Archived articles


Published Fall 2020
Nursing alumna Lucia Diaz—a winner of the Alumni Association's 2020 Community Champion Award—is addressing health disparities among immigrants in Los Angeles, her hometown / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Battle at home
Published Fall 2020
Facing frequent moves, prolonged family separation, and scattered medical records, military spouses and children face unique risk factors for mental illness / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Lauren Underwood has hit her stride
Published Fall 2020
The first-term congresswoman made history with her 2018 election. Now, amid another historic moment, Underwood—herself a public health nurse—is certain she's the right person for the job. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Johns Hopkins launches dual nursing and public health degree
Published Sept 2, 2020
The Doctor of Nursing Practice Executive/Master of Public Health program prepares students for careers at the highest level of nursing and public health leadership
School of Nursing releases free training course for responding to pandemic
Published May 15, 2020
Course explores how nurses can respond to the challenges posed by low resources and high societal uncertainty in the wake of COVID-19
Nurses leading global COVID-19 response
Published May 13, 2020
Patricia Davidson discusses how the pandemic is highlighting work that nurses do during crisis situations and beyond
Nurses face tough decisions, moral distress
Published April 6, 2020
Nursing ethics expert Cynda Rushton discusses the conditions and decisions encountered daily by nurses wrestling with the health care challenges posed by COVID-19
Nursing students receive their white coats
Published Jan 10, 2020
Since 2014, the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing has held white coat ceremonies to mark the entrance of nursing students into the health profession
Examining clinician burnout in health industries
Published Dec 26, 2019
Cynda Hylton Rushton shares insights about the issues that contribute to the burnout of health care providers
Occupational health
Cab fever
Published Fall 2019
Long-haul trucking is one of the most dangerous professions in America, and Mona Shattell argues more health professionals should meet truckers where they are—on the road / Johns Hopkins Magazine