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January 7, 2010
Top Ten Highlights of 2009
A 21st Century Approach to Medical Education
The School of Medicine’s new curriculum emphasizes personalized care.
When Johns Hopkins leaders first started talking about a new curriculum, they began with a clean slate and a pointed question: How will medicine be practiced 10 years from now?
That was six years ago. Today, as the class of 2013 becomes the first to experience the new medical school curriculum, leaders find that things have changed much as they anticipated. Read full story
A Bold Vision
Johns Hopkins has launched the bold Genes to Society vision of medical education in a state-of-the-art building specifically designed to support it.
As the campus’ first new medical education center in 25 years, the Anne and Mike Armstrong Medical Education Building offers innovative classrooms with projection capabilities on all four walls and mobile podiums for instructors. Full story
Health Care Reform
Hopkins on the Health Care Debate
The health care debate in Washington, D.C., and around the nation has important consequences for Johns Hopkins Medicine operations.
JHM executives have played a quiet but notable role in the debate, meeting with officials from the White House and the Cabinet, and with members of Congress and their staff, explaining the key role of academic medical centers in the delivery of health care to millions of Americans. To find out more about Hopkins on the health care debate, follow this link.
Dean Weighs In
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