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Dr. Mattan Schuchman, Director of JHome: Johns Hopkins Home-based Medicine is quoted in an article in the Washington Post on House Call Medicine. Please click on link below to see the article.
Dr. Nancy Schoenborn and colleagues have a new article in JAMA. This research explores older adults’ views and communication preferences about cancer screening and enables us to more effectively and sensitively discuss the health care screening of limited value.
Dr. Alicia Arbaje graduated from the Bloomberg School of Public Health with a PhD in Clinical Investigation after a successful defense of her dissertation: "Information management during care transitions of older adults receiving skilled home health care services after hospital discharge." A special thanks to Dr. Bruce Leff as her research mentor.
Dr. Mattan Schuchman has been selected for the AGS/ADGAP/Tideswell Emerging Leaders in Aging Program. This national, yearlong mentorship program prepares future leaders for careers as change agents within healthcare systems.
Dr. Stephanie Nothelle selected for the National Institute on Aging (NIA) Butler-Williams Scholars Program
Dr. Stephanie Nothelle has been selected for the National Institute on Aging (NIA) Butler-Williams Scholars Program, to be held July 31-August 4, 2017 on the NIH Campus in Bethesda, Maryland. The Scholars Program provides a format for researchers to learn more about research on aging.
Dr. Stephanie Nothelle, Clinical Research Fellow, and co-investigator and Dr. Maura McGuire have been awarded the Primary Care Consortium Grant
Dr. Stephanie Nothelle, Clinical Research Fellow, and co-investigator and Dr. Maura McGuire have been awarded the Primary Care Consortium Grant to study the use of the Medicare Annual Wellness visit using data from JHCP primary care clinics. The Annual Wellness Visit is a co-pay free preventive health visit that has been available for over 5 years. Primary care clinics across the country have worked diligently to incorporate the Annual Wellness Visit into the clinic workflow, but there is very little published data about its use and benefits. The few published analyses suggest that there may be disparities in which beneficiaries experience the visit. Drs. Nothelle and McGuire aim to look at the characteristics of those who get the visit and the impact of the visit on appropriate and inappropriate health care utilization. Drs. Cynthia Boyd and Jessica Colburn have served as mentors to Dr. Nothelle.
Fatima Sheikh, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Medicine selected as the recipient of the AGS 2017 Clinician of the Year Award
Fatima Sheikh, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Medicine, has been selected by the American Geriatrics Society Board of Directors and the 2017 Awards Committee, as the recipient of the AGS 2017 Clinician of the Year Award.
Halima Amjad, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Medicine has been selected as recipient of the 2017 American Geriatrics Society Outstanding Junior Research Manuscript Award
Halima Amjad, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor of Medicine has been selected by the Board of Directors and the Awards Committee of the American Geriatrics Society as the recipient of the 2017 American Geriatrics Society Outstanding Junior Research Manuscript Award. This award recognizes the research that Dr. Amjad performed under the mentorship of our Dartmouth colleague, Dr. Julie Bynum. This paper, Continuity of Care and Health Utilization in Dementia, was published last year in JAMA Internal Medicine.
Drs. Sevil Yasar and Colleen Christmas will join Dr. Samuel Durso in co-directing the T-35 MSTAR Summer Research Program for medical students
Drs. Sevil Yasar and Colleen Christmas will join Dr. Durso in co-directing the T-35 MSTAR Summer Research Program for medical students. Johns Hopkins is one of seven national centers (national centers accept first year medical students from around the country), and it is leads all national centers as the first choice among student-applicants. The Johns Hopkins program recruits a diverse class each year of up to 18 students from the schools from around the continental U.S. and from Hawaii and Puerto Rico. The goals of the program are to introduce students to research in aging. Students are paired with research mentors with appropriate projects from the Division, and from other divisions and departments in the School of Medicine. Our program is unique in that it also includes significant clinical experience, a feature that makes it highly attractive to students who have finished year-one of medical school. This important role in developing the future pipeline of researchers in aging.
Dr. Esther Oh is emerging as a national leader in delirium research and has published a paper in the Journal of American Geriatrics Society. Please see link to paper below.
Dr. Stefan David, a newly graduated fellow in geriatric medicine and colleagues in the Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology has a new article in JAMDA. Click on link below to see the article.