Volunteers sought for No One Dies Alone pilot program

In February, the Johns Hopkins Hospital will launch a pilot of the No One Dies Alone program, which has been successfully implemented at Suburban Hospital since 2013. The program offers companionship and support to patients who are nearing the end of life by providing volunteer employees who will sit with them in their final moments.

At this time, only staff, faculty, residents, trainees, and students at JHH and the schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health are eligible.

In order to become a NODA volunteer, interested parties must first complete the JHH volunteer training. Click here to begin the application process.

The JHH volunteer training must be completed by Tuesday, Jan. 24, in order to participate in NODA training, which will be offered at the end of January.

Learn more about the NODA program that has successfully been implemented at Suburban Hospital.

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