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The Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing was created in 1996 as a partnership between The Johns Hopkins Hospital and The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. Our resources include the expertise and enthusiasm of over three thousand Johns Hopkins nurses and faculty. Our mission is to share the innovations and expertise of Johns Hopkins Nursing in practice, education, and research - locally, nationally, and globally.

Dr. Karen Haller, Vice President for Nursing & Patient Care Services, discusses the past, present, and future of nursing at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Dr Karen Haller

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