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Text AlertsEmergency notification via text message is the most effective way to stay safe and be prepared in emergency situations or inclement weather. Confirm that your cellphone number is enrolled to receive messages through the Johns Hopkins Emergency Alert System, used when “just in time” messages are required. Sign up for all campuses that you frequent.
Student Employee of the Year
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2019 JHU Student Employee of the Year. All JHU students who are currently employed in a student/part-time position on campus, in any division, are eligible. All nominees receive a commemorative gift and will be invited to take part in the Student Employment Awards Ceremony. The winning student receives a monetary award and other prizes. Nominate your student today. Nomination forms can be found under “Important Dates.” Deadline is Sunday, February 17.
Be Heard on DNRs
The American Nurses Association Center for Ethics and Human Rights Advisory Board seeks public comment by February 20 on a proposed position statement, “Nursing Care and Do-Not-Resuscitate Decisions.”
Course on Lipid Disorders
Are you up to date on evaluating and managing lipid disorders? A new course prepares you to utilize the latest practice guidelines and to take the clinical lipid specialist examination. Topics include pathophysiology, laboratory evaluation, and the genetic component of hyperlipidemia.
Faculty & Staff Diversity Retreat
Remember: Diversity Retreat, 9 a.m.-noon Monday, February 25, Alumni Auditorium. Continental breakfast begins at 8:30 a.m. Register here for a boxed lunch.
Global Health in GuatemalaSummer 2019 MSN (Entry into Nursing) students are invited to an information session 11:50 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 13 on the spring journey to Guatemala led by faculty members Martha Abshire and Vinciya Pandian.
6.3 CNE for Free: Lipid Disorders
Are you up to date on evaluating and managing lipid disorders? A new course prepares you to utilize the latest practice guidelines and to take the clinical lipid specialist examination. Topics include pathophysiology, laboratory evaluation, and the genetic component of hyperlipidemia. Course is 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday, March 29 in the Carpenter Room (lunch provided). Register now.