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The IMPACT of Nursing 

Johns Hopkins understood the impact that nurses could have—needed to have—on the health of Baltimore when he ordered that a school for nurses be created alongside his namesake hospital. Nursing care was rudimentary in the 1880s. Without a cadre of nurses trained to be more than they had ever been before, he realized, Johns Hopkins Hospital could become one more warehouse for the sick. He demanded that it do more: Provide top care to all those who came through its doors but, more important, keep its community healthy enough to avoid hospitalization in the first place. Nurses would be the key. The impact of his decision was immediate, immense, and has since only grown as nurses continue to realize and embrace their impact on business, politics, ethics, and global reach.

 

   

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