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September 22-23, 2022

September 22-23, 2022

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  • Flier for Honor a Star campaign
    Honor a Star/Diversity Award

    Consider honoring a special person or persons at this year’s An Evening with the Stars celebration, 6-8 p.m. Thursday. November 10. Not only will that person receive recognition, but your support will help raise important scholarship funds for future Hopkins Nurses from our Baltimore community. Purchasing a star in someone’s honor leads to: Your tax-deductible gift directly benefiting JHSON’s Baltimore Talent Scholars Fund; the person you are honoring receiving a notification letter from JHSON; that person’s name displayed at this year’s event; and that person’s name included in this year’s event program.

    And while you’re there, please take advantage of the opportunity to nominate a colleague for the School of Nursing Diversity Award.

  • Built to Scale: Customer Discovery

    Customer discovery is a critical, yet often overlooked, tool for moving research into practice. The methodology involves identifying and understanding potential customers’ needs and pain points. At 10 a.m. Thursday, October 13, join guests Ricky Venters and AJ Donelson, who draw on their extensive experience in the business field to share insights on how customer discovery can help transform a vision of an evidence-based intervention into a validated and scalable model.

    The Built to Scale series, offered via Zoom through the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing RESILIENCE Center, explores challenges and successes in scaling evidence-based health interventions.

  • Flier for grand rounds event
    Alumni Community Week Grand Rounds

    In celebration of Alumni Community Week, we welcome JHSON alumni Diana Baptiste, ’13, Binu Koirala, ’19, and PhD candidate Sabrina Elias, 11:30-1 p.m. Thursday, September 29, to discuss psychosocial, environmental, and social factors impacting cardiovascular risk among ethnic minority groups living in the United States. The Virtual Nursing Grand Rounds Series will offer attendees one free education credit upon completion of a post-event quiz after each session, with the goal of fulfilling the JHSON’s mission of providing lifelong learning for health care professionals within the community. 

  • Flier for Cocktails and Conversations
    Health Equity Through Shared Decision Making

    Nurses are critical to solving our most pressing and persistent health challenges. The social reckoning and ongoing pandemic have highlighted opportunities for nurse leaders, clinicians, and researchers to drive structural changes for their unique contexts. Responding to evolving imperatives of the nursing profession, this event will explore the role of nurses in promoting equity and in dismantling practices that perpetuate racism and oppression. Attendees to Cocktails & Conversations: Achieving Health Equity through Shared Decision Making, 6-8 p.m. Friday, September 30, will enjoy cocktails and other refreshments as they engage in a peer dialogue about ways to integrate principles of social justice into nursing practice and health policy.

  • Evaluating PNP Practice

    In the article "Evaluating the Practice of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners: Is it Time for Dual Primary and Acute Care Preparation?," faculty members Shawna Mudd, Deborah Busch, Kristen Brown, and colleagues "evaluate contemporary pediatric nurse practitioner (PNP) practice as it relates to the competencies of both the primary and acute care population focus and settings of practice to guide curriculum revisions. The design of the study was a cross-sectional survey of PNPs certified by the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board.

  • Northeast Market in the late 1800s.
    History Lesson: Northeast Market

    Baltimore Heritage’s Five Minute Histories video series takes a look at Northeast Market from its early days (1880s) as a center of life for Czech immigrants in East Baltimore, “nestled in an area that used to be called Little Bohemia,” to today. Take a new look at an old favorite of folks in and around Johns Hopkins.