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Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
White Coat Ceremony

The School of Medicine and the Colleges Advisory Program actively support students in their transformational journey to becoming physicians, and the White Coat Ceremony marks an important milestone on this path. The presentation and cloaking of the white coat – a symbolic mantle of the medical profession – confers a commitment to the cherished values of being a physician: humanism, compassion, altruism, leadership, excellence and devotion to the well-being of others.


Past Ceremonies

The purpose of this Statement of Values is to outline principles that the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Class of 2024 will abide by during our medical training and throughout our careers.

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