Strength in a Storm

Posted on August 18th | by Hopkins Nursing in New.
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Chances are good that at some point in our careers as nurses we will find ourselves challenged to perform at the highest level in unfamiliar or dire circumstances. The world is so unpredictable. Take the case of Charlotte Thompson-Edgar, a … Read More »

Moral Distress: A Catalyst in Building Moral Resilience

Posted on August 9th | by Hopkins Nursing in New.
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Imagine this: You are a nurse. A new patient comes in and you already have eight other patients. This new patient does not react well to the pain relief  medication the physician has been giving her. You know it’s not enough … Read More »

Graduation Honors Final Baccalaureate Class

Posted on July 29th | by Hopkins Nursing in New.
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Congratulations to the graduates who walked the stage for the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing’s July 2016 Degree Completion Ceremony. Marking a special place in the school’s history, this ceremony included the final baccalaureate class to graduate from the JHSON.

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Turn it off

Posted on July 26th | by Hopkins Nursing in New.
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Those three words, only nine letters, mean so much. Turn off what? The light, the television, the car, your phone, your computer. Your chance at life?

Last month, I had the great privilege of spending my father’s last days with him. Soon … Read More »