Leadership

Hill-Briggs and Maruthur Visit Capitol Hill with the ADA

Hill-Briggs and Maruthur Visit Capitol Hill with the ADA

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This month, Hopkins SOM faculty joined the American Diabetes Association on Capitol Hill for meetings with congressional representatives and senators about diabetes research funding and health care priorities. Participants were Felicia Hill-Briggs, professor of in GIM and president-elect of the American Diabetes Association Health Care & Education; Mehboob Hussain, professor of Pediatrics and director of the(...)

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Weiss Stepping Down as Associate Dean for Admissions

Weiss Stepping Down as Associate Dean for Admissions

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It is with mixed emotions that I report that James “Jim” Weiss will be stepping down from his roles as associate dean for admissions and chair of the Committee on Admission for the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. This change will be effective July 1. Dr. Weiss will continue in his roles in the(...)

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Fine Named Interim Director of Nephrology

Fine Named Interim Director of Nephrology

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I am delighted to announce that Derek Fine has agreed to serve as interim director of the Division of Nephrology effective March 1. We are confident in Dr. Fine’s ability to lead the division and maintain its strong history during this time of transition. In addition to his interim leadership role, he will serve as(...)

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Job Opportunity: Medical Director-Infusion Center

Job Opportunity: Medical Director-Infusion Center

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The Medical Director-Infusion Center (MDIC) shall be a JHU-employed physician with the training and ability to oversee the care of adult patients referred to Johns Hopkins Hospital/Infusion Center (JHH/IC) with complex medical needs. The MDIC shall ensure that care delivered is safe, of high quality, and patient-centered. The MDIC shall work collaboratively with nursing and(...)

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Culture of Health Leaders Program

Culture of Health Leaders Program

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Apply to be a part of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's effort to bring about a Culture of Health. Participate in one of the new leadership development programs offering high-level training and funding for people interested in applying their expertise—no matter what discipline—to help make our country healthier and more equitable. Programs include: Culture of(...)

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Herzke Receives Leadership Award

Herzke Receives Leadership Award

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Carrie Herzke, assistant professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine, recently received the Leadership Award from the Association of Chiefs & Leaders of General Internal Medicine (ACLGIM). The award recognizes skills in leadership in academic medicine for faculty members within the first 10 years of faculty appointment. For more information, visit: http://www.sgim.org/aclgim-tools--programs/awards-and-grants/leadership-award

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Paul Scheel to Step Down as Director of Nephrology

Paul Scheel to Step Down as Director of Nephrology

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We write to inform you that after 30 years with our department, Paul Scheel will be moving on to become Associate Vice Chancellor for Clinical Affairs at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and Chief Executive Officer of Washington University Physicians, the school’s faculty practice, effective July 1, 2017. Paul has stood out(...)

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Lessons from the AAIM Women in Leadership Development Forum

Lessons from the AAIM Women in Leadership Development Forum

Posted by  | Administration, Leadership, Vice Chair Contributors

On October 20, six women faculty, supported by the DOM, attended the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine (AAIM), Women in Leadership Development Forum. The program focused on practical skills development as well as on strategies for creating a supportive environment that allows diverse faculty to thrive. The skills workshops included Crucial Conversations, Resilience and Sustainability(...)

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