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A lot Like Labor

Posted on April 18th | by Tia, BS Fall '14 in Accelerated, New, Onward, Students.
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I have just completed BIRTH COMPANIONS, an exciting training opportunity that equips Student Nurses to support, educate and advocate for pregnant women in our community. I have to be honest, Birth Companions is the reason that I chose The Johns … Read More »

Onward and Upward

Posted on April 14th | by The Beat in Baltimore, Faculty, SON on the Go.
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“The bunker” is a room just off the helipad atop the Sheikh Zayed Tower at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Its windows offer a breathtaking view onto the helipad from which rescue choppers do their lifesaving thing, transporting patients, vital organs, … Read More »

Reflection on Guatemala

Posted on March 31st | by Guatemala Volunteer Group in Accelerated, Guatemala, Nursing Talk, Public Health, SON on the Go, Students.
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A few things I took from Guatemala:

…to whom much is given, from him much will be required. Luke 12:48

I was blessed with the opportunity to use my nursing skills to help people in Guatemala. The care that I gave those … Read More »

Back in Baltimore

Posted on March 30th | by Guatemala Volunteer Group in Accelerated, Guatemala, New, Nursing Talk, Public Health, Students.
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Now that I’ve been back in Baltimore and am getting back into the swing of school, it is weird to think that I was in Guatemala just last week. The glow from our trip is slowly fading as my focus … Read More »