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October 26-28, 2016

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  • Operation Health: Surgery's Emerging Role in Global Health

    The 2016 Johns Hopkins-Pulitzer Center Symposium, "Operation Health: Surgery's Emerging Role in Global Health," will feature five panelists, Bridget Huber (Journalist, Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting), Adam Kushner (Founder and Director, Surgeons OverSeas), Amber Mehmood (Assistant Scientist, International Health), Asad Latif (Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine), and Kent Stevens (Assistant Professor, Surgery). The Panel will be held Wednesday, November 2, 2016, 2.- 3:30 p.m. in Sheldon Hall (W1214) at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Please RSVP.

  • Hurricane Matthew Relief for Haiti

    Hurricaine Matthew, a devastating Atlantic hurricane, left 900 dead and tens of thousands without homes in the Southern region of Haiti. Approximately 61,500 peple were moved to shelters as storm surges swallowed seaside villages whole. JHSON has been working with NGOs in Haiti for more than a decade. While we can't be there ourselves, we are helping the devastated nation by funding three organzaions so that can bring shelter, clothes, and food to those in Haiti. Join us in giving aid to those most in need.

  • Welcome, Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital!

    We want to give a big School of Nursing "Welcome" to our Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital visitors. These administrators and clinic leaders will be at the School of Nursing for two weeks. Dean Davidson kicked off the visit yesterday with a lecture. They will be in assigned clinicals for the remainder of their trip. Welcome to the School of Nursing!

  • REMINDER: ICOWHI Congress 2016

    A reminder to everyone planning on attending the 2016 ICOWHI Congress in Baltimore - please make sure to register prior to the event. The agenda for each day of the Congress has been released and is available on the website. You can also find a list of keynote speakers and the five goals of ICOWHI.

  • Morgan Movie Screening

    On November 2, 2016, LGBTQ Life at JHU will be hosting a screening of the film Morgan. The film is about a newly paraplegic man named Morgan that finds support from a man name Dean to enter the same bicycling race as a wheelchair contestant that took his ability to walk. The screening begins at 6:30 p.m. in Hodson 213 on the Homewood Campus.

  • #WeGotThis Vignettes

    In series of seven video vignettes, researchers at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing address aspects of nursing that go beyond the bedside. You can view the videos in a playlist here.

  • Congrats to JoAnne Silbert-Flagg

    Congratulations to Dr. Silbert-Flagg on becoming a fellow in the American Academy of Nursing! We're so proud!

  • D-Red Speaker Series

    The D-Red Speaker Series of Morgan State University has a very special guest coming to speak at their campus. Deputy Surgeon General Rear Admiral Sylvia Trent-Adams will be speaking about her role, current health challenges the Nation faces, and career opportunities with the U.S. Public Health Service. Rear Admiral Sylvia Trent-Adams will be speaking from 11:00 a.m. to noon in Room 104 of the Business School Auditorium at Morgan State University.

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