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May/June 2017

Johns Hopkins Opens a Bigger, Brighter Space for Startups

FastForward 1812 provides labs, offices and amenities for young companies.

May/June 2017

Teaming Up for Trauma Care at Johns Hopkins

Six nurses who manage trauma and burn center programs work to prevent injuries and improve the care process.

May/June 2017

Interventional Radiology Bedside Service at Johns Hopkins Means Shorter Waits for Patients

Patients receive image-guided procedures sooner, with fewer trips to the radiology department.

Staffing Service Turns 30

A subsidiary of the Johns Hopkins Health System, the temporary staffing service provides the entire health system with hundreds of clinical and business support staff members.

May/June 2017

Who/What: May-June 2017

Eleven Johns Hopkins Medicine nurses were honored with Excellence in Nursing awards, highlighted in the May issue of Baltimore Magazine, and are included in this issue's Who/What column.

May/June 2017

In Brief: May-June 2017

Dancing With the Hopkins Stars raises more than $54,000; Town Meeting set for June 6; new health plan offering for retirees, and more.

May/June 2017

Inductees Share a Passion for Patient Care

The Miller-Coulson Academy of Clinical Excellence welcomes 11 Johns Hopkins Medicine doctors, including an ophthalmologist and dermatologist.

May/June 2017

A Boon for Baltimore’s Vision

In three years, the Wilmer team has screened more than 3,000 people for eye disease, says team manager Prateek Gajwani. “We go anywhere in the city that people need us,” he says. “It doesn’t have to be on the east side or near the Hopkins campus.”

May/June 2017

Minding Our Manners: Q&A with Daniel Buccino

When the Johns Hopkins Civility Initiative debuted in 1998, Daniel Buccino was among its earliest champions. In 2014, he succeeded P.M. Forni in directing the Civility Initiative.

Chief Perspectives

May/June 2017

Innovation in the Classroom

Graduate education is one of the core missions of Johns Hopkins Medicine. As times change for academic medical centers, we want to keep apace of the trends in medicine.

Picture This

May/June 2017

Picture This: Ebola Drill

About 100 faculty and staff members from Johns Hopkins participated in the Ebola patient drill, either by planning or carrying out the exercise.

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