Measurement Precedes Change
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by abonne11
4h ago
Structural racism is a core cause of health inequities. Providing evidence of that relationship requires a reliable method to measure structural racism. Frequently, measurements of racism are too simplistic and feed the false narrative that race, rather than racism, is the cause of racial health inequities. In this episode, Dr. Roland J. Thorpe, Jr., a… The post Measurement Precedes Change appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine ..read more
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Looking Towards a Brighter 2023 with Assistant Director of Admissions for Diversity Initiatives Alexander Murphy 
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by Sam DiStefano
1w ago
Each new year provides the opportunity for a fresh start. A chance for us to reflect on the previous year and set new intentions to focus on a brighter tomorrow. I feel grateful to have joined the School of Nursing’s Office of Admissions team where I serve as the Assistant Director of Admissions for Diversity… The post Looking Towards a Brighter 2023 with <strong>Assistant Director of Admissions for Diversity Initiatives Alexander Murphy</strong>  appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine ..read more
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The United States of Nursing: A Limited-Edition Series of On the Pulse, Episode 4
Johns Hopkins Nursing
by abonne11
2w ago
Meghan Lopez is Chief Strategy Officer at Global Support and Development. She graduated from the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing with her BSN in 2007, her MSN in 2010, and her DNP in 2019. In her current role, she facilitates disaster response and helps communities reach their goals of health, wellness, and resilience. ** This… The post The United States of Nursing: A Limited-Edition Series of On the Pulse, Episode 4 appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine ..read more
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20 Questions With Vice Dean, Bob Atkins
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by Sam DiStefano
3w ago
In August we welcomed new Executive Vice Dean Dr. Robert Atkins, a community builder and highly respected senior leader in higher education, to the Hopkins School of Nursing.  We look forward to the impact he will bring as he puts his mark on JHSON with his expertise and enthusiasm.  Learn more with: Twenty Questions with… The post 20 Questions With Vice Dean, Bob Atkins appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine ..read more
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Episode 22: From Ableism to Disability Advocate
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by abonne11
3w ago
Dr. Bonnie Swenor of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing talks about her personal experience with a disability and how that propelled her into a career in disability equity research and advocacy. Dr. Swenor is Director of the Disability Health Research Center at Johns Hopkins. She was recently invited to the White House Summit on… The post Episode 22: From Ableism to Disability Advocate appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine ..read more
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Nurses Named Most Trusted Profession for 22nd Year in a Row
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by Sam DiStefano
1M ago
We’re starting 2023 off on a high note. According to a recent Gallup poll, nursing is the the most trusted profession in America for the 22nd straight year. 79% of those polled said that nurses have the highest ethical standard among all professions, well above the second and third place rankings. The last time nursing… The post Nurses Named Most Trusted Profession for 22nd Year in a Row appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine ..read more
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Best Blogs of 2022
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by Sam DiStefano
1M ago
2022 was another exciting year for On The Pulse. We were named the top school of nursing blog on several lists and saw our readership expand more and more throughout the year. A lot has happened at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing in 2022, and now It is time we re-visit some of our… The post Best Blogs of 2022 appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine ..read more
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These are a Few of Our Favorite Things: Admissions Look into Baltimore Traditions
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by Sam DiStefano
1M ago
The city of Baltimore is filled with fun and interesting traditions that appeal to people from all walks of life. Our admissions team share the traditions they love most in Baltimore. Baltimore Black Choreography Festival  Moving to Baltimore in 2022 was such an exciting, yet nerve-wracking experience. I was nervous about not finding a community… The post These are a Few of Our Favorite Things: Admissions Look into Baltimore Traditions appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine ..read more
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Episode 21: A Peace Corps Story about HIV/AIDS, Menstruation, and Being with Communities in Uganda
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by abonne11
1M ago
Gurtler Scholarship recipient Kelsey Sabo served in the U.S. Peace Corps in Uganda from 2014-2018. She hosted a local radio show on malaria, HIV/AIDS and water sanitation, and she led women’s reproductive health workshops, helping women craft reusable menstrual pads out of low-cost materials. Podcast References and Resources: The Elephant in the Room The Gurtler… The post Episode 21: A Peace Corps Story about HIV/AIDS, Menstruation, and Being with Communities in Uganda appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine ..read more
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The United States of Nursing: A Limited Edition Series of On the Pulse, Episode 3
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by abonne11
2M ago
On this episode, Jeffrey Vu speaks about his career as a family nurse practitioner serving as Director of Clinical Services with the Orange County Health Care Agency and providing transgender health services in Orange County, California. Vu is a 2021 DNP/MBA graduate of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. ** This special, limited-edition series of… The post The United States of Nursing: A Limited Edition Series of On the Pulse, Episode 3 appeared first on Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine ..read more
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