Education

Position Opening for Colleges Advisory Program Faculty

Position Opening for Colleges Advisory Program Faculty

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The School of Medicine Colleges Advisory Program (CAP) is seeking talented, full-time clinical educators for position openings in CAP beginning July 1, 2018. CAP core faculty members are asked to make a 4- to 5-year commitment to serve in the following roles: Longitudinal advisor for 20 medical students (5 per class); Small group instructor for(...)

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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

Posted by  | Congratulations, Education

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

Posted by  | Administration, Education

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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High Value All Star Awards

High Value All Star Awards

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Members of the DOM were recognized by Vice Dean for Education Roy Ziegelstein at the December Graduate Medical Education Committee (GMEC) meeting for their successful quality improvement projects related to high value care. Award recipients receive a High Value All Star certificate and a $100 check to use for a high value celebration. From infectious diseases, Masako Mizusawa, Christopher Kauffman, Lisa(...)

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Addiction Medicine Fellowship Now Accredited

Addiction Medicine Fellowship Now Accredited

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The Addiction Medicine Foundation Board has approved accreditation of the Johns Hopkins University Addiction Medicine Fellowship. This one-year fellowship, led by Darius Rastegar, associate professor in the Division of Chemical Dependence, will be open to applicants with internal medicine or family medicine training beginning July 2018. Fellows will receive  training in providing treatment for individuals with substance use(...)

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Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellow Program

Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellow Program

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The Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program is part of the Faculty Diversity Initiative, which is one of many programs outlined in the JHU Roadmap on Diversity and Inclusion. The fellowship will support one or two years of salary and provide fringe benefits and a small research award for individuals who will contribute to the diversity of his or(...)

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