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Germaine Williams on the Evolution of Nursing at Johns Hopkins
Germaine Williams, nurse clinician III for general and oncology services, speaks about the importance of the Magnet Designation as a continued elevation of nursing as a profession at a 125th anniversary celebration of The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Karen Haller on the Evolution of Nursing at Johns Hopkins
At a 125th anniversary celebration of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Karen Haller, vice president of nursing and patient care services, honors the longest-serving employees and the 3,000 nurses who work at The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
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