Archived articles


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
The difference a doula makes
Published April 9, 2019
Nursing students in Birth Companions program support pregnant mothers and help deliver safer, healthier babies
The patient's advocates
Published Spring 2019
School of Nursing endows two professorships, granting faculty the freedom and funding to explore complex projects and make advances in their fields / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Race in America
Marc Morial on race and health equity
Published March 15, 2019
President of the National Urban League visits Hopkins as part of the JHU Forums on Race in America series
Aging-in-place program expanding
Published Dec 13, 2018
Nearly $3M grant in support of School of Nursing's CAPABLE program could help millions of lower-income older adults age safely in their own homes
School of Nursing
'Building to change the world'
Published June 14, 2018 Photos
Take a virtual tour of the School of Nursing's new building, a construction project slated to begin this fall
Nurses lead life-saving efforts in Botswana
Published May 16, 2018
New HPV screening strategy lets women collect their own samples in private, encouraging more to get screened
Speaker series
Nursing in a war zone
Published April 13, 2018
Nursing grad student Kayla Percy discusses her two missions with Doctors Without Borders as part of the student-run Conversations in Medicine series
Community health
Time for a checkup
Published Nov 28, 2017
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