August 8-9, 2022Subscribe to
Welcome, Denise Rosado!
Denise Rosado joins the SON Center for Community Programs, Innovation, and Scholarship (COMPASS) team today as administrative coordinator, coming to us from the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, where she assumed multiple roles including executive secretary, education program coordinator, and admissions coordinator. Great to have Denise aboard!
JHU Monkeypox Briefing
JHU will host a virtual briefing about the global monkeypox outbreak, which the World Health Organization declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. At the briefing, 10:30-11:30 a.m. Wednesday, August 10, learn about topics including the prevention and treatment of monkeypox; how it is transmitted and ways to contain its spread; the social context for monkeypox and ways to reduce stigma around outbreaks; and the availability and distribution of vaccines. Expert panelists include SON Professor Jason Farley, SOM/BSPH’s Noreen Hynes, and BSPH’s Amesh Adalja and William Moss.
Hopkins Tech Hub
The Tech Hub on the East Baltimore campus now offers a direct link for personal purchases. The Tech Hub, at 855 N. Wolfe Street, Suite B, carries Apple products/devices/accessories and Microsoft Surface tablets; offers Johns Hopkins employees, students, graduates, and alumni discounts on Apple products; has older Apple devices available at clearance prices; and can service or troubleshoot your Apple iPhone or laptop. Walk-ins welcome.
You may also make departmental purchases of products and devices through Service Now.
Summer Research Issue 2022Each summer, Johns Hopkins Nursing magazine's online version gathers a healthy sampling of SON faculty and student publications from the year to date to say "Hooray for Us" but also to share our researchers' astounding output across campus, the U.S, and the globe. It's online now!
2022 Shining Star Nominations Open
Through September 9, nominate an outstanding faculty member, student, preceptor or colleague from the Johns Hopkins nursing community for excellence in patient care, mentorship, and education to be celebrated at An Evening With the Stars November 10.
Click on the category to learn more and enter a nomination.
'A Journey for Women of Color'
Join five Johns Hopkins experts—Drs. Yvonne Commodore-Mensah (SON), Erica Richards, Alodia Gabre-Kidan, Nilofer Azad, and Sabra Lewsey—for “A Journey for Women of Color,” a three-episode podcast devoted to health issues among women of color moderated by Kelly Swoope of WMAR. Dr. Commodore-Mensah’s episode is called “The Beat: Preventing Heart Disease.” The other two episodes are “Coping with Stress and Anxiety” and “Confronting the Threat of Colon Cancer.”