Education

Seeking Medical Illustration Project Proposals

Seeking Medical Illustration Project Proposals

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The graduate program in medical illustration seeks thesis projects for their students, proposed by a faculty member (preceptor) in any department in the School of Medicine. Proposals should describe a project based on a communication challenge identified by the preceptor that requires a novel visual solution. If interested, please email Cory Sandone (csandon1@jhmi.edu), director of(...)

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Members of the DOM Inducted into Distinguished Teaching Society

Members of the DOM Inducted into Distinguished Teaching Society

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Six of the 14 inductees of the Distinguished Teaching Society of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine hail from the DOM. The following clinical educators were honored at the DTS Induction Ceremony on April 24. The DTS aims to recognize residents and faculty who demonstrate the highest standards of excellence in clinical teaching. Andrew Karaba, fellow in the Division(...)

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Match Day 2018

Match Day 2018

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Bayview Internal Medicine Residency Program: The 22 members of this internship class are exceptionally accomplished students who hail from top medical schools from all around the country with 55 percent women and 41 percent from racial and ethnic groups underrepresented in medicine. Osler Medical Training Program: This outstanding class was selected from almost 400 applicants and comprises of over 60 percent women--our highest(...)

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Learner Mistreatment, Harassment and Discrimination

Learner Mistreatment, Harassment and Discrimination

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In my last reflections post, I spoke of the importance of diversity and inclusion and how we must respect each other no matter the person’s race, position, beliefs, etc. This especially includes our learners as they are often most vulnerable to mistreatment, discrimination, harassment or abuse. I hope you will take a few moments to(...)

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Osler Program’s Resident Wellness Toolkit

Osler Program’s Resident Wellness Toolkit

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The recently-launched ACGME Wellbeing Tools and Resources website features many resources aimed at helping residents and faculty members address burnout, promote well-being, cope with tragedy and more--including the Osler Training Program's own resource, the Resident Wellness Toolkit. The toolkit suggests ways training programs can help increase resident wellness and combat burnout by making sure residents' basic needs(...)

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O’Rourke Named Chair of Society of General Internal Medicine Task Force

O’Rourke Named Chair of Society of General Internal Medicine Task Force

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Paul O’Rourke, assistant professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine, has been appointed chair of the Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM)'s ProudtobeGIM Task Force. #ProudtobeGIM is a national campaign from the SGIM aimed at educating medical students and residents about the opportunities available in general internal medicine and encourage interest in GIM careers. The campaign recently received(...)

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Osler Program’s Medical Jeopardy Team Moves on to National Competition

Osler Program’s Medical Jeopardy Team Moves on to National Competition

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The Osler Program's Medical Jeopardy team recently won first place at the Maryland American College of Physicians (ACP) competition. The team, featuring Deepak Atri, senior assistant resident on Barker Firm, Sandeep Raj, intern on Thayer Firm, Kevin Shenderov, junior assistant resident on Longcope Firm, and John Woller, intern on Thayer Firm, will now advance to compete(...)

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Director’s Reflections: Education is Central

Director’s Reflections: Education is Central

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As the birthplace for graduate medical education, education is in our DNA. When the School of Medicine was established in 1893 (125 years ago this year) thanks to gifts from Mary Elizabeth Garrett and Johns Hopkins himself, it set the stage for Sir William Osler’s educational ideals that brought teaching to the bedside. Today, education(...)

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GTPCI Tuition Scholarship for Postdoctoral Fellows

GTPCI Tuition Scholarship for Postdoctoral Fellows

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To increase enrollment of postdoctoral fellows in the Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation (GTPCI), the GTPCI Advisory Council will fund 1 to 2 scholarship awards which will provide full tuition support and associated fees ($52,368) along with a $2,500 stipend to be used for travel and/or research expenses for the next 3 consecutive years.(...)

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