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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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 »
Last week, the global HIV Nursing world convened in Durban, South Africa for the 21st International AIDS Conference (IAC), and I had the honor of welcoming them as the president of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC). This … Read More »
Word traveled fast through the nursing community about the Senate’s final approval (07/13/2016) of the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA). This historic moment was especially sweet for those of us who have been long-time advocates of expanded access for persons … Read More »