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Transcript: He died on Christmas Eve 1873 In his will, he set aside $7 million for the establishment of a free hospital and an affiliated medical and nurse’s training college. Hospital founded in 1889 to provide assistance to the poor of "all races" wealthier patients would pay for services of poor Birthplace of "rounds", "residents", and "house staff" First male-to-female sex reassignment Discovery of the brain's natural opiates Identification of three types of polio virus Johns Hopkins Today HeLa's Contributions In 2012 it opened a $1.1 billion hospital, The Sheikh Zayed Tower and The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center. •Werner Arber, Daniel Nathans, and Hamilton O. Smith discovered them •It gave birth to genetic engineering industry •Since their discovery at Johns Hopkins Hospital, over 3000 restriction enzymes have been studied •Received Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1978 Johns Hopkins Hospital **Ranked #1 Hospital in Baltimore metro area and #1 hospital in Maryland by US News** "blue baby" syndrome is caused by a heart defect called "Tetralogy of Fallot" Oxygenated and non-oxygenated blood mixes in the heart valves, causing the skin to be blue. If goes untreated, leads to an early death. Surgeon: Alfred Blalock Pediatric Cardiologist: Helen Taussig Moved an artery leaving the heart to go to the lungs to give another chance for oxygenation Patients lips immediately turned normal color The Founding Contributions to mankind Most important Woman in history Every person has been exposed to HeLa some how Still can not explain how it's immoral Chromosome's 23 1st "Blue Baby" Operation (Nov. 24, 1944) Who was Johns Hopkins? Restriction Enzymes Other Advances at Johns Hopkins In 2012 Johns Hopkins Hospital lost its coveted spot as the nation's top-ranked hospital for the first time in 22 years (still ranked #2) $5 billion system unites the physicians and scientists of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine with the health professionals and facilities that make up the Johns Hopkins Health System. Ranked nationally in 16 adult and 10 pediatric specialties. 46,775 admissions in the most recent year reported. It performed 23,433 annual inpatient and 34,990 outpatient surgeries. Its emergency room had 84,982 visits. Born May 19, 1795. What’s with the weird “s”? It was his great-grandmother’s maiden name. Quaker family, tobacco farmers in southern Maryland Investor in the country’s first major railroad, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Became director in 1847 and chairman in 1855. Never married.

