Think 75 Is Too Old to Have Surgery? Think Again.
Why more senior adults than ever are having joint replacements, transplants and other major operations.
Johns Hopkins Top Ranked by U.S. News & World Report
The 2018–2019 U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals rankings are in, and The Johns Hopkins Hospital is once again ranked #3 in the nation and #1 in both Maryland and the Baltimore metropolitan region.
Academy Trains Hopkins Staffers for the ‘Other Side’ of Health Care
Twelve-week course spotlights finance fundamentals.
Students Share Stories of Their Paths to Pursue Medical Science
Six students were chosen from more than 200 participants to share their life stories at the fifth annual Johns Hopkins CARES Symposium on July 26 in the Armstrong Medical Education Building.
Discovering How Neuromodulation Relieves Pain
The Lerner Family Fund for Pain Research links basic scientists at Johns Hopkins with clinicians to develop “simple, reproducible, scalable and inexpensive” treatments and strategies.
The Benefits of Good Planning
Five-year strategic plan for Johns Hopkins Medicine pays off with dozens of new programs and improvements.
Broken Records: Stigmatizing Language in Medical Histories May Follow Patients for Years
A Johns Hopkins study finds that written descriptions of patients can affect the care they get.
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