Archived articles


Community health
Time for a checkup
Published March 24, 2018
Rales Health Center gives students at one Baltimore public charter access to the equivalent of a pediatrician's office right in their own school
Health care
The nurse will see you now
Published Fall 2017
Nurses' job descriptions have never been more diverse—and the U.S. needs a lot more of them / Johns Hopkins Magazine
13 nurses honored in Saudi Arabia
Published March 24, 2018
First cohort of Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare venture graduated Aug. 16 in Dhahran
School of Nursing launches DNP/PhD dual degree program
Published March 24, 2018
Program, which begins in Summer 2018, will simultaneously prepare nurses for clinical practice, research
Former School of Nursing dean to retire
Published March 24, 2018
Martha Hill, School of Nursing dean from 2001-2014, has spent more than five decades in nursing profession
Faculty honors
Nursing Hall of Famer
Published March 24, 2018
School of Nursing's Cheryl Dennison Himmelfarb to join nursing honor society Sigma Theta Tau International's hall of fame
Domestic Abuse
Reducing partner violence
Published March 24, 2018
Program co-developed by School of Nursing researcher Phyllis Sharps shows promise in helping pregnant women
The changing face of nursing
Published March 24, 2018
School of Nursing flips the script on the public perception of nursing with new videos, write-in social media campaign
Last class
School of Nursing graduates its final baccalaureate class
Published March 24, 2018
School moving to all-graduate student model to meet need for more advanced practice nurses
Maternal health
Sending a message
Published Winter 2015
In Timor-Leste, mothers and babies were dying. Mary Anne Mercer hit on a novel way to help: text messaging. / Johns Hopkins Magazine