Treating the Whole Person
A unique clinic run by Glenn J. Treisman, M.D., Ph.D., the Eugene Meyer III Professor in Psychiatry and Medicine, takes a holistic approach to tackling the complex medical and psychiatric issues for un-treated or under-treated patients who suffer from some combination of addiction, chronic pain, dementia, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, GI disorder, autoimmune disease, and chronic mental illness.
An interdisciplinary team works to mitigate the fragmentation that especially impacts these patients. Dr. Treisman has motivated doctors in many fields to adopt his model of care, and to address ethical concerns for vulnerable patients. He teaches and mentors medical students and residents at Johns Hopkins and in academic centers across the country and he is involved in numerous collaborative research efforts at Johns Hopkins and other institutions.
Treating the Whole Person: Helping those with complex medical and psychiatric illnesses to thrive
The Johns Hopkins AIDS Psychiatry Clinic takes a holistic approach to tackling the complex medical and psychiatric issues for un-treated or under-treated patients who suffer from multiple medical conditions.
The Glenn J. Treisman, M.D., Ph.D. Leadership Fund supports clinical excellence, professional training and research to improve the treatment of patients with complex psychiatric and medical conditions. For more information about how to make a gift to support this important work, please contact Karen Hussey, [email protected] or 410-955-8158.