A Sneak Peak at the School of Nursing ’ s New Home
Good news/bad news: these MSN (Entry Into Nursing) students graduate in May, just before the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing building expansion completes this fall. Scenes from the student building tour At five stories tall with 41,000 square feet of space, the addition reflects openness, a stronger presence in the community, and a forward-looking mentality The post A Sneak Peak at the School of Nursing’s New Home appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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We ’ ve Been Named the #1 Most Social Media Friendly Nursing School
NursingProgress.Org has named us the most social media friendly nursing school for 2020! At the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, we aim to stay abreast of modern communication—making our voice heard in the most important conversations of the day, and forging connections with our increasingly global community. We’re on a roll. In 2019, named No. The post We’ve Been Named the #1 Most Social Media Friendly Nursing School appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Nurse. Inventor. #WeGotThis.
In the early 90s, Dr. Jessie Casida was one of few nurses working on the first patient with a left ventricular assist device. The patient’s self-management responsibility was so complicated that it inspired him to create VADcare App. Watch the video and learn about VADcare App.    Read more: Nurse Intuition, Plus Engineering Know-How On The post Nurse. Inventor. #WeGotThis. appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Nurses Wear Red
Hopkins nurses wear red to raise awareness of heart disease in women. Why? Because of stories like Miki Goodwin’s. She’s not alone—heart disease is the number one cause of death among women and men in the United States and worldwide, and it can show up differently in women. Check out the American Heart Association’s tools The post Nurses Wear Red appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Cells to Society —February 2020
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Nurse Practitioner, one of the top 10 “Best Jobs” 5 of the last 6 years
Nurse practitioner has been ranked one of the top 10 “best jobs” for five of the last six years by U.S. News & World Report. Even better? It’s the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, and nurses have been ranked the “most trusted profession” for the last 18 years. In 2020, nurse practitioner ranked: The post Nurse Practitioner, one of the top 10 “Best Jobs” 5 of the last 6 years appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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I Am: A Hopkins Nurse. I Will: Challenge Cancer Care.
So much goes into cancer care—pain management, decision making, death with dignity. This year’s World Cancer Day theme is ‘I am and I will.’ Hear from five Hopkins nurses—three faculty and two students—and how they are challenging cancer care for the better. Kayla Madison, MSN (Entry Into Nursing) Student I am a future pediatric oncology The post I Am: A Hopkins Nurse. I Will: Challenge Cancer Care. appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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What Makes a Hopkins Nurse? Leadership!
Hopkins Nurses see a need and make a way—that’s what “leadership at every level” means. It’s not necessarily “everyone becomes a Chief Nursing Officer,” it’s leading the way in practice change in every setting. And although they have yet to graduate, our student leaders are model Hopkins Nurses. As Dean Davidson puts it, “We pride The post What Makes a Hopkins Nurse? Leadership! appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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What We Know About the Coronavirus
The 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is a new respiratory virus that was first identified in Wuhan, China. Believed to have started through an animal source, the virus is now spreading from person to person. The infection rate continues to rise globally, and as with any new virus, public health is of top concern. Experts from The post What We Know About the Coronavirus appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Accepted Students, *YOU* are the Johns Hopkins Difference
Today accepted students gathered at Johns Hopkins to take their next step along the nursing journey. All the way from Washington, DC to Minnesota, students in the fall 2020 cohort of the MSN (Entry Into Nursing) program are bold and courageous. They know that accepting the status quo won’t impact the challenges facing the world The post Accepted Students, *YOU* are the Johns Hopkins Difference appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Is your next step a nurse residency?
