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For and about members of the Office of Johns Hopkins Physicians
The Institute for Excellence in Education celebrates a decade of working to improve medical education.
The Johns Hopkins Medicine Community and Physician Grand Rounds Program matches interested Johns Hopkins faculty members with community hospitals seeking speakers.
Johns Hopkins Medicine is expanding its patient education program, adding more videos and e-books while making it easier for clinicians to find useful materials and get them to patients.
A recording booth in the Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center is collecting patient and caregiver stories to create a searchable trove of audio files for patients and researchers.
The Office of Continuing Medical Education offers classes and lectures in pain management and opioid prescribing.
Much as precision medicine personalizes treatment to account for an individual’s genes and lifestyle, among other factors, precision education tailors course material and its delivery to suit each student.
Clerkship leaders Amit Pahwa and Danelle Cayea created an online case-based module to help third-year medical students order medical tests appropriately.
Building on the success of other leadership training programs, the Clinical Hospital Advanced Management Program, or CHAMP, imparts skills specifically relevant to clinical leaders.
Educate and connect with other physicians throughout Maryland and the East Coast while encouraging referrals by delivering Grand Rounds at community hospitals.
A unique, five-school collaboration, the Master’s of Education in the Health Professions program focuses on evidence-based teaching, says master’s candidate Rachel Salas, associate professor and director of the neurology clerkship.
Third-year resident Sarah Johnson majored in business and worked on Wall Street before medical school. The new Pathways Program allows her to exercise her business mind again
The orthopaedic surgery residency program includes teaching sessions at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center’s International Center for Orthopaedic Advancement, which houses an orthopaedic skills laboratory.
Nine students from the class of 2019 will shadow a primary care physician, complete a scholarly project and learn practice skills such as behavioral health coaching.
Residents learn how to conduct research aimed at improving patient outcomes.
Speakers at the June 8 event will share their perspectives on how to create and maintain a civil environment in the health care setting, with benefits for patients and staff alike.
An online health informatics course provides advice and context for using electronic medical records systems.