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Disability Research
STEM PhDs with disabilities are underpaid, underrepresented
Published Nov 27, 2023
New research from the Disability Health Research Center reveals significant pay disparities among STEM PhD holders across all employment sectors
Director named for new D.C.-based Nursing policy institute
Published Sept 5, 2023
Vincent Guilamo-Ramos previously served as dean of the Duke University School of Nursing
Technology and health
School of Nursing introduces a new, cost-effective form of training: Virtual reality
Published March 12, 2021
The VR software places a student in an ER setting with a nursing assistant who introduces a virtual patient facing a particular dilemma
Search for next Hopkins Nursing dean
Published Dec 21, 2020
The university plans to launch a global search for the next dean of its School of Nursing to succeed Patricia Davidson, who will leave the university in April to become vice-chancellor of the University of Wollongong
COVID-19 ushers in decades of change for nursing profession
Published Oct 19, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has transformed the nursing field, and many advocates view the present as a make-or-break moment to press for more lasting change
Community health
School of Nursing takes community health online
Published June 25, 2020
School of Nursing's Center for Community Innovation and Scholarship partners with Israel Baptist Church to host their first virtual health fair
Community health
School of Nursing launches national disability care center
Published May 27, 2020
Through its designation as a national center, the School of Nursing will serve as a hub where assistance can be provided to the community, and information and training can be delivered to postdoctoral fellows and disability/aging service providers
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
Hopkins partners with VA to share risk assessment tool for intimate partner violence
Published Dec 16, 2019
Licensing agreement between School of Nursing and Veterans Administration will help VA clinicians get trained on "gold standard" risk assessment tool for intimate partner violence
The 'literary high explosives' of Ellen La Motte's 'Backwash of War'
Published Summer 2019
The Hopkins alumna, overlooked in the Western canon, may have inspired generations of writers who followed her, including Hemingway, Remarque, Vonnegut, and Heller / Johns Hopkins Magazine