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April 29-30, 2019

April 29-30, 2019

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  • REDCap for Research

    PhD candidate Erin Spaulding will host a workshop on using REDCap for project management, data collection, and data management, noon-1:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 30, Room 010. Erin is project coordinator for the Myocardial infarction, COmbined-device, Recovery Enhancement (MiCORE) study, developing and now managing a multi-site REDCap project for it. RSVP (catered lunch).

  • Songs from Hospice

    Singer J Lind presents “Songs and Stories from Hospice,” 4:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 14, Grossi Auditorium, Bayview. Free. RSVP.

  • Sweet Break

    The SON and JH Nurses’ Alumni Association have planned a Nurses Week coffee-and-ice-cream break—11 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday, May 7 to show appreciation for all you do. Carpenter Room and café area.

  • SDH Symposium 2019

    The Social Determinants of Health Symposium 2019 is 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday, May 13, Turner Auditorium, 720 Rutland Avenue. Panelists include SON Professor Sarah Szanton. Registration: $15.

  • Preceptor Guidebook

    Faculty are invited to attend a Preceptor Guidebook Coming Out Party 3-4 p.m. Wednesday, May 1, in the Carpenter Room.

  • Welcome, Porscha Reid!
    Porscha Reid, recently onboarded as senior administrative coordinator, is "outgoing, a motivational team player who loves the outdoors, green smoothies, and family and friend game nights." Born and raised in Washington, DC and mom to two amazing boys, Porscha had served as a JHU administrative coordinator for four and a half years. Welcome!
  • SON Joins Major Stand Against Opioid Misuse

    The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing has joined more than 100 organizations across the U.S. and the National Academy of Medicine in a commitment to reverse trends in opioid misuse. Opioids kill 130 people every day and, according to the nonprofit research organization Altarum, cost more than $1 trillion from 2001 to 2017, with $500 billion more projected by 2020. Read more.