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    December SON Birthdays

    Happy December SON Birthday to Winter Backmon-Ware, Adam Beaman, Chakra Budhathoki, Jesus Casida, Matt Casse, Judi Damask, Ellie Decker, Kenneth Dion, Ginger Hanson, Katherine Marx, Kaitlyn McKay, Alexis Peay, Jessica Peters, Natalie Regier, Nancy Russell, Farah Shaukat, Tammy Slater, and Rebecca Wright. And many more!

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    Join the Capital Club

    Members of the JHSON Capital Club will have their names displayed on a plaque in the new building, with prominence based on giving level: Friend, $25, Supporter, $100, Champion, $250, Patron, $500, and Visionary, $1,000. Click link below to donate. (Select Building Campaign and type Capital Club in the comments box.) Questions: son-dar@jhu.eduThe deadline to become a member of the JHSON Capital Club is Thursday, December 31.

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    Fall/Winter 2020

    Check out the latest issue of Johns Hopkins Nursing magazine, featuring a look at the SON's new website feature on the Anatomy of a Nurse, plus faculty out front in the COVID-19 fight, profiles of students Khushbu Patel and Leah Woienski and Professor Phyllis Sharps, and much more. See it in flipbook form here.
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    Still Time to Give

    The United Way Campaign continues through December 18. While payroll deduction is no longer an option, you can still make a one-time donation and chose where your gift goes. The SON is close to 50 percent participation. Click here to donate.

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    Reflections of a CNO: Melissa Macogay, All Children's

    The next Virtual Clinical Forum in the “Reflections of a CNO” series will feature Melissa Macogay, vice president and chief nursing officer at All Children’s Hospital, 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, December 2 (password: Nursing).

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    Discussion Series on Structural Racism

    The Journeys in Healing Lecture Series includes three separate seminars that will address structural racism. (The first was Friday, November 6; the second was Thursday November 19.) Join our university community as we pause to reflect upon the historical context of racism and to renew our commitment as individuals and a School of Nursing as we further unite in solidarity. Registration is required. Questions can be submitted during registration.

    Session 3, Choice Points and Sharing Power: Choosing the Path for Racial Justice: 2-3 p.m. December 10. Register.

  • Assistant Professor Lucine Francis

    The Issue Is ... featuring Lucine Francis

    The Issue Is … presents “Probing the Mechanisms of Memory, Learning, and Weight Among People Across the Lifespan” with Assistant Professor Lucine Francis, 9-10 a.m. Tuesday, December 1, via Zoom. Dr. Francis’s research and practice have focused on health promotion in schools and child care.

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    Inclusivity and Education

    Registration remains open for the AACN’s Inaugural Diversity Symposium, December 2-3, meant for individuals with an interest and focus on advancing diversity and creating more inclusive learning environments. To register, login with your MyAACN Account. Members: $199; non-members: $299.