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  • research

    Summer Magazine Online

    A new, all-online issue of Johns Hopkins Nursing features research of the past year, a message from the dean, photo slideshows, and more. And watch this fall for a bigger, bolder print version of the magazine.
  • announcements

    Video Session: Indian Health Service

    Join students from the Global Health Interest Group and Student Affairs from 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m. on July 23 in Room 510 for a session with Teresa Nelson, chief nurse executive at New Mexico's Santa Fe Indian Hospital. A member of the Chippewa tribe, she will discuss her pathway to nurse leader with the Indian Health Service. Q&A to follow. RSVP. Light lunch served.

  • announcements

    Executive DNP Mentorship

    The Johns Hopkins Nurses' Alumni Association and the DNP Nursing Program have announced the creation of a mentorship program. Students and alumni of the DNP-Executive program will receive emails with instructions for participating. Those interested in becoming mentors can complete this online form; DNP-Executive students interested in being paired with a mentor can complete this online form. Submit by August 15. Pairings will be announced in September.

  • achievements

    NINR Boosts Faculty AIDS Research

    The National Institute of Nursing Research has agreed to fund a supplement to the Johns Hopkins Center for AIDS Research for new Assistant Professor Derek Dangerfield's study of adherence to antiretrovirals among black men who have sex with men. Congratulations, Dr. Dangerfield.
  • announcements Online Learning offers the JHSON community courses and quality instructional content on topics from business, education/eLearning, marketing, photography, and web and video design to using common software products like Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, and SPSS. Simply log into the portal, use the SON Quicklink and then the Lynda icon.

  • achievements

    Campbell Named Edge Runner

    Professor Jacquelyn Campbell has been named an American Academy of Nursing Edge Runner for her Danger Assessment, which alerts those in violent relationships to warning signs of homicide and guides them toward help. It served as the framework for other interventions including MyPlan, a relationship-safety app developed by colleague Nancy Glass.

  • announcements

    Security Reminder: Employee Badges

    SON Human Resources reminds all employees that they “are required and expected to wear their ID badge on their person daily. … Those who do not have their badge are to use the Wolfe Street entrance of the Pinkard Building.”