Nursing

Welcome Eleni Flanagan!

Welcome Eleni Flanagan!

Posted by  | Nursing Matters

The Department of Medical Nursing is pleased to announce that effective March 6, 2016, Eleni Flanagan, MSN, MBA, RN-BC, will be appointed the Assistant Director of Nursing. In her new role, Eleni will oversee in-patient and procedural nursing operations for the department. Eleni is an exceptional leader with over 11 years of nursing leadership and operational experience. In fact, over the last 20 years, she has(...)

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November Updates!

November Updates!

Posted by  | Nursing Matters

As we take this time to celebrate with those who are dear to us, we want to thank each of you for your dedication and commitment to patient care. Since the summer, our department has seen an especially high census and patient acuity. This brings significant challenges to staffing, bed turnover and safety.  We recognize(...)

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The Leaves are Changing and So Are We!

The Leaves are Changing and So Are We!

Posted by  | Nursing Matters

Autumn is here! As temperatures drop and flu season approaches, please remember to get immunized. Epic Update:  As the organization transitions to a new Electronic Medical Record (EMR), the countdown to the Bayview implementation on December 1, 2015 is fast approaching. Let’s show our support for our colleagues by supporting them during their Go-Live throughout the(...)

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Welcome to Nursing Matters!

Welcome to Nursing Matters!

Posted by  | Nursing Matters

I am thrilled to have the opportunity to introduce the new Nursing Matters blog feature. We will use this platform to keep you updated on interesting topics, present new programs and highlight service improvement efforts. We will also use the blog to announce specific awards and achievements of your nursing colleagues like the promotion of(...)

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One year and counting

One year and counting

Posted by  | Administration

It is with great satisfaction and immense gratitude that I take this opportunity to summarize my first year in the Department of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University. This was a year of many events both good and arresting. It did not fail to disappoint in providing exciting opportunities, unexpected challenges and many twists and turns.(...)

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Journeys Wrap-Up/Action Session

Journeys Wrap-Up/Action Session

Posted by  | Administration, Civic Engagement

Last Wednesday, July 22, we concluded our Journeys in Medicine Series: Exploring the roles race and community play in shaping the Department of Medicine. In response to Dean Rothman’s request to department directors to devise a plan and generate ideas for Hopkins to make a positive impact on the Baltimore community following the riots that(...)

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Thank you for a successful Nursing Week!

Thank you for a successful Nursing Week!

Posted by  | Administration

Thank you to everyone who helped make this year’s Nursing Week a huge success by celebrating our nurses for not only one week, but throughout the entire month. We held several events to show our appreciation for our dedicated nursing staff including Dr. Anderson’s Heart Healthy Thank You on May 18 where Dr. Anderson and(...)

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Thank You to Nurses in honor of National Nurses Week

Posted by  | Administration

In celebration of National Nurses Week, I would like to send a heartfelt thank you to our entire nursing staff.  Nurses account for the largest portion of personnel in our department and have an immeasurable impact in each of our tripartite missions. From creating teachable moments for our Medicine trainees, to being compassionate care givers,(...)

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Langlotz named Director of Nursing

Langlotz named Director of Nursing

Posted by  | Congratulations, Leadership

Ron Langlotz has been named the new Director of Nursing for the Departments of Medicine and Radiology effective March 22, 2015. Ron holds both a BSN and a MSN from the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing and came to Hopkins in 1999 as a clinical nurse in the Neurological Critical Care Unit (NCCU) and(...)

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