Considering a nurse residency program as your “next step” after becoming a registered nurse? It’s a good idea—the programs, typically 12 months long, help new nurses transition from education into clinical practice. Many recent grads appreciate the familiar structure. If you’re a soon-to-be RN considering a nurse residency, Career Lab Director Laura Arthur knows some The post Is your next step a nurse residency? appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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9 Tips to Ace a Nursing Career Fair
May and August nurse grads, are you ready? This Wednesday, January 22, 40 employers will be on site to recruit nurse externs, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, and nurse leaders. Here’s a preview of the organizations you’ll meet: Boston Children’s, Children’s National, Johns Hopkins, Northwestern, Providence Health & Services, Rush, Seattle Children’s, and Yale. Here are The post 9 Tips to Ace a Nursing Career Fair appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Nurse anesthetists: Leading the way in DNP education
Nurse anesthetists administer anesthesia and anesthesia related services. As the only advanced practice registered nurse specialty to require a doctorate (as of 2025), they’re leading the way in DNP education. What’s more, they’re among U.S. News & World Report’s: Best Paying Jobs Best STEM Jobs Best Healthcare Jobs 100 Best Jobs Watch the video to The post Nurse anesthetists: Leading the way in DNP education appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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1- 2 – 3
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing continues to set the pace for excellence in health care education. #1 master’s and DNP degrees #2 Nursing administration online program #3 Best online program In addition to our master’s and DNP degrees ranked No. 1 for 2020, we have been ranked as the No. 2 best online nursing The post 1- 2 – 3 appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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What Nurses Need to Know: The 2020 Healthcare Forecast
What’s next? Faculty experts share trends shaping care in 2020 and beyond. BIG DATA Big data and artificial intelligence will continue to dominate the conversation in research and health IT. Can progress keep up with the hype? Ken Dion, PhD MSN, MBA, FAAN PRIMARY CARE Primary care will continue to evolve in ways that can The post What Nurses Need to Know: The 2020 Healthcare Forecast appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Nurses are the “ Most Trusted Profession ” for 18 Years in a Row
In a 2019 Gallup poll, nurses ranked No. 1 as most honest and ethical profession. That makes 18 years in a row. Eighty-five percent of Americans–even higher than in in 2018—rated nurses as having “high” or “very high” levels of honesty and ethics. Congrats nurses! Americans trust you and that means a lot. You can The post Nurses are the “Most Trusted Profession” for 18 Years in a Row appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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2020: Year of the Nurse and the Midwife
The World Health Assembly has designated 2020 the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwife. Over the course of an entire year, organizations worldwide will celebrate what makes nurses distinct, raise awareness of their contributions to health care and science, and shed light on the fact that the world needs more nurses. Stay tuned for The post 2020: Year of the Nurse and the Midwife appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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What is Human-Centered Design? And What Can It Do For You?
Think about the last time you pushed a door you were supposed to pull. Like in Don Norman’s famous “Norman Door” example, we tend to blame ourselves for “misusing” products or repeating embarrassing mistakes. But  it’s the designer’s job to build a product that not only looks aesthetically pleasing, but that passersby intuitively understand how The post What is Human-Centered Design? And What Can It Do For You? appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Q & A with Sigma Nursing President-Elect Ken Dion
With #NursingNow2020, The Year of the Nurse and the Midwife, and the 2020 celebration of Florence Nightingale’s 200th birthday, all eyes are on nurses. “One thing I and President Richard Riccardi want to do is to keep the momentum going through Sigma’s 100th anniversary in 2022 and beyond,” says Ken Dion, PhD, MSN, MBA, RN, The post Q&A with Sigma Nursing President-Elect Ken Dion appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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17 Best Blogs of 2019
  From heartfelt personal narratives to eye-opening research to a couple of times you teamed up with someone awesome— The stories inside us all in the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing community are the reason On The Pulse was once again named a top blog for nursing. Not to mention our series Dialogues in Health The post 17 Best Blogs of 2019 appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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13 Tips to Survive Finals Your First Semester
By: Cornelia Coté Finals week is right around the corner, and many of us feel overwhelmed, stressed and tired. It’s almost over though! Here are a few tips to help you finish the semester strong. Make a study schedule for the weeks leading up to finals. Don’t forget to balance your study time between classes! The post 13 Tips to Survive Finals Your First Semester appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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We Were Named One of NurseRecruiter.com ’ s Top Nurse Blogs for 2019
Johns Hopkins Nursing and On The Pulse—the magazine and blog from Johns Hopkins School of Nursing—have been named one of NurseRecruiter.com’s Top Nurse Blogs for 2019. In 2019 we’ve had some incredible submissions. Some shed light on important gaps in care and research, like “We Need to Talk about Wound Care in Transgender Women Healing The post We Were Named One of NurseRecruiter.com’s Top Nurse Blogs for 2019 appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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My Unique Experiences Help Me See Patients Differently. Johns Hopkins Embraces That.
