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Sunday, July 21, 2019
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  • R01 Grant

    Congratulations to Hae-Ra Han on receiving an R01 grant from the NIH for her “PLAN: Dementia Literacy Education and Navigation for Korean Elders with Probable Dementia and their Caregivers.”

  • Alumni Event in DC

    SON and the University of Wollongong will co-host an alumni event Thursday, August 1 in Washington with experts on the role of virtual reality in transforming organizational learning and development. Panel discussion/Q&A at 6:30 p.m., networking reception at 7:30 p.m. The Hay Adams, 800 16th Street NW. Register here.

  • Summer Research 2019
    An online edition of Johns Hopkins Nursing features Assistant Professor Yvonne Commodore-Mensah's work on heart disease, plus a year of faculty publications.
  • Volunteer for City Kids

    Volunteer at the Charm City Games, Baltimore City Recreation and Parks’ annual Olympic-style event, Saturday, July 20. The games will be held across the city. Volunteer shifts are 2-4 p.m., 4-6 p.m., and 6-8 p.m. Sign up here.

  • Call for Authors
    Associate Professor Jesus Casida is serving as an editor for the AACN Advanced Critical-Care Journal and is on the lookout for authors to write about anything related to APRN practice in acute and critical-care settings. Column length is 6-10 pages without references. Email Dr. Casida if interested.
  • 2019 Shining Stars

    Nominate an outstanding peer today for a 2019 Shining Star Award in one of seven categories. Or honor a special nurse in your life—a colleague, friend, family member, or that special nurse who provided you with exceptional care or inspiration, buy buying a star (in gold or silver). An Evening with the Stars is 6 p.m. Saturday, November 2 at the Center Club, 100 Light Street.

    Nominations close August 23. Stars must be purchased before October 1 to appear in the event program.

  • Welcome, William Perry!
    William Perry recently joined the SON Student Financial Services team as an assistant director, having previously worked at University of Maryland University College as a student services manager. Welcome aboard.