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September/October 2017

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September/October 2017

Johns Hopkins Medicine Enhances Language Access Services

Medical interpretation services support interactions with people who are deaf and hard of hearing, blind or partially sighted, or who have limited English proficiency.

September/October 2017

Shared Wisdom Guides Johns Hopkins Medicine’s First Nursing Clinical Community

The clinical community aims to prevent harm, improve patient outcomes and experience, and reduce waste and cost.

September/October 2017

Q&A with Rebecca Canino

The administrative director of Johns Hopkins Telemedicine explains how technology improves patient care.

September/October 2017

The Johns Hopkins Hospital Women’s Board Best Dressed Sale and Boutique

Event has combined fashion and philanthropy since 1967.

September/October 2017

More Hopkins Staffers Are Putting Off Retirement

"I still get a big kick out of what I do," says geneticist and pediatric professor Barbara Migeon, 86.

September/October 2017

Celebrating Our Diverse Community of Dedicated Employees

More than 800 employees will be recognized at the annual service awards ceremony, set for Sept. 11.

September/October 2017

A Place Where Empathy Is Tangible

Johns Hopkins medical students lead a drive to create a garden honoring those who contribute to their medical education.

September/October 2017

In Brief: CBS Correspondent to Address Women’s Conference

Lara Logan will chronicle the lives of women in war-torn communities around the world and share her experiences covering the fall of Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak.

September/October 2017

Who/What: September/October 2017

Mark Hingtgen, M.P.A., has been appointed a vice president of Johns Hopkins Medicine and chief financial officer for the school of medicine and is in this month's Who/What column.

Chief Perspectives

September/October 2017

In Defense of a Beaten Path

By standardizing some procedures, physicians can improve outcomes and focus more on complex cases and big-picture initiatives.

Picture This

September/October 2017

Picture This: Quite a Stretch

The University Health Services Office of Wellness and Health Promotion offers free yoga classes for the summer.

Questions, Comments or Story Suggestions?

Please contact Linell Smith, Editor, at lsmit103@jhmi.edu.

 

 

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