In the dynamic world of medicine, physicians are challenged to stay informed and connected to information and colleagues that can help them provide better care to their patients and advance the science of medicine.
Continuing Medical Education
Each year, thousands of physicians and other health care professionals come to Johns Hopkins to expand skills, gain new knowledge and retrain in everything from new techniques in transplantation to managing the business of medicine.
The Johns Hopkins Office of Continuing Medical Education offers physicians worldwide the opportunity to stay informed on the latest developments in medicine.
Qualified practicing physicians can apply for an observership experience in a clinical department at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. If you are seeking an observership at Johns Hopkins, please contact the department directly. Due to the high number of applicants, the approval process may take several months.
- Visits of less than two weeks should be arranged directly with a Johns Hopkins physician
- Process and requirements vary by department
- The Division of General Internal Medicine does not accept observers