Opening the book on Hopkins
'Our Shared Legacy' chronicles the path from hospital to
For a period in the 1970s, it might have seemed to
those involved with Johns Hopkins nursing that things
couldn't get any worse — so they'd have to get
better. And they did.
For nearly all concerned, "better" meant
for nursing, which had begun as a hospital diploma program,
to become a fully autonomous, degree-granting division of
the university, a stature for which many had already fought
A Center for Global Health Is
The Johns Hopkins University is launching a Center for
Global Health to coordinate and focus its efforts against
HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, hepatitis, flu and other
worldwide health threats, especially in developing
countries, President William R. Brody has announced.
Pediatricians fail to screen for autism, study
Few Maryland and Delaware primary care pediatricians screen
patients regularly for autism and autism-spectrum disorders
as part of their overall look at possible developmental
delays, according to results of a joint study from Johns
Hopkins Children's Center and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg
School of Public Health.