Recently, I heard Steven Luck, a professor of psychology at the University of California Davis, speak at a symposium sponsored by the Johns Hopkins University Gateway Sciences Initiative. He talked about the process of hybridizing one of his giant lecture-style … Read More »
Congratulations to the May 2016 graduates of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing! Check out photos from the ceremony below, view the entire Flickr album, watch a recording of the graduation, and purchase photos.
It’s not everyday that the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) students are on campus since so much of their learning experience is virtual, but when they are, their days are packed full of activities, classes, seminars, networking … Read More »
In celebration of National Nurses Week, take a look back through the years of nursing starting with the birth of modern nursing.
George Washington called on women to care for wounded soldiers during the Revolutionary War. Previously, military nursing had been done … Read More »