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May 22-24, 2019
DNP Nurse Anesthesiology

Become a nurse anesthetist through the top-ranked DNP program at Johns Hopkins. Starting in May 2020. students will learn to administer anesthesia to a diverse population of patients across the lifespan and in a wide array of clinical settings. Graduates are prepared to translate evidence-based practice into care and drive health care innovation. Learn more.

Global Nursing Movie Night

Poverty, Inc. looks at socioeconomic disparities, their ties to health outcomes, and what we can do about it. See and discuss the film, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 22, Room 217.

Hopkins on the Hill

Assistant Professor Laura Samuel will represent the School of Nursing from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 12 at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington, DC. She and other Johns Hopkins University affiliates will showcase works in artificial intelligence, education, space exploration, health care, extreme materials, and more. Register.

Jay’s Café Farewell

Join us in the Carpenter Room at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, June 5 for a potluck as we say farewell to our friends from Jay’s. It’s time to cook for Nora and Christina. Bring your favorite sweet or savory snack to share with others. Cash contributions are being collected in the Dean’s office until June 3. Please RSVP.

Watch Parties: Future of Nursing

Engage with the National Academy of Medicine’s Committee on the Future of Nursing 2020-2030 by hosting a watch party with fellow students and colleagues. The first public meeting will be broadcast from Chicago on June 7. Join or host a Watch Party through Campaign for Action.

Pride Month Events (June)

As part of Johns Hopkins’ recognition of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month, the university and health system will participate in Pride events in Washington (June 8-9), Baltimore (June 15-16), and St. Petersburg, FL (June 22-23). Register to march in Pride parades and select your Johns Hopkins Pride T-shirt size. To learn more about our LGBTQ organizations and activities, visit the Johns Hopkins Medicine LGBT Resources and Johns Hopkins University LGBTQ Life websites.

SDH and Economic Mobility

On May 1, the Brookings Institution’s Braiding and Blending Working Group hosted Braiding and Blending Funds to Promote Social Determinants of Health. It focused on “braiding and blending” funds from different sources, the challenges of achieving such flexible funding, and policy steps to make it easier to improve community health and economic mobility. If you were not able to attend or view the webcast, video recordings  are now aavailable. 

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