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Rehabilitation nurses play a critical role on the patient care team. Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurses (CRRN) have specialized training that gives them a deeper understanding of the complexities of managing the rehabilitation care plan. Easily accessible to the patient, their families and the physicians and therapists who treat the patient, these nurses are caregivers, coordinators and advocates committed to improving the lives of patients.
Rehabilitation Nursing Leadership
Sharon Owens, ACNP-BC, Ph.D.
Director of Nursing, Departments of Surgery and PM&R, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Elaine Clayton, MS, RN
Director of Nursing, Inpatient Rehabilitation, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Eric Croucher, MSN, RN
Nurse Manager, Inpatient Rehabilitation, Meyer 7, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Dianne Campo, RN, MSN, CMSRN
Patient Care Manager, Inpatient Rehabilitation, Burton 1, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Beth Petterson, BSN, RN, CRRN
Acting Patient Care Manager, Inpatient Rehabilitation, Burton 1, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
What Rehabilitation Nurses Do:
- Set patient goals for independent functioning and activities of daily living
- Encourage self-care
- Prevent complications and further disability
- Strengthen positive coping behaviors
- Promote optimal quality of life
- Help patients access continuing care as needed
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