The on-line version of the magazine for the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing and the Johns Hopkins Nurses' Alumni Association
By Stephanie Shapiro
Faced with a 500,000 nationwide nursing deficit by 2025, Hopkins nurses are working to resolve the nursing shortage both within and far beyond their workplaces.
By Maria D'Antonio
Within her first year of working on a busy orthopedic trauma unit at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Maria D'Antonio '06 began to doubt whether nursing was the right career for her.
What is the top concern in today's field of critical care nursing?
On the Pulse
New 2008 grads, Nightingale's legacy at Hopkins, student volunteers in New Orleans, and more.
In the first installment of this fun, three-part graphic novel series, Marlon Caballero '08 survives nursing school and embarks on his nursing career.
Bench to Bedside
Pediatric bone cancer treatment, improving quality of life for cancer patients, and more.
Nursing news from the Johns Hopkins Hospitals.
Live from 525
Educator, comforter, and translator: Lauren Shimek '09 attends her first birth as part of her clinical rotation.
News and notes from the Johns Hopkins Nurses' Alumni Association.