Clinical Program Development

Translating Research Into Results

Translating Research Into Results

Posted by  | Clinical Program Development, Collaboration, Latin America, Medical Education

How do you define medical research? Many people might say it’s all about identifying new molecules or inventing treatments. But this is only part of the research continuum. At Johns Hopkins, we focus on each stage of translational research, which “translates” findings from basic science through to clinical application and meaningful health outcomes for individuals(...)

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Teaming Up Against Stroke

Teaming Up Against Stroke

Posted by  | Clinical Program Development, Collaboration, Health Innovation, Middle East, Patient Care

By Dr. Justin McArthur Stroke care needs to be a team sport. To ensure patients get the right care at the right time, stroke treatment has to bring together experts from across disciplines and medical departments to instill new knowledge about brain repair, neural plasticity and cognition. I am honored to serve as the director(...)

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UAE’s $50M Gift Fuels Stroke Research

UAE’s $50M Gift Fuels Stroke Research

Posted by  | Clinical Program Development, Collaboration, Health Innovation, Middle East, Patient Care

Strokes affect more than 15 million people around the world each year. Nearly 5 million will die from stroke, and many of the rest will be permanently—often severely—disabled. I see firsthand the devastating impact strokes have on patients and their families as my colleagues and I investigate therapies to treat and prevent stroke at Johns(...)

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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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On the Same Wavelength

On the Same Wavelength

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

My colleagues and I have mentioned in our posts that Johns Hopkins Medicine International (JHI) has nearly 20 affiliates from 15 countries—on five continents. We’re very proud of these affiliations with leading hospitals, health providers, governments and educational institutions from around the world. You may be wondering how we arrive at these relationships. Many organizations(...)

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Accreditation Brings Rigor

Accreditation Brings Rigor

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

Like me, you probably check reviews before trying a new restaurant or hotel. If we research these small decisions, it’s only logical that when it comes to big decisions like choosing a health care provider, we look for both qualitative and quantitative data to guide our choices. Accreditation is one set of standards we use(...)

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Delving Into a Disaster Drill

Delving Into a Disaster Drill

Posted by  | Clinical Program Development, Collaboration, Medical Education, Middle East, Patient Care, Patient Safety

As we began our work with Al Rahba Hospital in the United Arab Emirates, leaders there laid out their main priorities—clinical care, research and education—which are the foundation of much of our international collaborative work. However, Al Rahba had an additional request: support for emergency preparedness. The hospital is located near a major highway between(...)

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Best Preparation for Worst-Case Scenarios

Best Preparation for Worst-Case Scenarios

Posted by  | Clinical Program Development, Collaboration, Health Innovation, Health System Sustainability, Latin America, Medical Education, Middle East, Patient Safety

The devastating wake of hurricanes across the United States and Caribbean. Two destructive earthquakes striking central Mexico within a two-week span. Deadly outbreaks of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome across Saudi Arabia, UAE and other countries in the region. Multiple terrorist attacks in Spain. These are real examples of recent emergencies affecting all corners of the(...)

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