News of and from the School: the review by the NLN, the various programs now offered, the joint effort between the School and the hospital Department of Nursing in establishing the educational Institute for JH Nursing.
Interview covering the history of Dr. Shiber in the various jobs held with JH Nursing and the School. It also covers her professional biography with her concentration on the several novel programs initiated and carried out by the students.
All Hopkins nurses have two things in common: love of nursing and love of Hopkins; honorary degree from JHU to Lucile Petry Leone; activities and honors at the annual JHNAA annual banquet; additions to JHUSON curriculum.
Report of the different parts and activities of graduation. Besides the actual graduation there was the tribute and honorary degree award to Lucile Petry Leone '27. Special attention was given to the graduation speech of Rear Admiral Louise C. Wilmot, along with a professional biography of her.
A message of hope brought to two young nurses on a Christmas eve at JHH in 1944 during World War II. Includes also very brief "Christmas in the Hospital" from JHNAA magazine 1905 and a poem entitled Christmas Gift.
The new (1992) JH Outpatient Center and how it works to provide an "ideal patient experience." Includes a photo account of fictional visit by Editor to Same-Day Surgery. Also includes interviews with several managerial staff nurses.
Other photographs of some of the staff are in the article as well.
[Article 94:3] Alumni Activities Preparing to Catch a Glimpse of the Pope; Mary Sexton '42. — Winter 1995
Two students represent the LIthuanian community for visit to Baltimore of Pope John Paul II. One phot included.
Mary Sexton '42 honored in Michigan. Photo of Mary Sexton included
Student-Donor lunch held to enable students to meet donors of their scholarships to SON. Photos included.
Experiences of a recent alumna whose job is to "train the trainers" under much less than good conditions in Nicaragua; the problems she encountered and the work to eliminate or ease those problems; prospects -- good and bad -- for the future.
Health Care has become the "business" of health care. Two nurse managers write of ways to incorporate VALUE with QUALITY of care, using the Oncology division's Inpatient/Outpatient Care Continuum (IPOP).
One (1) full-page photograph of nurses with oncology patient
Authors: Gina Szymanski and Jane Shivnan
[Article 94:3] Research and Music: An Interview with Sue K. Donaldson. — Winter 1995
Creator: Weston, Jerry L. Newman
The dean of the JHUSON speaks of her personal interests, her professional interest in physiology as her field of research, the plans for the building for the JHUSON, and the newly established cooperative educational venture with the Institute for JH Nursing.