Becoming more resilient can not only help you get through uncertain times but also enhance the quality of your life along the way. A Johns Hopkins psychologist shares his maxims to get through difficult circumstances.
The long-awaited new year has finally come, and we’re all looking forward to returning to some semblance of normal life pre-COVID-19. Here are a few things to get you excited for the new year.
Looking back on a challenging year, a medical student describes how 2020 revealed what is most important to him.
Fourth-year medical students forge a path through virtual residency interviews, deciding where they will spend years of their life, often without ever having visited.
The COVID-19 pandemic has instilled feelings of uneasiness and fear, and raised questions about what the future holds. First-year medical student Sumil Nair looks at how these emotions are all too familiar to patients on the organ transplant list, a process dramatically affected by the pandemic.
Every year, a new crop of interns at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center creates an oath, a “North Star” to help guide us through residency and reaffirm our collective commitment to humanism and professionalism. This year it will be a bit different.
First-year medical student Alisha Dziarski discusses her experiences meeting and bonding with her classmates through Zoom and a COVID-19-adapted anatomy lab.
With cold and flu season fast approaching, the push to vaccinate communities against influenza is greater than ever. Meanwhile, COVID-19 vaccine trials are working furiously to release a winning candidate by the end of the year.
Our school of medicine residents and fellows point to their masks to show how they mask up when they’re at the lab or in the hospital, and keep it up when they’re working out, socializing and running errands.
Planning a wedding is hard. Canceling it due to a pandemic is harder. Graduate student Veronica Busa lets us in on her wedding journey.