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February 25-26, 2021

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    The PROMOTE Debrief: Maximizing Research Impact

    Join the PROMOTE Center at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing for an online forum on designing research for the real world, 12:30-3 p.m. Tuesday, March 9. Register.
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    COVID Call to Arms

    The SON has launched a new online course, the JHU COVID-19 Vaccination Training Program, for those preparing to participate in COVID-19 vaccination programs. Begin the course today.

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    BSNA Presents: Black Nurses Panel

    In honor of Black History Month, BSNA presents a virtual Black Nurses Panel, 6 p.m. Friday, February 26. Panelists include Diana-Lyn Baptiste, DNP, CNE, FAAN (cardiovascular health in underserved communities); Tedrick Vernon DNP, CRNA (nurse anesthesia); Joyell Arscott, PhD (pediatrics, public health, and infectious diseases); Gloria Ramsey, JD, RN (interdisciplinary research/scholarship related to bioethics, end-of-life care, and advance care planning); Jennifer Smith, MS, RN, & DNP candidate (pediatrics and outpatient nurse coordinator at Kennedy Krieger Institute); and Emerald Jenkins, RN & DNP (AGNP) candidate (psych—pain in older adults with cognitive impairment). RSVP.

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    SOURCE Service Scholars

    Nursing students: SOURCE Service Scholars make an impact by completing 150 hours of community-based practice with a SOURCE-partnered Baltimore organization while earning a $1,750 stipend. Scholars will receive training and guidance from SOURCE staff, and project work can be completed virtually. Types of Service Scholars project opportunities for 2021-22 include: Story-Telling Program Support; Health Education Workshops Design and Management; and Wellness Program Design. Applications open until March 15. Apply or learn more:

  • events

    2021 SOURCE Community Service Award Nominations

    As a part of National Volunteer Week (April 19-23), SOURCE will present its annual awards to individuals and groups that have shown a strong commitment to community engagement, service-learning, and public health practice. (Virtual volunteering is eligible for this recognition.) Categories: 

    • Individual Student Award for Excellence in Service – 1 winner each SON, JHSPH, SOM
    • Student Group Award for Excellence in Service – 1 winner from each school
    • Faculty Award for Excellence in Service-Learning
    • Community Mentor – leader from a SOURCE partner non-profit
    • Alumni Award

    Nominations due Friday, March 26.

  • Professor Jacquelyn Campbell, PhD

    2021 Lavinia Dock Lecture

    Lavinia Dock was a pioneer both in nursing education at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and in social activism, fighting disparities among women, immigrants, and the working poor with information. The second-annual event in the Lavinia Dock Lecture series, “Using Nursing Science for Activism for Social Justice: In the Footsteps of Lavinia Dock,” noon-1 p.m. Monday, March 15, features Jacquelyn Campbell, professor and Anna D. Wolf Chair at the SON.

  • Dr. David Hellmann of Johns Hopkins Medicine

    The Issue Is ... Telehealth and Social Connection

    The Center for Innovative Care in Aging’s The Issue Is … series will present David B. Hellmann, MD, Aliki Perroti Professor of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and director of the Johns Hopkins University Center for Innovative Medicine, 9-10 a.m. Tuesday, March 2. He will discuss “How to Re-Engineer Telehealth and Promote Social Connection.”

  • events

    Class of 2021 Gift Campaign

    The JHSON Class of 2021 is joining together to raise $6,000 for the Patricia M. Davidson Endowed Scholarship Fund. Members of the graduating Class of 2021, the final cohort with Patricia Davidson as dean of JHSON, are raising the funds as both a farewell gift and to begin their own legacy by supporting the education of a future nursing student. The class is asking for students to give $20.21 to the campaign in exchange for a graduation cord. Support the JHSON Class of 2021 Gift Campaign here. Questions? Contact DAR at

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    Innovation on Tape

    Kenneth Dion, SON assistant dean for business innovation and strategic relationships, attended a two-day symposium from the Hopkins Business of Health Initiative held this week and highly recommends it to staff and fellow faculty. Day One recording. Day Two.