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January 15-16, 2018

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  • research

    Call for Abstracts: Diagnostic Excellence Summit

    Abstracts are due by Jan. 28 for the Armstrong Institute Diagnostic Excellence Summit, April 10, Chevy Chase Auditorium. Submissions are being accepted for abstracts about Applied Innovations, Clinical Vignettes, Scientific Abstracts. The summit will focus on major public health and health care quality concerns related to improving diagnosis in health care. 
  • events

    Mix & Mingle

    The Johns Hopkins Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare invites you to a Malone Center "Mix & Mingle" event at the medical campus. Join us for drinks, light hors d'oeuvres, and a chance to meet new faculty members. We hope to see you there!
  • brain

    New Research by Tammy Slater

    A new study conducted by faculty Tammy Slater assesses the feasibility of extending non-invasive cerebral oximetry monitoring from a cardiac surgery operating room into the postoperative care environment. The article "Cerebral Perfusion Monitoring in Adult Patients Following Cardiac Surgery: An Observational Study" was published in Contemporary Nurse.
  • events

    SPAN Program Information Session

    Wednesday, January 17, 2018, 8:00-8:50 a.m., Room 305. MEN students graduating in Summer 2018 who plan to pursue an advanced specialty degree in nursing are invited to attend this information session to learn more about the SPAN program. The SPAN Program offers career placement, mentorship and support so that new graduate nurses can obtain nursing experience before returning to school, and then offers scheduling flexibility and employer tuition assistance once enrolled in an advanced degree program. Breakfast will be served. Register by January 16, 2018 to attend this event.

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    Early Bird Registration is Open!

    Registration is now open for the 2018 Eleventh National Doctors of Nursing Practice Conference in Palm Springs, Sept. 27-29. Conference objectives include: identifying potential changes in practice, exploring strategies to sustain projects, collaboration across disciplines, and applying evidence to practice. The call for abstracts is open until Feb. 15.
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    Hughes on Education Committee

    Congratulations to faculty Vickie Hughes, who has been appointed to serve on the 2018 American Organization of Nurse Executives Education Committee. As part of the committee, Hughes will help advise AONE education offerings focusing on online learning opportunities and emergent issues affecting nursing leadership and next year's education goals.
  • events

    Submit an Abstract for WHO Conference

    Submit an abstract for the 12th Biennial Conference and Meetings of the Global Network of World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centres for Nursing and Midwifery by Jan. 31. Topics of interest are Sustainable Development Goals and nursing innovations, midwifery innovations, health education, and technologies. The conference is July 17-20 in Cairns, Australia.
  • announcements

    Commemorating Martin Luther King Jr

    From Dean Patricia Davidson: "MLK's dream lives on in all that nursing stands for today: equal rights and health care for all—black, white, Hispanic, LGBTQ, poor, wealthy, everybody. We should take this holiday to pause and recommit ourselves—perhaps now more than ever—to eliminating social and health disparities and championing diversity, equality, and social justice for ALL. We can and must do better.  And together we will.  As you enjoy the holiday, please take a few peaceful moments to consider how you—and we—can continue to lead and collaborate in efforts to make our nation, our community, and our school a better place."