Gabe Kelen, the director of the Johns Hopkins Department of Emergency Medicine, appeared on Meet the Press to discuss hospital readiness and to calm America's concerns about Ebola.
Involving patients and family members in decision-making fundamentally changes the conversation for the better, whether the issue involves an individual treatment decision or a hospitalwide policy, writes patient safety expert Peter Pronovost.
Johns Hopkins Medicine will be hosting the 20th annual A Woman’s Journey health conference on Nov. 1. Register today to reserve your spot to learn about important issues affecting women’s health from Johns Hopkins health care providers.
With the heightened media coverage of the Ebola virus disease outbreak, it’s natural to feel anxious — but it's also important to know the facts. Learn more about Ebola and the measures being taken to protect patients, visitors and staff.
With a new grant from the National Institutes of Health, researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and several other institutions will work to develop an antimicrobial solution that prevents HIV infection.
A multidisciplinary team at Johns Hopkins has used the principles of neuroscience to hijack our sense of what is and isn’t real. The result is a simple yet immersive video game, I Am Dolphin, which was recently released on iTunes.
On Oct. 23, Johns Hopkins cardiologists will discuss women’s symptoms and risk factors for heart disease in Towson, Maryland. Register today.
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