By: Tatiana M. Gallego Just two short years ago, I was in the same boat as you—making some tough choices about what I wanted out of life. I knew one thing: I wanted to become a nurse. I wanted my life to be full of meaningful experiences that fulfilled me and gave me purpose. And The post My Unique Experiences Help Me See Patients Differently. Johns Hopkins Embraces That. appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Public Health Nurses: Where Public Health and Nursing Meet
Watch the career panel on public health nursing Nurses are the front lines of public health. Locally and globally, public health nurses increase access to care. They don’t wait for patients to come to them—they step out into the community, educate people about health issues, improve community health and safety, and provide direct patient care The post Public Health Nurses: Where Public Health and Nursing Meet appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Palliative Care: Cultural Considerations at End-of-Life
Palliative Care: Cultural Considerations at End of Life (video) Most people aren’t aware of the difference between palliative care and hospice—let alone how to respond sensitively to cultural considerations when caring for patients with serious, chronic conditions. That’s why the Palliative Care Student Interest Group (along with the Black Student Nurses Group, Gertrude Stein Society, The post Palliative Care: Cultural Considerations at End-of-Life appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Fort Peck Indian Reservation: The Healthy People Factory
By Ellie Decker and Teresa Brockie Larry Wetsit, a former business leader, Fort Peck Community College Vice President, and the youngest Tribal Chairman elected to the Fort Peck Executive Board, now works from his basement office. He has left retirement for a new endeavor: research. Research on The post Fort Peck Indian Reservation: The Healthy People Factory appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Americans Trust Nurses to Improve the Health Care System, and They are Right to Do So
It’s no surprise that nursing was voted as most trusted to improve the U.S. health care system in a recent survey conducted by The New York Times, the Commonwealth Fund, and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. I say this not because I’ve been a registered nurse since 1980 and have seen the The post Americans Trust Nurses to Improve the Health Care System, and They are Right to Do So appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Meet a Nurse Practitioner
For many registered nurses, becoming a nurse practitioner is the next step. And why not? Nurse practitioners have one of the best jobs. Increasingly they provide primary care and have prescribing authority in many states. They can specialize to work with key populations, like pediatrics, women’s health, or even with military families. Demand for nurse The post Meet a Nurse Practitioner appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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The Critical Role of Nurses and Midwives in Humanitarian Health and Generating Recovery
2020—the Year of the Nurse and the Midwife—is approaching. The front lines of public health, nurses and midwives comprise over 50 percent of the health care workforce globally and play a critical role in providing humanitarian services as well as promoting resilience. The time is now to examine the unique role nurses play in global The post The Critical Role of Nurses and Midwives in Humanitarian Health and Generating Recovery appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Be Kind.
Today, November 13, is World Kindness Day. Mark Twain once said, “Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.”  It is something distinguishable, beautiful and just warms the soul.   It is a quality I believe all of my nursing colleagues encompass.  And all of us will be patients one The post Be Kind. appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Dean Podcast on Nursing Workarounds and More
Nursing workarounds, resource scarcity, gun violence, and home care are the topics of this month’s podcast with Dean Patricia Davidson. The Dean’s podcasts cover timely issues in health care around the world and nursing’s role in developing the solutions. Listen to the latest podcast below. Program Notes: 0:17  Nurses using workarounds in the hospital 1:17  The post Dean Podcast on Nursing Workarounds and More appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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An Alum (and Veteran!) Flew Flags in Combat in Honor of Johns Hopkins
By: Aniekan Nkanga Nurses are the front-line soldiers of health care. To become the best front-line soldier, I wanted the best education—so I attended Johns Hopkins. The program was hard but did not kill me, it made me stronger. When I graduated, I cried tears of joy and expected to get a high paying job. The post An Alum (and Veteran!) Flew Flags in Combat in Honor of Johns Hopkins appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Alumni Update
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NLN Center of Excellence
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing has been named a 2019 National League for Nursing (NLN) Center of Excellence in Nursing Education for sustained accomplishments in creating environments that enhance student learning and professional development. “This is one of the most distinguished and esteemed designations earned by a school of nursing and indicative of our The post NLN Center of Excellence appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Translating the Evidence
Story by Steve St. Angelo | Photography by Chris Hartlove PhD student works to break the silence on ‘hearing health’ and loneliness Jonathan Suen can recall moments in his life when it felt as though someone physically took him by the shoulders and pointed him in an alternative direction that suddenly made all the sense The post Translating the Evidence appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Shattell Named Hampton Robb Scholar
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2019 Heinz Award
Professor Sarah Szanton, PhD, ANP, FAAN, earned a 2019 Heinz Award for her work as founder and head of Community Aging in Place—Advancing Better Living for Elders (CAPABLE), an innovative program to improve health and independence while lowering costs for low-income adults aging at home. Szanton, recently named the inaugural Endowed Professor in Health Equity The post 2019 Heinz Award appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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NBNA Lifetime Achievement Award
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2019 FAAN Inductees
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You ’ ve Come a Long Way, Buddy
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CRNA: Living the Dream
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Chicago Parent Program Matches ‘ Gold Standard ’
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Want to be a Critical Care RN?
