One of the most memorable experiences of my medical training was my first home visit. I was a medical student participating in a primary care… Read More »Home Visits: An Essential Part of Medical Care
Ryan Lang is a physician and writer with a passion for the underserved and a desire to bring the medical issues of this population to light.
This month, I became a senior resident in internal medicine. With that title comes the opportunity to help train new interns at our hospital. And… Read More »Advice from a Senior Resident to a New Intern
A potential tool to combat the HIV epidemic in Baltimore is gaining attention, and it may involve an unlikely location — the church. Researchers at… Read More »Church Attendance Could Lower HIV Rates in High-Risk Women
Marc Edwards, Ph.D., has a vision for an innovative kind of lecture series at Johns Hopkins. The postdoctoral research fellow is interested in featuring prominent… Read More »Levi Watkins Lecture Series to Feature Prominent Minorities in Science
As our appointment came to an end, I took a few minutes to give final instructions to my patient. Though she had many medical issues,… Read More »The Elephant in the Clinic Room: Health Literacy
In January, a week prior to the holiday celebrating the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr., the Johns Hopkins community gathered to celebrate the life… Read More »Life of Young Physician and Rising ‘Star’ Celebrated at Memorial