By Rosalyn Stewart In a previous post, Kathy DeRuggiero discussed how Johns Hopkins helps patients transition from pediatric to adult care by having a children’s… Read More »Building Bridges Between Pediatric and Adult Care
Recently, the American Medical Association (AMA) invested $15 million in eight ambitious programs to address the workplace needs of our current health system. Among the… Read More »Burnout: a Crisis Among Physicians in Training
By Nicholas Theodore, M.D. If a person’s spine is unstable because of injury, degenerative disease or another cause, he or she may need spinal stabilization… Read More »One Robot, Zero Radiation, Healing Twice as Fast
By Ali Bydon, M.D. Before he came to The Johns Hopkins Hospital for treatment in 2017, Pedro Gil, now 45, had struggled with a thoracic… Read More »One-in-a-Million Diagnosis? Those Odds Don’t Faze Us.
By Hamda Almaazmi I love experiencing new things—whether it’s finding a new hotspot for brunch in my Fells Point neighborhood, seeing my first live NFL… Read More »Johns Hopkins Has Made My World Bigger and My Future Brighter
By Mary Myers China has a population of 1.4 billion and 5.7 million hospital beds. This equates to about four hospital beds for every 1,000… Read More »Why Wait in Line When You Can Heal at Home?
By Rebecca DiBiase I recently completed my master’s degree in public health at the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Through the help of two… Read More »Three-Continent Comparison of Medical Education
By Rebecca DiBiase I wrote this blog post as I was flying to Peru to volunteer at a traveling medical clinic. In preparation for… Read More »When Helping Could Hurt: Experiences in Global Health