The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is proud to present the next installment of the Leading Change: Perspectives from Outside of Medicine Conversation Series 2023–2024 on Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 5 p.m. via Zoom. Amanda Rees, https://www.linkedin.com/in/amanda-rees-2a9a0244/, founder and CEO of Bold, will present the lecture New Old Age Meets the Same Old Ageism: […]
The symposium was held Monday, November 20, 2023 on the Johns Hopkins Medical Campus. Given the recent challenges faced by clinicians, especially with the inundation of COVID, AI, and other emerging technologies, the symposium highlighted the current state of proactive approaches to engineering within healthcare that lead to improved quality, safety and equity for patients. […]
The federal government designated the Baltimore region as a federal tech hub on Monday, a move that could funnel millions of dollars into the region and create tens of thousands of jobs. Baltimore is one of 31 federal Tech Hubs, a Biden administration initiative overseen by the U.S. Commerce Department’s Economic Development Administration. The region will […]
JH AITC Core Leaders recently co-authored a paper that was published in the Journal of the American Geriatric Society. Authors included Drs. Nancy Schoenborn and Esther Oh and others. The paper is titled, “Knowledge and attitudes of Patient Safety Attendants (PSAs) in managing hospitalized older adults with delirium and dementia.” This study highlights the importance […]
Alexis Battle and Rama Chellappa participated in a recent symposium hosted by JHU. Leading artificial intelligence experts gathered on Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus to grapple with the complexities and opportunities that AI and data science bring to higher education. For more information please visit: https://engineering.jhu.edu/news/ai-x-symposium/
JH AITC Stakeholder Engagement Core Co-Director Dr. Nancy Schoenborn presented on September 21, 2023 during the Geriatric Medicine Grand Rounds at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Campus.
Drs. Nancy Schoenborn, Cynthia Boyd, and Craig Pollack had two recent publications from their national survey of physicians on decision-making in cancer screening of older adults. The project published in JAMA Network Open examined the effect of presenting different types of health information about the patient. They found that patient’s cancer risk in remaining lifetime and […]
The paper has been publised online in Nature Aging. You can view more by visiting: https://rdcu.be/dcZPs
Multicenter collaboration will focus on the use of artificial intelligence to improve long-term health, independence for older people.