Leadership

Congrats to the Graduates of the Emerging Women’s Leadership Program

Congrats to the Graduates of the Emerging Women’s Leadership Program

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The Department of Medicine had six graduates of the 2015 cohort of the Emerging Women's Leadership program sponsored by the Office of Women in Science and Medicine and the SOM Office of Faculty Development. This 11-month program aims to provide leadership development for highly skilled women faculty and has resulted in new research collaborations amongst participants as(...)

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Collaborative Practice is Best Practice

Collaborative Practice is Best Practice

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As healthcare evolves, Johns Hopkins Medicine encourages clinicians to constantly seek “best practice.” Best practice enables clinicians to improve performance and the deliver the safest, patient-centered care possible. As a leader in innovation and discovery, best practice is woven into so much of our Johns Hopkins Medicine daily practice. We incorporate “Best Practice Advisory” into(...)

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Partnering with Patients in Decision-Making: Continuing the Conversation at Johns Hopkins

Posted by  | Leadership, Patient Care

Partnering with Patients in Decision-Making: Continuing the Conversation at Johns Hopkins will take place on June 1, 2016, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the Owens Auditorium in the Cancer Research Building. Open to all, this meeting will feature discussions of clinical, educational and research approaches to decision making in the Johns Hopkins Medicine(...)

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Ahima Named Director of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism

Ahima Named Director of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism

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We are delighted to announce that Rexford Ahima will join Johns Hopkins Medicine on as the Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Diabetes, director of the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, and leader of the Diabetes Initiative at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Ahima will assume division directorship on June 1, 2016, succeeding(...)

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Why Collaborative Practice?

Why Collaborative Practice?

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Many of us have experienced the incredible sense of satisfaction that results from being involved in meaningful interdisciplinary experiences in which the whole was truly greater than the sum of the parts. Magic happened as each individual brought their unique perspective, knowledge and skills to solve a problem. Collaboration is defined as: a mutually beneficial(...)

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Cooper Named Vice President for Health Equity for Johns Hopkins Medicine

Cooper Named Vice President for Health Equity for Johns Hopkins Medicine

Posted by  | Administration, Leadership

Lisa Cooper, professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine, has been named vice president for health care equity for Johns Hopkins Medicine. She will assume the newly created position on Jan. 1, 2016. As our nation struggles to improve population health while managing health care spending, moving from health disparities to health equity has(...)

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Scholarly Concentrations Mentoring Opportunity

Scholarly Concentrations Mentoring Opportunity

Posted by  | Education, Leadership

First year Hopkins medical students in the Scholarly Concentrations (SC) course are currently seeking faculty mentors for summer research projects. Students will have seven weeks of full-time availability in the summer to work on their projects. The SOM pays them a stipend to work during those seven weeks. Mary Catherine Beach, professor in the Division(...)

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Submit Nominees for the Dean’s Mentoring Award

Submit Nominees for the Dean’s Mentoring Award

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Who would you like to see recognized as the inaugural recipient of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Dean’s Distinguished Mentoring Award? We encourage you to nominate our department's superb mentors whose career has resulted in the mentoring of individuals who have gone on to establish independent, distinguished careers in academic medicine. Nominations are due by September(...)

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