On the mornings of March 5 and 6, more than two dozen School of Nursing alumni, friends and faculty gathered for breakfast and a stimulating conversation about “The Changing Role of Nursing in Acute Care.” Dr. Julie Stanik-Hutt, a visiting scholar from Johns Hopkins University, led the discussion.
Stanik-Hutt is a professor of nursing at Johns Hopkins, an acute care nurse practitioner and a critical care clinical nurse specialist. She has received numerous national awards.
Dialogues in Nursing is a forum where alumni and friends can delve deeper into relevant nursing topics through listening, learning and discussion. National Nursing experts present topics of interest and invite discussion and exploration of the topic with the greater group.