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Inside Johns Hopkins Nursing: Visitor Week

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Our unique Nurse Visitor Week program provides four days of detailed presentations for individuals and groups who want to learn more about the best practices of Johns Hopkins Nursing. It also includes a tour of the hospital and a few hours observing on a clinical unit.

We welcome nursing students, practicing and retired nurses, nurse managers and administrators, nurse educators, and nurse researchers. Proficiency in the English language is needed to get the most from this experience.

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Here's what some of our previous visitors have to say about the Nurse Visitors Week.

"I am writing at this time to thank you for your kindness during our visit. We appreciate your excellent program. I am happy to say that we now have a much better idea about how to improve our management of our hospital."
-Yoshiko Wazumi, RN, PhD , Japan

"Thank you again so much for the organization of the Nurse Visitors Week. I had such a great time and came back home with a lot of ideas. It was a great pleasure to meet the Johns Hopkins staff!"
-Sabin Zurcher, Switzerland

"I am grateful for the unique opportunity the Johns Hopkins has given me. I am eternally thankful. The hospital is incredible and nursing is wonderful… amazing!!!"
-Carolina Medina, Chile

"I spent exciting time and learned a lot in Hopkins through Nurse Visitors Week and observership. Thank you very much! I hope I can visit again someday! Again, thank you very much!"
-Moonjung Kwon, South Korea

 

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