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July 27-29, 2016

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  • Subjective Cognitive Impairment and Affective Symptoms - Jeanine M. Parisi

    Dr. Jeanine M. Parisi of the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health has co-authored a literature review entitled "Subjective Cognitive Impairment and Affective Symptoms: A Systematic Review." The review looks at previous studies conducted suggesting that Subjective Cognitive Impairment (SCI) reflects affective symptoms rather than actual cognitive issues.  

  • How to Nail Your Next Talk

    Public speaking can be nerve-racking. HUB at Work gives us five tips to enhance your public speaking abilities and ease your anxieties for any occasion. Whether it's a speech in front of a large audience or a meeting with coworkers, this HUB article will give you peace-of-mind when speaking in front of your peers. Remember: never say sorry, relax, and breathe! 

  • Marketing & Communications Portal

    Questions about branding, templates, or email signatures? Visit the Marketing & Communications portal page to find Powerpoint templates, branding and style guides, and formats for posters and fliers. You can also find a directory of all MarComm staff and submission forms for events and requests for SONvitals and Social Media.  

  • Deborah Gross and Amie Bettencourt Webinar

    Deborah Gross and Amie Bettencourt will be hosting a webinar on their research in "Social and Behavioral Readiness for Kindergarten: Research and State-Level Perspectives" on August 9, 2016 from 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.

  • Hopkins at Pride

    Baltimore Pride was held this past weekend in the Mount Vernon neighborhood. Johns Hopkins had a large presence in the parade with 300 participants followed by the Blue Jay Shuttle and an ambulance. Nurses at the head of the Hopkins contingent wore scrubs to represent the rainbow flag. 

  • Rachel Jamora Awarded 2016 Anthony J. Jannetti Scholarship

    Congratulations to Rachel Jamora for winning the 2016 Anthony J. Jannetti Nursing Economic$ Foundation Scholarship in the amount of $5,000. The scholarship is to be used toward tuition and other fees while enrolled at the School of Nursing. Congrats, Rachel! 

  • Turn it Off

    A new blog post from Paula Nersesian, MPH, RN titled "Turn it off," highlights the importance of Implantable cardioverter-defibrillators and her personal experience with the machines. 

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