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Stephanie Price

James Brasic and thirteen other dancers performed "Social Net-Werking" choreographed  by Adrienne Kraus Latanishen at the Theatre Project in Baltimore, Maryland, on November 16 and 17, 2013.

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Carol Abrams RN, OCN  has attained the Oncology Certified Nurse (OCN) designation. This is a national examination which demonstrates special expertise and knowledge in oncology nursing.  We are proud of Carol for her accomplishment.

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Patricia DiZebba, MS, RN, OCN  has attained the Oncology Certified Nurse (OCN) designation. This is a national examination which demonstrates special expertise and knowledge in oncology nursing.  We are proud of Patricia  for her accomplishment.

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Dr. Jai S. Lee, Assistant Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine was recently spotlighted in a patient-sponsored publication from the Spondylitis Association of America.  Spondylitis is an inflammation of the vertebra which can make intubation difficult for a patient when undergoing surgery.  Dr. Lee has devoted himself throughout his career to sharing his airway management knowledge.

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Thanksgiving is only a week away. As we get ready for the holiday that brings together food, family and friends, share your favorite memory from a past Thanksgiving. Do you remember what you did last year for the holiday? Do you have the same tradition that you look forward to each year? Post a comment on today’s Hopkins Happenings’ Throwback Thursday.

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Our feelings about the holidays are very personal. They can cause us to feel happy, sad or ambivalent. The holidays can also cause stress because of:

  • Overscheduling, overindulging and overspending
  • Too much time with family or not enough
  • Multiple caregiving roles
  • Personal or family illness
  • Work demands
  • Expectations of what you should do
  • Seasonal Affective Disorder or depression

 No matter how you feel, the following tips from the Office of Work, Life and Engagement and the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program, can help you enjoy the holidays as much as possible.

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Bad habits are hard to kick. Maybe you have tried, but it hasn’t worked out the way that you’d hoped. Maybe it’s snacking non-stop, even when you’re not hungry; maybe you consider yourself a shop-a-holic; or perhaps you’ve struggled with smoking your whole life? Please share the habit that you’d like to quit on today’s Hopkins Happenings’ poll. If your habit isn’t listed in the poll answers, share your habit in the comments section below.

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There’s so much positive news and never enough space. In this forum, everyone can pat themselves on the back.  Have you been promoted, earned an award or received special recognition within your organization or the industry? If you’re proud of the honor, we want to know about it. Don’t be modest! Share your accolades, and feel free to attach a photo that shows your pride.

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There’s so much positive news and never enough space. In this forum, everyone can pat themselves on the back.  Have you been promoted, earned an award or received special recognition within your organization or the industry? If you’re proud of the honor, we want to know about it. Don’t be modest! Share your accolades, and feel free to attach a photo that shows your pride.

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