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Johns Hopkins School of Nursing celebrates 130 years

Opening its doors in October 1889, the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing—established as a hospital training school—would become a national model for nursing education. Laying its foundation with such pi... read more

Johns Hopkins School of Nursing to Celebrate its 130th Anniversary

Newswise — The Johns Hopkins ... Nursing (JHSON)—once a hospital training school and now the No. 1 graduate nursing school in the nation as ranked by U.S. News & World Report—will commemorate the 130 ... read more

Johns Hopkins and CDC prepare emergency department staff to care for patients with infectious disease

"In the last several years ... disease, nursing, human factors and systems engineering, infection prevention and control, content development and visual design from organizations including Johns Hopki... read more

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Bel Air resident celebrates 33 years — half her life — since heart transplant at Hopkins

It made nursing ... Doctors at Johns Hopkins recently performed the world’s first transplant of a penis, scrotum and part of an abdominal wall on a wounded soldier. There have been 8,509 transplants f... read more


Florida's graduate programs rise in rankings

Selcuk Erenguc, senior associate dean for graduate programs ... University of North Florida (176). Johns Hopkins University earned the nation's top spot out of 353 schools. While U.S. News tends to li... read more

The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Birth Companions Program Celebrates 20 Year Anniversary

Newswise — The Birth Companions program at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON)—officially introduced in 1998—will celebrate 20 years of serving the community through free-of-charge doula servi... read more

How I got into 8 Ivy Leagues and 13 other schools

Kelly Hyles got into all eight Ivy League schools, plus MIT, Tufts, Johns Hopkins ... the list literally goes on. In fact, Hyles, a 17-year-old ... a certified nursing assistant. Hyles commutes an hou... read more

Vanderbilt University honors 19 as emeriti faculty

Later, at Johns Hopkins University ... Mentoring and the School of Nursing’s Alumni Award for Excellence in Nursing. He was selected one of the Top 100 Leaders of the Past 100 Years during the School ... read more

Through the lens: A look at the American Nurse

The idea of creating a book that would celebrate the American nurse was brought to me by a woman who has been a nurse for over 20 years ... nursing offers. One particularly rewarding interview was wit... read more

PARKER, JANE MCKENZIE

She was born on August 29, 1934 in Ipswich, MA to George Leslie McKenzie and Janet Scott and preceded in death by her devoted husband of 50 years, Dr. Ronald ... Jane went on to attend Johns Hopkins S... read more

Johns Hopkins effort to promote economic growth in Baltimore exceeds expectations

That's the message that Johns Hopkins ... nursing assistant, and community health worker on the health system side. As part of HopkinsLocal, the institution also hired 138 citizens returning from inca... read more

Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse stays aggressive, upsets Syracuse to advance to semis

The Johns Hopkins ... be off to the University of Maryland to play lacrosse. The Blue Jays won on Sunday by foregoing their traditional conservative offensive approach. The 16 goals tied their second- ... read more



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