Leadership

Congrats to the Graduates of the Leadership Program for Women Faculty

Congrats to the Graduates of the Leadership Program for Women Faculty

Posted by  | Congratulations, Leadership

The Department of Medicine had four graduates of the seventh class of the Leadership Program for Women Faculty sponsored by the Office of Women in Science and Medicine, the SOM Office of Faculty Development and JHU Talent Management and Organization Development. This intensive 10-month program aims to provide leadership development for high potential women faculty. Congratulations to: Namandje(...)

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Melia joins Osler Program Leadership

Melia joins Osler Program Leadership

Posted by  | Education, Leadership

Michael Melia, assistant professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases, was recently named the new Associate Program Director for Faculty Engagement for the Osler Medical Training Program. In this role Michael will lead efforts to connect faculty and trainees in a more meaningful way. Michael is the Fellowship Training Program Director in the Division of Infectious Diseases. His academic(...)

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Happy Birthday to Sir William Osler

Happy Birthday to Sir William Osler

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Tuesday, July 12 marked the 167th birthday of Sir William Osler, one of the original physician leaders of The Johns Hopkins Hospital.  In 1884, Johns Hopkins University began to recruit leaders to help prepare the university for the opening of The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Osler was recruited to Hopkins in 1888 and named chief physician(...)

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Lee Featured in #TimeForBaltimore

Lee Featured in #TimeForBaltimore

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Linda Lee, associate professor in the Division of Gastroenterology was recently featured as part of #TimeForBaltimore, a video series highlighting work that members of Hopkins do in the community. Linda was featured for her work founding the Baltimore Kids Chess League, where children from kindergarten to high school have competed in an annual chess tournament(...)

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Women’s Task Force Annual Dinner

Women’s Task Force Annual Dinner

Posted by  | Administration, Leadership

This year's Annual Women's Task Force dinner proved to be not only an excellent networking event for women, but an inspiring evening full of meaningful conversation between faculty, staff, residents and fellows as well as our institution's leaders. The event took place on Tuesday, May 31 at the Center Club in Baltimore where keynote speakers Andrea Cox,(...)

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Johns Hopkins International Medical Director RFA

Johns Hopkins International Medical Director RFA

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Johns Hopkins Medicine International (JHI) is currently in search of a medical director for Tokyo Midtown Medical Center. JHI has a number of international clinical affiliates ranging from hospitals to ambulatory clinics. A contractual component of these affiliations is appointment of a project medical director. This is a compensated part-time (approximately 10%) position for a(...)

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A Checklist for Collaboration

A Checklist for Collaboration

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At The Johns Hopkins Hospital, we meet as a group, identify a problem, seek a solution, go to the evidence, scour the literature for best practices and email all the links to our workgroup hoping for a breakthrough… Maybe we just need to make a list. Mattessich and Monsey, (1992) reviewed over one hundred research(...)

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MERIT Baltimore Program

MERIT Baltimore Program

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Help MERIT inspire Baltimore City high school students to become health care leaders by serving as a summer preceptor! All you need to do is allow a MERIT Scholar to shadow you during work. Sign up for three-hour shadowing sessions between June 27 - July 29, on any dates/times that work for your schedule. If you're interested, complete this short(...)

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Honoring Paul Lietman

Honoring Paul Lietman

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*Dr. Lietman's family is pictured above at the photo dedication If you spend some time on the fifth floor of Osler, you may come across a photo of the late Paul Lietman hanging on the wall outside of room 526. What you may not know is that Paul Stanley Lietman, MD, PhD, was an internationally(...)

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