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Dome - December 2010

December 2010

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Medical student Jamie Schroeder
WHAT THE DEAD TEACH
In what has become an annual memorial, students reflect on death, the human spirit and other immeasurable lessons from the anatomy lab.
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Medical student Jamie Schroeder adds his note of appreciation for the spirits of the anatomy class cadavers that he and his fellow classmates learned from.

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Cover

  • In what has become an annual memorial, students reflect on death, the human spirit and other immeasurable lessons from the anatomy lab.

Center Spread

  • A spotlight on the man who helped make the deal.
  • For the first time in its history, the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine takes its standard-setting model for teaching new doctors to another country.
  • Although the timetable for the Malaysian academic medical center complex is ambitious, it reflects a rapid tempo that has characterized the project since the earliest discussions

Leadership Meeting

Employee Engagement

  • Suburban Hospital employees stay fit as they exercise their way to the far reaches of the country.

Research

  • An emerging field of research looks at how the brain is wired to create and react to art and what it can tell us about treating certain diseases.

Service Excellence

  • How a department found a way to engage staff by tapping them for a program that broadens their horizons.
  • To acknowledging employees for providing patients with excellent service, leadership creates a new incentive.

Spotlight

  • After more than a quarter-century safeguarding the Hopkins name, Joann Rodgers announces her retirement.

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