School of Nursing
Johns Hopkins began nurse education and training in 1889, the same year The Johns Hopkins Hospital opened. Hopkins’ early nursing leaders established the professional organizations that still provide national leadership in nursing education and practice. And today the School of Nursing is a global leader in nursing research, education, and scholarship, with community health and nursing research programs consistently ranked among the nation’s best. With the world facing a shortage of qualified nurses, our faculty and students are leading the way, through research and training, to ensure the future of high-quality patient care and to create models that will increase nurses’ efficiency and reach.