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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 ... read more

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health turns 100

From water to drugs and disease, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg ... increased more than 25 years because of the contributions of public health advances. Vlahov, the needle exchange researcher who is now the ... read more

Nurse to speak at WSSU’s Founder’s Day convocation

Fannie Gaston-Johansson, the first black woman to be a tenured full professor at Johns Hopkins University ... of the university’s nursing program. “It’s exciting to be able to celebrate the school of ... read more

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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 ... read more


School of Nursing secures $6M gift for building expansion

In recognition of the gift, the Carpenter Foundation name will also be etched on the Johns Hopkins University Founders Wall, which celebrates and recognizes ... that is going to transform nursing ... read more

Report: Johns Hopkins boosts local business spending 23%, hires more than 300 city residents

Johns Hopkins ... nursing assistant and community health worker — in fiscal year 2017. As part of HopkinsLocal, the institutions also hired 138 returning citizens, or people coming out of prison, ... read more

In Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Seeks to Be a Good Neighbor

“Johns Hopkins University ... certified nursing assistant and community health worker,” notes Eichensehr. Among those hired were “138 returning citizens, or people coming out of prison, including ... read more

Patricia Rasche McPherson

Born in St. Peter, Minnesota on September 2, 1936, Pat graduated from Northwesteern School of Nursing in Minneapolis in 1957 and began a career as a registered nurse at the St. Peter State Hospital ... read more

Sarah N. Henneberger, 85

She graduated as valedictorian from Smithsburg High School in 1950. She attended Gettysburg College for two years and graduated from the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing with a ... by the ... read more

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 ... read more

University of Vermont announces honorary degree recipients

The nonprofit is a gathering place for all people to celebrate African American and African ... the Director of the Neurogenetics and Behavior Center at Johns Hopkins University. Her forty years of ... read more

See the winners of St. Louis Magazine's Excellence in Nursing Awards 2017

This year, more than 200 nominations were reviewed by a distinguished selection committee comprised of respected leaders from such organizations as Mayo Clinic–Florida, Johns Hopkins University School ... read more



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