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  • SON & Baltimore Solidarity
    SON & Baltimore Solidarity
    “We refuse to let recent events in Baltimore diminish the School of Nursing’s commitment to civility, respect and diversity, and the progress that the city is making and will continue to make.” - Dean Patricia Davidson
  • Master’s Entry into Nursing Program
    Master's Entry--Apply for Spring Entry
    If you missed your chance to apply for fall entry into our Master’s Entry into Nursing program you're in luck. We are accepting applications for spring 2016. Still need a prereq? No problem, take them online at Hopkins.
  • Nursing Q&A
    Student Q&A: A Breath of Fresh Air
    Ashley Sayles is a force of nature, and we consider ourselves very lucky around here that she never became a Hurricane. We’ll let her explain…
  • Nursing Language Courses
    Found In Translation
    Spanish class helps nurses clear barriers to care at the bedside.
  • Nursing Big Data
    Big Data's Bottom Line
    Nurses are key figures in turning great numbers into best practices.
  • Nursing PhDs Give Back
    Been There, Done That, PhDs Give Back
    PhD Learning Lab passes wisdom and experiences from one doctoral cohort to the next.
 

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  • Faculty Candidate Susan Braid - Scholarly Presentation
  • May 07
  • Susan Braid, DrPH, MPH, MSN, NNP-BC, RN
    Assistant Professor
    The University of Maryland School of Nursing
     

    Scholarly Presentation:

    "Epigenetic Studies using Umbilical Cord Blood:  What is the Impact of Cell Composition"
     

    Dr. Susan Braid is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland School of Nursing and a practicing neonatal nurse practitioner (NNP) at the University Of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore City.  She earned her BSN from Boston College, MSN in perinatal nursing NNP track from the University of Pennsylvania, MPH from Columbia University, and DrPH from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. 

     

    Susan is a perinatal epidemiologist and BIRCWH scholar who is currently training as an epigenetic epidemiologist. She was the first nurse to be named a BIRCWH scholar at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Her research seeks to understand how the environment in utero can influence the fetal epigenome and infant growth and how to develop clinical management practices that consider epigenetic variations in infants.  Susan is currently exploring the potential benefits of using umbilical cord tissue as compared to whole blood for epigenetic studies.  She has presented her research at both national and international meetings including Eastern Society for Pediatric Research, Pediatric Academic Societies, and the Wellcome Trust Epigenomics of Common Diseases conference in Cambridge UK.

     

    Ultimately, Susan’s goal is to identify biomarkers in umbilical cord tissue that will identify infants at risk of abnormal growth so that nutritional interventions can be initiated before growth issues are identified.  

  • DNP Final Defense Nirmeen Felimban
  • May 07
  • Nirmeen I. Felimban, APBSN, RN, MSN

    DNP Final Defense titled:

     “Standard Competency Based Orientation for Newly Hired and Newly Graduated Multi-diverse Nurses

    Date: May 7th, 2015

    Public Portion: Room 324, 2:00pm-2:30pm

    Private Portion: Room 324, 2:30pm-4:00pm

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DNP Student Wins Fulbright, Will Study Obesity Spike in S. Korea

nursing schoolLorenzo Nava, a doctoral student at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, has earned a Fulbright Scholarship to study a startling spike in obesity in South Korea, a nation whose traditional cuisine is pointed to as a weight-loss miracle in parts of the West....Click here to read more.

Smartphone Apps to Link South African Patients with Deadly Disease to Care
phoneAn initiative led by Associate Professor Jason Farley, in conjunction with emocha, a mobile health platform that supports applications for remote patient management, has launched a system in South Africa to link thousands of patients afflicted with multi-drug resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) to specialized clinics for care....Click here to read more.
Johns Hopkins School of Nursing Ranked #2 by U.S. News & World Report

studentU.S. News & World Report has once again named the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON) as one of the top 5 accredited nursing school graduate programs in the nation, ranking it #2 in its survey for 2016. JHSON tied for the second place ranking with University of California—San Francisco. In addition, JHSON’s online graduate nursing programs were recently ranked #3 by U.S. News & World Report....Click here to read more.

Exceptional People - Exceptional Possibilities

Our Programs

We offer programs designed to fit the needs of a diverse student population. From pre-licensure programs to Master's, DNP and PhD programs, online options, and post-degree opportunities, the School of Nursing offers more nursing possibilities for more people in a variety of places, times, and formats.
  • "I've learned how to be a better teacher."
    Lisa-Marie Williams, Post-Degree
  • "There are more opportunities than you can possibly ever take advantage of."
    Anthony T. Pho, Master's
  • "[Midwives] make healthcare in this country better."
    Rachel Marino, Master's
Meet Our Students

Areas of Excellence

You can take the Hopkins Nurse out of Baltimore, but you can't take Baltimore out of the Hopkins Nurse. Our students, faculty, and staff pursue their passion for nursing in places that give them global perspective on healthcare leadership. They study and volunteer at the top-ranked Johns Hopkins Hospital and in urban health clinics near the school's East Baltimore campus; conduct research at the nearby National Institutes of Health; and enhance their skills by practicing around the world.
  • Aging & Dementia Care
    Aging & Dementia Care
    In 15 years, 1 in 5 Americans will be 65 or older. And by 2040, perhaps 28 million will be 80 or older. Improving care for the elderly and defining nursing’s lead role won’t wait until then.
    Our Approach to Aging
  • Community, Global & Public Health
    Community, Global & Public Health
    The world’s health is a puzzle, with the pieces often hidden in the fabric of a culture halfway across the globe … or on the next street corner.
    Hopkins Nursing Around the Globe
  • Quality & Safety / Health Systems Management
    Quality & Safety / Health Systems Management
    Medical errors and preventable patient infections and injuries together make up the third-leading cause of death in the United States, a startling statistic.
    How We Are Keeping Patients Safe
  • Mental Health & Behavioral Interventions
    Mental Health & Behavioral Interventions
    The influx of newly insured people seeking mental healthcare puts the spotlight on a challenge that long preceded the Affordable Care Act.
    How We Are Addressing Mental Health
  • Cardiovascular, Chronic Care & Symptom Management
    Cardiovascular, Chronic Care & Symptom Management
    Heart disease and stroke remain two of the top killers of Americans and pose a significant threat to millions of others, according to the American Heart Association.
    Learn How We Are Turning the Tide on Cardiovascular Health

Research Centers

Our faculty-led, interdisciplinary centers strengthen a focused area of scholarship in healthcare by providing an environment to expand the knowledge base, integrate specific education and practice initiatives, and mentor new scholars.

Hopkins Nursing At-A-Glance

In many ways, Baltimore is the heart of American healthcare education and opportunity. Home to the world-class Johns Hopkins institutions, the city is the site of two rapidly developing biotechnology centers and several nationally ranked hospitals. View All Facts

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Nation's first Paul D. Coverdell (Peace Corps) Fellows Program in nursing

Experience the Possibilities

Ready to join the Johns Hopkins family? We are always looking for exceptional people. We are ranked No. 1, along with two other schools, for our nursing graduate program by U.S. News & World Report and are among the top nursing PhD programs in the nation, according to the National Research Council. We rank sixth in the nation for faculty productivity, No. 6 among nursing schools for NIH funding, and 30% of our ranked faculty members are Fellows in the American Academy of Nursing.

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