership
    events

    'Leading with Purpose'

    Register now for the American Academy of Nursing’s 2020 Virtual Policy Conference, to be held virtually October 29-31. This year’s conference theme: “In Crisis and Calm: Leading with Purpose.

  • Garrett Lecture speaker flier
    events

    SOM Garrett Lecture

    The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine will host author Elaine Weiss as keynote speaker for the 2020 Mary Elizabeth Garrett Lecture at 4 p.m. September 30.

  • events

    'RN Mentor Podcast'

    Join a conversation with Dr. Ali Tayyeb about creating opportunities to explore, innovate, and advance your ideal career path 3:45-4:45 p.m. on Wednesday, September 30.

    https://preview.tinyurl.com/yyxv8w4s

  • Madeleine Albright, former U.S. secretary pf state
    events

    Women in Global Health

    The next speaker in the Women in Global Health series (at noon on Wednesday, September 23) will be former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. Register today.

  • logo for diversity at JHU
    announcements

    ‘Skills to Become Equity-Minded’

    The first virtual session in the three-part series “Excellence in Diversity, Inclusion and Health Equity: Skills to Become Equity-Minded” is 5-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, September 23. Piri Ackerman-Barger of the University of Caifornia Davis leads a program of mini-lectures and hands-on learning activities. RSVP: sonevents@jhu.edu. Password: 015182.

  • announcements

    JHAA Student Grants

    The Johns Hopkins Alumni Association has launched its Student Grants Program for the 2020-2021 school year. Student organizations can apply for up to $1,500 in funding for projects, events, or community service. Applications are open through October 18. Learn more.

  • Nursing Public health logo
    events

    Nursing Public Health Network Career Panel

    The Nursing Public Health Network promotes an interconnectedness between Johns Hopkins Nursing students, alumni, and faculty of all educational levels and the schools of Public Health and Nursing. Join its career panel 12:15-1:15 p.m. Monday, October 5 to learn what public health nursing has to offer from experts including Keisha Pollack Porter, PhD, MPH, Matthew Lindsley, MPH, MSN, RN, Patty Wilson, PhD, MSN, RN, and Emma Jagasia, MPH, MSN, RN. RSVP form is here. 

  • Craig Pollack appointed to new professorship
    announcements

    Inaugural Katey Ayres Professorship

    The Johns Hopkins schools of Nursing and Public Health have announced the appointment of Craig Pollack, MD, MHS, as the inaugural holder of the Katey Ayres Endowed Professorship. Funded through a gift from JHSON Class of 1967 alumna Katey Ayres—and matched by the Maryland E-Nnovation Initiative Fund—the professorship will tackle the complex intersection of housing and social services and their impact on health. Read more.

  • flier for the Mental Health Grad Network
    announcements

    Students: Meet Like Minds on Mental Health

    Join the Mental Health Grad Network from noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, September 23 to learn more about upcoming events and how to get involved. RSVP for Zoom link. Questions: Sherry Chen (schen171@jhu.edu) or Ashley Yeboah-Afihene (ayeboah4@jhu.edu).

  • Associate Dean Gloria Ramsey
    announcements

    Tea and Empathy

    Join the conversation about diversity, equity, and inclusion with Associate Dean Gloria Ramsey, noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, September 23.

    Link: https://jhuson.zoom.us/j/94498222878
    Password: 093012

  • Health equity training program image
    announcements

    Health Equity Training Opportunities Virtual Showcase

    In partnership with the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Equity, SOURCE, the Bloomberg School of Public Health Office of Public Health Practice & Training, and the Bloomberg American Health Initiative, invites you to a Health Equity Training Showcase open to students, faculty, staff, and community members across Baltimore at 3 p.m. Wednesday, September 23. The event will highlight health equity research and/or service learning opportunities for trainees; provide an overview of the process for trainees who want to become involved; and offer a valuable opportunity for potential trainees to ask questions and meet faculty and staff experts in the field of health equity. Register.

  • 3 faculty members win the DAISY Award
    announcements

    DAISY Winners

    Read profiles of three SON faculty members who recently earned the DAISY Foundation Award for Extraordinary Nurses:

    Yanka Campbell, clinical instructor, MSN (Entry into Nursing)

    Marianne Fingerhood, clinical instructor and course coordinator, Adult-Gerontological Primary and Family Nurse Practitioner programs

    Brenda Smith Nettles, preceptor, Adult-Gerontological Primary and Family Nurse Practitioner programs; clinical instructor, Advanced Health Assessment course; co-course coordinator, Advanced Physiology/Pathophysiology course