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• Stories from the Christ Statue
What's News
Magnetic Forces
The Department of Nursing at The Johns Hopkins Hospital announced on Nov. 17 that it has received the prestigious Magnet Recognition Award for Excellence. MORE

MLK Keynoter
Cicely Tyson, famous actress, activist and humanitarian, will deliver the keynote address at the JHM Martin Luther King Commemoration. . MORE

HBO Film
Alan Rickman and Mos Def will play the white heart surgeon Alfred Blalock and black lab technician Vivien Thomas in an upcoming HBO film. MORE

Safe Strategies
As Hopkins Hospital's new patient safety coordinator, Lori Paine is on a critical mission
 


Lori Paine started out as a bedside nurse. Now she is the very face of patient safety at Hopkins.

She had a 7-month-old baby at home, but Lori Paine was in an area hospital, hooked to an IV antibiotic to stanch a persistent infection. It would be only a matter of 24 hours, her doctors assured her, before she could go home. But on day two, Paine told them she wasn’t getting any better. And on day three, they figured out why: She was on a pediatric dose of antibiotic.

Paine was finally discharged on the fifth day with a clean bill of health. MORE


NEWS REPORT
CMAs Climb the Career Ladder
Certified medical assistants with Johns Hopkins Community Physicians hone their skills and advance. MORE

Eden's Outlook
A cancer survivor brings personal experience to a new job. MORE

The Elves in Santa's Workshop
With the season upon us, the Woodpeckers are busily at work, making toys for patients at the Children's Center. MORE

CENTERPIECE

In the Moore Clinic with Wesla and Gloria
For 20 years, the Moore Clinic has been treating HIV/AIDS. Wesla and Gloria have been there since before it all began. MORE


BRIEFCASE

Gifts & Giving
The Jos. A. Bank Miracle Tie Collection is back. MORE

 

Found in Translation
International Patient Services 24-hour Call Center now offers interpretation to all Hopkins Medicine entities. MORE

Movie Premiere
Stuck On You opens this month with a special showing in Baltimore. MORE

FEATURES

A Provacative Icon
The silent Christ Statue speaks to employees in ways that cut across religion, nationality, class. MORE

Ringing Out the Old Year...
The dome from month to month.
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LETTERS

Dear Dome
We open the mailbag to see what our readers really think. MORE


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Happy Holidays
To the entire Johns Hopkins Medicine family.... MORE

 

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