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National Nurses Week

National Nurses Week

National Nurses Week occurs every year from May 6-12 in honor of the birthday of Florence Nightingale, known to be the founder of modern nursing. The holiday is meant celebrate the often unsung heroes of health care while thanking nurses and honoring their accomplishments. We in the Department of Medicine would like to take this(...)

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Epic Tip of the Week: May 2019 Week 2

Epic Tip of the Week: May 2019 Week 2

Ambulatory - Select Diagnosis More Easily in the Associate Diagnosis Window [effective May 16, 2019] Quickly add diagnoses using all of the available speed lists in the associate diagnosis window. In addition to the problem list drop down menu, providers can select from the common diagnosis preference list as well as diagnoses previously entered for the(...)

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Thiboutot Receives AABIP Research Grant

Thiboutot Receives AABIP Research Grant

Jeffrey Thiboutot, fellow in the Division of Pulmonary, recently received the 2019 American Association for Bronchology and Interventional Pulmonology Research Grant for his project: Optical Coherence Tomography for the in vivo Evaluation of Bronchial Thermoplasty on Airway Smooth Muscle. This grant aims to foster the careers of junior investigators through funding and mentorship.

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Association of immunosuppression and HIV viraemia with non-Hodgkin lymphoma risk overall and by subtype in people living with HIV in Canada and the USA: a multicentre cohort study

Association of immunosuppression and HIV viraemia with non-Hodgkin lymphoma risk overall and by subtype in people living with HIV in Canada and the USA: a multicentre cohort study

ARTICLE: Association of immunosuppression and HIV viraemia with non-Hodgkin lymphoma risk overall and by subtype in people living with HIV in Canada and the USA: a multicentre cohort study AUTHORS: Hernández-Ramírez, R.U.Qin, L., Lin, H., Leyden, W., Neugebauer, R.S., Althoff, K.N., Achenbach, C.J., Hessol, N.A., D'Souza, G., Gebo, K.A., Gill, M.J., Grover, S., Horberg, M.A., Li, J., Mathews, W.C., Mayor, A.M., Park, L.S., Rabkin, C.S., Salters, K., Justice, A.C., Moore, R.D., Engels, E.A., Silverberg, M.J., Dubrow, R., Betts,(...)

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Primary Care Consortium Awards

Primary Care Consortium Awards

The Johns Hopkins Medicine Primary Care Consortium hosted its annual conference with the University of Maryland on Friday, April 5. Primary care providers of all specialties and disciplines from Johns Hopkins Medicine and the University of Maryland participated. Several members of the Johns Hopkins Department of Medicine were honored with awards for their achievements in primary care: Deborah Freeland,(...)

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Page Urges UN Security Council to Declare Venezuela Humanitarian Crisis

Page Urges UN Security Council to Declare Venezuela Humanitarian Crisis

Last month, Kathleen Page, associate professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases, gave testimony at the United Nations Security Council regarding the dire healthcare crisis in Venezuela that has lead to shortages in medications, supplies and services which threaten public health. In her remarks, she made recommendations based on findings published in her recent Lancet article.(...)

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2019 Clinical Retreat Recap

2019 Clinical Retreat Recap

Thank you to everyone who participated in today's Second Annual Department of Medicine Clinical Retreat. It was an inspiring morning beginning with a talk from our guest speaker Gurpreet Dhaliwal from UCSF, followed by opening remarks featuring some of our clinical successes over the past year from Mark Anderson, patient stories from members of the(...)

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Epic Tip of the Week May 2019 Week 1

Epic Tip of the Week May 2019 Week 1

Inpatient [JHBMC] - Edmonton Frail Scale System List [effective May 7, 2019] JHBMC has a system list for patients who are at high risk for falls, as calculated by the Edmonton Frail Scale. This assessment is documented during an outpatient visit on the Edmonton Frailty Flowsheet. If a patient scores six or greater, they will(...)

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