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.
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… Read More »Learning at the Birthplace of Modern U.S. Academic Medicine
Medical emergencies can happen at any moment. Our affiliates in Panama and Brazil asked to work with us to elevate their emergency care, wanting to… Read More »We’re Our Global Affiliates’ Emergency Contact
A surgeon encounters a tough cardiac case and needs a second opinion. Or perhaps she wants to explore minimally invasive surgery for a faster recovery.… Read More »One-on-One Connections and Second Opinions
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:… Read More »Realizing the Mission: Introducing Our Impact Report
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