JHUSONJohns Hopkins University School of Nursing
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That graduate degree trend is echoed in the JHUSON accelerated program which offers an intense 13-month course of study to those who already hold a bachelor's.
According to a study published in the International Journal of Cardiology (110 - [2006]), Assessing Risk Factors of Coronary Heart Disease and its Risk Prediction Among Korean Adults: The 2001 Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, JHUSON Associate Professor Miyong T.
The JHUSON online survey also showed that nearly two-thirds of the employed respondents found nursing positions within 90 -days following graduation; an additional 24% within six months; and only a small number, 8%, indicated their search took longer.
Through examinations of the prevalence of family violence and assessments of risks, biobehavioral responses, and intervention techniques, JHUSON researchers are leading identification and measurement efforts that eventually will prevent the abuse that damages so many lives.
She will conclude her service as dean at the end of the 2012-13 academic year, but Hill will remain a member of the JHUSON faculty as she returns to her groundbreaking research.
Her JHUSON faculty mentor is Gayle Page, DNSc, RN, FAAN, Professor and Director of the Center for Nursing Research.
The NGNA has been pivotal in moving this field [geriatric nursing] forward" says Elizabeth (Ibby) Tanner, PhD, MS, RN, an assistant professor at JHUSON and an active member of the NGNA who participated in developing the curriculum for the IJHN Guided Care Nursing Course.
They trip was paid for by grants from the JHUSON Alumni Association, JHUSON Student Government Association, the JHU Alumni Association, and by the fundraising efforts of the students.
Nurses are uniquely poised for collaborative intervention research since we work so closely with the populations of interest," notes MNA member and Center Director and JHUSON Professor Jerilyn Allen, ScD, RN, FAAN.
The JHUSON forensic nursing options currently include MSN, DNP, and PhD degrees in addition to the new CAFN.
As one of the leading schools of nursing in the country, JHUSON holds among its highest priorities the development of nursing faculty as academic leaders--leaders who combine excellence in research, teaching, practice and service.
2--Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley has appointed JHUSON Professor Fannie Gaston-Johansson, PhD, RN, FAAN as one of six members of the Maryland Health Care Access and Reimbursement Task Force.