Heart failure is a disease that effects millions of Americans, costs billions of dollars to manage, and relies on great coordination between health providers and… Read More »New Handheld Device Aids Chronic Heart Failure Management
Born and raised in Baltimore, Panagis Galiatsatos is a physician who now advocates for more medical-community partnerships and initiatives.
Six months after the civil unrest in Baltimore City, residents are still trying to make sense of what happened. Moving forward, many have turned their… Read More »Community Health Curriculum Instills Positivity in Baltimore Youth
During the family meeting, as the physician reviews the patient’s prognosis, one family member begins to cry. The physician explains the patient’s condition and, judging… Read More »Training Prepares ICU Residents for a Hospital’s Hardest Conversations
Anila Chaudry, a second-year medical student at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, sits across from a community member at a local elementary school. Chaudry… Read More »Asthma Awareness Campaign Encourages Baltimore to “B’more Asthma Free”
Though the individuals in this story are fictional, the stories presented reflect my real-life experiences with patients and their caregivers. Upon entering my patient’s room,… Read More »The Important Role of Caregivers in Health Care