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Ten students from the College of Southern Maryland were inducted into the Alpha Omega Chapter of the Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Society during a ceremony at the La Plata campus. Read more »
Johns Hopkins nursing faculty to serve in patient safety academy
Three faculty members from the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing in Baltimore have been selected to serve in the Armstrong Institute Patient Safety and Quality Leadership Academy. Read more »
Johns Hopkins hires three nursing faculty members
The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing in Baltimore recently added three new members to its faculty. Read more »
New AACN leader discusses future of nursing
Deborah Trautman, new CEO of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, talked to Nurse.com about her goals for the organization, how she started her career in nursing, and the future of nursing. Read more »
Johns Hopkins hosts ethics summit for nurses
Approximately 50 nurse ethicists and professional nursing leaders attended a National Nursing Ethics Summit held Aug. 13-15 in Baltimore. Read more »
UMSON receives grant to fight disease among healthcare workers in Haiti
The University of Maryland School of Nursing has received funding to study ways to reduce the risk of blood-borne pathogens among healthcare workers in Haiti. Read more »
UMSON professor inducted in International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame
Robin Newhouse, chairwoman of the department of organizational systems and adult health at the University of Maryland School of Nursing, has been inducted into the International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame. Read more »
Medstar Washington named region's first certified comprehensive stroke center
Medstar Washington Hospital Center is the first hospital in Washington, DC., to be certified as a Comprehensive Stroke Center by The Joint Commission. Read more »
Carroll Hospital Center RN receives July DAISY Award
Carroll Hospital Center in Westminster, Md., recently honored Michele Storks, RN, with its July Daisy Award. Read more »
Project Hope initiative to give ESL nursing students a boost
University of Maryland School of Nursing received an 18-month, $200,000 grant for a new initiative to help English-as-a-Second Language students improve their performance on the NCLEX. Read more »
Family & Nursing Foundation provides support to local nonprofits
Two local nonprofit organizations were awarded $30,000 in cash grants from the Family & Nursing Foundation of Siliver Spring, Md. Read more »

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