Watch the critical care nursing panel discussion with alumni and faculty For you, it’s just a typical day at work, for them, this may be the worst day of their life. They may be angry, stressed, scared. You’re trying to keep your patient alive while managing their loved ones’ emotions. It’s a steep learning curve. The post Want to be a Critical Care RN? appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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#Building4JHUnursing: New Courtyard Coming Soon
Being the #1 school of nursing is an incredible achievement, but an immense—if welcome—responsibility. Our courtyard oasis—coming soon!—will be a lovely spot to rest, reflect, and recommit to the pursuit of excellence. With hearts and minds refreshed, it’s back to business leading the way to the future. The Courtyard is where so much school history The post #Building4JHUnursing: New Courtyard Coming Soon appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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An Evening with Dr. Ernest Grant, President of the American Nurses Association
Video: An Evening with Ernest Grant, president of the American Nurses Association  Who is Ernest Grant, PhD, RN, FAAN? He is an internationally-recognized fire-safety and burn-care expert who has been a nurse for 42 years. He is the first man to become president of the American Nurses Association—and yet he began his career as a The post An Evening with Dr. Ernest Grant, President of the American Nurses Association appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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A Living Legend Will Talk About Making Resilience Happen
By: Melissa Hladek, PhD, CRNP, FNP-BC I first met Dr. Kate Lorig in person—after talking and e-mailing for over a year—in the cafeteria at the National Institutes of Health. She was there giving a lecture as part of the National Institute for Nursing Research Director’s series. We sat at a beige breakfast table. I was The post A Living Legend Will Talk About Making Resilience Happen appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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How to Make the Most of Your Clinical Experience
By Savannah Meng, Clare Hellmann, and Cornelia Coté This blog is part of the Academic Success Center series The Nursing School Survival Guide  Clinicals can seem nerve-wracking to some and exciting to others. Either way, it is a learning experience. At the end of the semester you’ll have new skills and feel confident in your brand-new nursing The post How to Make the Most of Your Clinical Experience appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Advancing the Science of Resilience
Watch the recording for Advancing the Science of Resilience Day PROMOTE—short for “Promoting Resilience in Persons with Multiple Chronic Conditions.” Led by Dr. Sarah Szanton, PROMOTE is a new, NIH-funded Center at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing that is leading a paradigm shift from disease-specific models of care to care that is person-centered and The post Advancing the Science of Resilience appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Q & A with Cynda Rushton, committee member of the National Academy of Medicine Study on Clinician Burnout
Today, the National Academy of Medicine released a new report, Taking Action Against Clinician Burnout: A Systems Approach to Professional Well-Being. Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Professor Cynda Rushton was one of only two nurses selected to serve on the committee preparing the report. As a forerunner in helping nurses overcome the burden of burnout, The post Q&A with Cynda Rushton, committee member of the National Academy of Medicine Study on Clinician Burnout appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Help Children Across the Continuum of Care
Do you want to work with children? In the hospital or a primary care setting? What if you could do both? That’s where the DNP Advanced Practice Track: Pediatric Dual Primary/Acute Care Nurse Practitioner comes in. “No matter what your practice setting is, you’ll develop the skills and competency to care for children from wellness The post Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Help Children Across the Continuum of Care appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine. (Source: Nursing Blogs at Johns Hopkins University)
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