Browsing: Summer 2014

Defining Moments
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Lindi Hobongwana tests a patient’s reflexes during an HIV and Comorbidities Health Assessment Clinical, which sharpens physical assessment skills. “For many years these specialty training programs in HIV have been available for physicians,” says Assistant Professor Jason Farley, PhD, MPH, CRNP. “This is the first time we’re offering them to non-physician providers. It’s quite an
Live from 525
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By Taiwo “Tia” Ajao, Accel. ’14 Birth Companions is an exciting training opportunity that equips…

Defining Moments HIV Then
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John G. Bartlett, MD, a pioneer in Johns Hopkins’ research on and treatment of HIV/AIDS, examines a patient in 1994. Bartlett and Frank Polk, MD, started a one-room unit within the Moore Clinic to care for early AIDS patients in 1984. It would become the centerpiece of the Johns Hopkins AIDS Service and the largest
On the Pulse
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Ashley Blocker, Returned Peace Corps Volunteer The annoying rooster was a wakeup call, as was…

On the Pulse
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Ashley Blocker, Returned Peace Corps Volunteer The annoying rooster was a wakeup call, as was…

Class News
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1959 Penelope Brindley is working as a psychologist in her home. After JHSON, she received…

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