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  • Fundamentals of Research Coordination Course

    Fundamentals of Research Coordination Course

    January 10-12, 2018 / 8 am to 5:00 p.m.

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  • Chicago Parent

    Chicago Parent Program Group Leader Training

    Providing professionals serving families with young children the knowledge, skills, and materials needed to implement the Chicago Parent Program in their agency or practice.

    March 5-6, 2018     Register Now!

    $800 for two-day workshop 

  • The Danger Assessment

    The Danger Assessment

    is an instrument that helps to determine the level of danger an abused woman has of being killed by her intimate partner.

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  • Preceptor Training, improve your teaching and mentoring skills

    Core Concepts for Clinical Preceptors & Faculty

    Knowledge at your finger tips with new app to compliment the online modules.

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“Establishing Partnerships Worldwide to Enhance Nursing Education, Research, and Training”

The Office of Executive Education and Strategic Alliances (EESA) offers the best of SON’s expertise: advancing nursing and health care worldwide with specialized, evidence based programs and products which leverage and expand the scholarship of the SON.

Our Executive Education unit offers creative and unique learning opportunities in nursing leadership, aging, research, education, domestic violence, clinical practice, inter professional education, and much more. Our cutting-edge programs are presented to local, national, and global communities through state-of-the art learning methods.

Strategic Alliances develops high value relationships with domestic and international universities, hospitals and corporations to enhance SON's mission of improving the quality and value of healthcare locally and globally.

Together, EESA provides global educational and training offerings which enhance the stellar reputation of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.

 

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Surviving and Thriving

Chicago Parent Program Group Leader Training

Upcoming 2-day workshop designed for early-childhood educators, school-based counselors, parent aids, physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals working with parents of young children ages 2-5 years old. Scholarships available.

RCTP

fundamentals of research coordination

New to your role or know someone who is? Learn to manage a research study or program in this three day course. JHU employees qualify for 100% Tuition remission.

Chicago Parent Program

capable online training

Targeting health care systems, accountable care organizations, nursing homes, and more-- this hybrid and face-to-face training for nurses and occupational therapists is offered by our team of experts designed to evaluate a program's effectiveness.

Our Pathways for Learning

Professional programs are offered with different learning pathways with specific learning experiences as participants progress in their education.