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Residency Rules
A cultural shift is afoot as teaching hospitals adjust to the 80-hour workweek for residents

In the years to come, there will doubtless be a special place in medical history for the "in-between" residents, for those who experienced both the final days of the century-old tradition of working grueling 36-hour shifts and the beginning of the modern era of 80-hour workweeks.

Chris Sonnenday, a fourth-year resident in general surgery, will be among those telling war stories. He finished the first three years of his residency in 2000, followed up with a three-year research fellowship, and exchanged his lab coat for green scrubs again on July 1.

Duty hours are fewer now, but general surgery resident Chris Sonnenday says he's not rejoicing.


The Benefits of EHP
Personal attention and impeccable service differentiates Johns Hopkins Employer Health Programs from its competitors. MORE

What Patients Want
How to explain it? After years of trying to figure out how to deliver high-touch care in a high-tech world, it turns out what patients really want is a robot. MORE

Bright and Beautiful
He's not on the payroll and doesn't even have an SSN, but already, evaluations for this newest employee in Bayview's Elder Plus Program are strictly paws-up. MORE



Open for Business on Broadway
JH School of Medicine welcomes the $140 million Broadway Research Building and ushers in a new era of campus expansion. MORE


Jack Shannon: Change Agent
As the new president and CEO of the East Baltimore Development Inc., this newbie has the power to turn around the city's economic and neighborhood health. MORE


All in the Family
This year's A Woman's Journey promises to be more of a family affair than ever. MORE


Orthopedic patients become Van Gough wannabes as they find their canvas on plaster at Bayview Medical Center. MORE

Strivers: Looking Ahead, Aiming to Move Up
Employees take advantage of JH educational programs to move up to higher career levels. MORE

The Gift That Gives Back
Your United Way pledge helps people find critical jobs at Hopkins. MORE


Spotlighting Employees
As Employee Recognition Week gets underway, employees are honored for outstanding job performance. MORE


The Dome
A poem from a patient's grateful "mum". MORE


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