Academic Medicine

Bermuda Hospitals Board Names Johns Hopkins Top Bidder

Bermuda Hospitals Board Names Johns Hopkins Top Bidder

Posted by  | Academic Medicine, Clinical Program Development, Collaboration, Medical Education

For more than three decades, the unique community of Bermuda has held a special place in our hearts at Johns Hopkins Medicine International (JHI). (You can read more about how we care for Bermudian patients and our on-the-ground efforts to provide information on the latest health advances.) Earlier this month we started a new agreement(...)

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‘This Opportunity Means Everything’

‘This Opportunity Means Everything’

Posted by  | Academic Medicine, Medical Education, Research

Last week Charlie wrote about the recent reception for this year’s recipients of the Paul S. Lietman Johns Hopkins Medicine International Scholarship. JHI started offering this need-based scholarship eight years ago to international students pursuing their education at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In this post, you can read what the financial assistance(...)

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Carrying on a Name and a Legacy

Carrying on a Name and a Legacy

Posted by  | Academic Medicine, Asia Pacific, Collaboration, Medical Education, Middle East, Research

I recently spent an evening talking with inspiring medical students who have come to the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine from all around the world. I also had the chance to pay honor to the late Dr. Paul Lietman, a true visionary and dear friend. Eight years ago, Johns Hopkins Medicine International (JHI) created(...)

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Learning at the Birthplace of Modern U.S. Academic Medicine

Learning at the Birthplace of Modern U.S. Academic Medicine

Posted by  | Academic Medicine, Collaboration, Latin America, Medical Education

More than 125 years ago, Johns Hopkins physicians ushered in a new era of medical education in the United States by incorporating bedside teaching, laboratory research and medical residencies as part of instruction. Today we share this foundational philosophy of training and education with likeminded global affiliates such as the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios(...)

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Johns Hopkins Has Made My World Bigger and My Future Brighter

Johns Hopkins Has Made My World Bigger and My Future Brighter

Posted by  | Academic Medicine, Collaboration, Medical Education, Middle East, Research

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 game or my trip to Disney World earlier this summer. (Yes, I’m 27 years old, but I enjoyed it so much!) Being a research resident at Johns Hopkins has made(...)

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Charles Wiener Appointed to Lead Johns Hopkins’ Continued Global Expansion

Charles Wiener Appointed to Lead Johns Hopkins’ Continued Global Expansion

Posted by  | Academic Medicine, Collaboration, Health Innovation, Patient Care

Charles Wiener, M.D., professor of medicine and physiology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, who had been serving as acting president of Johns Hopkins Medicine International (JHI), has been named president of JHI and senior vice president, international, of Johns Hopkins Medicine, following Pamela Paulk’s retirement. In this role, Charlie will work closely with(...)

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Our 20-Year Global Ambassadorship

Our 20-Year Global Ambassadorship

Posted by  | Academic Medicine, Asia Pacific, Clinical Program Development, Collaboration, Europe, Health Innovation, Health System Sustainability, Latin America, Medical Education, Middle East, Patient Care, Patient Safety, Research

In 1998, Johns Hopkins Medicine established a global ambassador, Johns Hopkins Medicine International, to take its mission worldwide. Since then, we’ve worked to help Johns Hopkins Medicine emerge as a pioneer in international collaborative health. Today, we deliver the promise of medicine to people across the globe—through culturally sensitive care at Johns Hopkins Medicine in(...)

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Realizing the Mission: Introducing Our Impact Report

Realizing the Mission: Introducing Our Impact Report

Posted by  | Academic Medicine, Clinical Program Development, Collaboration, Health Care Jobs, Health Care Leadership Development, Health Innovation, Health System Sustainability, Latin America, Medical Education, Medical Technology, Middle East, Nurse Development, Patient Care, Patient Safety, Research

In 1998, with just a handful of staff, Johns Hopkins Medicine established a global ambassador, Johns Hopkins Medicine International (JHI), to take its mission worldwide: improving the health of the community and the world by setting the standard of excellence in medical education, research and clinical care. Since then, we’ve grown to help Johns Hopkins(...)

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WeChatting What’s Best in Children’s Cancer Care

WeChatting What’s Best in Children’s Cancer Care

Posted by  | Academic Medicine, Asia Pacific, Clinical Program Development, Patient Care, Research

Johns Hopkins scientists cracked the genetic code for cancer and deciphered the genome of more cancer types than any other research team in the world—among numerous achievements in oncology. These discoveries helped revolutionized how we diagnose and treat pediatric cancers. Johns Hopkins Children’s Center provides one of the nation’s Top 10 pediatric cancer programs, according(...)

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Where It All Started

Where It All Started

Posted by  | Academic Medicine, Asia Pacific, Clinical Program Development, Collaboration, Health Innovation, Health System Sustainability, Medical Education, Patient Care, Research

New collaborators often ask why we formed Johns Hopkins Medicine International, and I love telling our story. JHI’s origins go back to the 1990s and a small group of people who cared for the unique needs of patients coming to The Johns Hopkins Hospital from around the world. The initial idea was to provide these(...)

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