More Than Medicine | LeeAnn Goodson, NICU Nurse, Johns Hopkins Children’s Center

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I read somewhere something about hope is the whisper that says I’ll try again tomorrow. And that’s what you have to do when your child’s fighting for their life in the NICU. [MUSIC]>>I’m LeeAnn, I’m a NICU nurse at Johns Hopkins. In 2009, my daughter Gabriela was born with congenital heart disease and she was […]


2015 Physician of the Year – Ramin Oskoui, M.D., Sibley Memorial Hospital
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November

2015 Physician of the Year – Ramin Oskoui, M.D., Sibley Memorial Hospital

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(peaceful instrumental music)>>I am chief of staff at Sibley Memorial Hospital. I been there for 20 years. I very much enjoy my role as chief of staff and I particularly enjoy my work with Dr. Chip Davis, the Chief CEO of the hospital. Now that Hopkins has acquired Sibley to the Hopkins family, I see […]


Samuel M. Alaish, M.D. | Pediatric Surgeon
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October

Samuel M. Alaish, M.D. | Pediatric Surgeon

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My name is Samuel Alaish, I’m associate professor of surgery and division of Pediatric Surgery at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. I’m also the surgical director of the Center of the Rehabilitation and Cure using Science at the Bloomberg Children’s Center. And I’m the training director for the Fellowship and Pediatric Surgery. I’m a […]


Johns Hopkins Emergency Medicine Residency Program
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October

Johns Hopkins Emergency Medicine Residency Program

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I think it’s all about the opportunities. Here we’re a four-year program and that provides you with the ability to – you can do ultrasound, you can do critical care, you can participate in disaster projects. We offer way more experiences than almost anybody else and it’s very complete all the way from community experience […]


Dr. Sophia Strike | Orthopaedic Hand Surgeon
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October

Dr. Sophia Strike | Orthopaedic Hand Surgeon

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>>Hi, my name is Sophie Strike, and I work in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery. I specialize in hand and upper extremity surgery, so I help patients who have problems with their elbow, lower arm, wrist, hand, and fingers. Additionally, I have training in Orthopedic Oncology. So I help people with lumps and bumps on […]


Primary Care Sports Medicine | Q&A with Dr. Raj Deu

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[MUSIC] Historically, sports medicine has been thought of as the care of athletes, and only athletes, specifically physicians being on the sideline or caring for them in a training room setting. But over the years I feel it’s evolved, and now it’s involved with the care of just active individuals. That can include weekend warriors, […]


William Burns | Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgeon

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>>I’m William Burns, I’m a surgeon here at Johns Hopkins and I specialize in treating patients with cancer, especially pancreas cancer and other cancers of the upper abdomen. I also do research on pancreatic cancer and the way in which we can get the immune system to treat this cancer more effectively. So I’ve been […]


Under Pressure: The Surgeon’s Conundrum in Decision Making

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>>Hello, my name is Fabian Johnston and I am an Assistant Professor of Surgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and I’d like to thank the Journal of the American College of Surgeons for the opportunity to discuss our recent paper. End-of-life decision making is always hard but it’s particularly difficult when a […]


2016 Johns Hopkins Bloodless Medicine Seminar

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Thank you so much for coming out on this hot, hot, hot day.>>[LAUGH] >>We do appreciate your support of our program. Want to welcome you to the third annual Education Seminar for the Center of Bloodless Medicine and Surgery at Johns Hopkins. And we really are happy to see everyone attending today and we have […]


2018 Best Consulting Physician—Andrew Weiss, M.D., Howard County General Hospital
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September

2018 Best Consulting Physician—Andrew Weiss, M.D., Howard County General Hospital

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(gentle music)>>I come in and I do what I think is best for the patients, for their families. And I’m there to take care of the patients, number one, and to take care of the providers asking us to give help. A common problem we face is dealing with end-of-life care. It’s most important to […]