Proceedings of the 109th annual business meeting of the JHNAA, including reports of the officers and committee chairmen. Also includes three (3) pages of candid photographs from the different activities during Homecoming.
From watching preview of upcoming TV special "On Death and Dying," an alumna recognizes the daughter of a classmate who will be on the program. From there to contacting the daughter to their ultimate meeting.
Dean Donaldson's memories and comments on her years as Dean of the JHUSON. Include the new school building, the development of the School's Research Dept, the contributions of the JHNAA,the rise of the School's national rating, and her plans to return to her own research.
Includes seven (7) photographs of the Dean at different "jobs."
Tribute to Dean Donaldson with special concentration on her achievements in strengthening the bonds between the School and the Nurses in the JHH, especially citing the creation of the Institute for JH Nursing.
The one-year old Harry and Jeannette Weinberg building for cancer patients, the principles behind its design and construction, and how it is doing currently.
[Article 100:3] How We Die Review of book by Sherwin B. Nuland, M.D. — Winter 2001
Creator: Crouch, Jeannette Brundick
Death is part of the natural cycle of life. Sometimes physicians work too hard to help people hold on to life. Dr. Nuland writes of ways to help people accept the end of life and have a more graceful end.
[Article 100:3] Lessons For Leadership Excerpts from the address to the Graduation Class of The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing, Thursday, May 24, 2001. — Winter 2001
Creator: Fralic, Maryann
Brief biographical presentations of seven (7) people in history -- both general and nursing -- who have demonstrated particular traits in leadership. Includes Queen Elizabeth I and Tiger Woods as well as five (5) in nursing. Shortened excerpts taken from Dr. Fralic's speech: gems of "serious advice, learned over time"...
Work at the Medical Archives in the re-creation of Isabel Hampton Robb's wedding bouquet, sent by Florence Nightingale in 1894. Includes photo of finished project and photo of family descendants of Mrs. Robb.
Care Programs that allow patients to make informed decisions in their care, with several innovations to make this viable. Includes discussion of several implementation models in different areas of the country.
Also includes a biography of the author and new member of the Editorial Committee, Jayne Felgen.
Reprinted from Journal of Nursing Administration Vol. 30 No. 10 ppp. 453 - 456.