Johns Hopkins Presentation

Transcript: Student Life Curriculum References Astin, A.W. (1999). Student involvement: A developmental theory for higher education. Journal of College Student Development, 40(5), 518-529. Chickering, A.W., & Gamson, Z.F. (1987). Seven principles for good practice in undergraduate education. AAHE Bulletin, 3-7. Child Trends. (2013, October 30). What can schools do to build resilience in their students? France, M.K. & Finney, S.J. (2010). Conceptualization and utility of university mattering: A construct validity study. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 43(1), 48-65. Gallup-Purdue Index 2015 Report, Great jobs, great lives: The relationship between student debt, experiences, and perceptions of college worth. Gallup-Purdue Index 2014, Great jobs, great lives: A study of more than 30,000 college graduates across the U.S. Jain, R. (2016, January 10). Teaching students the abc’s of resilience. Edutopia. Landro, L. (2016, February 15). Why resilience is good for your health and career. The Wall Street Journal. Penn, J. & Major, L. (2016, March 14). Do our students believe they matter us? Experiences assessing mattering to inspire change at two research institutions. NASPA Annual Meeting. Rumann, C.B. & Bondi, S. (2015) Engaging student veterans inside and outside the classroom. In S.J. Quaye & S.R. Harper (Eds) Student engagement in higher education: Theoretical perspectives and practical approaches for diverse populations. Routledge: New York, pp. 323-337. Common components: -individual behaviors -attitudes -cognitive competencies -school and community support Personality type factors: Openness to experiences, conscientiousness, extravertness, agreeableness, and emotional stability 7. Respects Diverse Talents and Ways of Learning Areas of Well-being (France & Finney, 2010; Penn & Major, 2016) • Two categories: interpersonal and academic Power to shape an environment that is favorable to good practice in higher education •Shared purposes •Support from administrators and faculty • Adequate funding • Policies and procedures • Assessment Resiliency (Astin, 1999) 2.Develops Reciprocity and Cooperation Among Students -Team effort learning -Collaborative and social -Increases involvement in learning -Enhances critical thinking Student Life Curriculum Various models for inspiration Make connections Mattering advocate Importance of mattering Encouragement to participate Something for everyone 2. Develops Reciprocity and Cooperation Among Students Purpose Well-Being: Liking what you do each day Social Well-Being: Having strong and supportive relationships Community Well-Being: Engagement with the areas where you live Financial Well-Being: Managing economic life Physical Well-Being: Good health and energy (Rumann & Bondi, 2015) Guiding question: “every adversity one faces triggers beliefs about that situation, which in turn causes a reaction or consequence” Promotes intentional faculty interaction 1. Encourages Contact Between Students and Faculty • Theory of validation Mattering “Do specific undergraduate experiences matter more to alumni’s overall impression of their alma mater, and which most consistently relate to positive outcomes such as high well-being and workplace engagement after graduation?” (Gallup 2015) 7 principles for good practice in undergraduate education Mentoring programs Thank You Questions/Comments 6. Communicates High Expectations -Important for everyone-for the poorly prepared, for those unwilling to exert themselves, and for the bright and well-motivated Support and influence can look like this • Setting policies that are consistent with good practice • Institutional performance expectations • Minimize bureaucratic regulations • Allocating adequate funds We are problem solvers, but are we good problem solvers? 1 . Encourages Contact Between Students and Faculty -Most important factor in student motivation and involvement -Faculty concern helps students get through rough times and keep on working -Enhances students’ intellectual commitment and encourages thought on values and future plans Quality versus quantity Sara Gallegos March 25, 2016 Who are we? 3 areas of mattering: Awareness Importance Reliance Emotional Support and Experiential Learning: Student Leadership and Involvement's Role Title **Note about staff mattering 3. Encourages Active Learning Emotional Support and Experiential Learning 5. Emphasizes Time on Task Small gatherings (Child Trends, 2013; Jain, 2016; Landro, 2016) Who are we? 3. Encourages Active Learning -Students must talk about what they are learning, write about it, relate it to past experiences and apply it to their daily lives -Make learning part of themselves “Resilience is often defined as the capacity to adjust to change, disruption or difficulty and move on from negative or traumatic experiences in a positive way.” Provide trainings What would this accomplish? 7. Respects Diverse Talents and Ways of Learning -Celebrating different talents and learning

Johns Hopkins Presentation

Transcript: Dr. Nancy Johns Hopkins Hospital How do I fit in? What will my Quality of Life be? Where will I work after my residency? Neurosurgery Resident Neurosurgery Resident Food and Nutrition Services Environmental Services Facilities Management Clinical Technology Management Patient Transport Service Response Center/Concierge Valet Services Sodexo Integrated Facilities Management Sodexo Integrated Facilities Management Diversity & Inclusion leadership Patient, family and staff satisfaction Employee engagement Caring Safety and quality Hospitality Community Cultural Alignment Cultural Alignment Neat and clean call room and bathroom Comfortable room temperature Clean and soft bed linens Quiet space A Good Night's Sleep Call Room Consistent Housekeepers Friendly and caring Community and family feeling Consistent cleanliness Hospital-grade laundry facilities Quality control of linen stock Strategic replenishment par stock Environmental Services Environmental Services HVAC preventive maintenance and repair Energy and utility management Support environmental sustainability Reduced cost structure General maintenance and plumbing Facilities Management Facilities Management Space design with holistic wellness in mind Selection of building materials to ensure: Acoustical dampening Durability Ease of cleaning Low volatile organic compound based materials Minimize life cycle cost of maintenance Control of natural light Construction Management Construction Management Personal Care Personal Wellness 4:30 a.m. wake-up Order and pay for breakfast from JHH-Sodexo mobile app Three mile run on JHH nature trail 5:30 a.m. breakfast pick-up - no waiting in line! Nice, hot shower in clean call room bathroom Puts on clean scrubs Off to morning Huddle and rounds Food and Nutrition Services Food and Nutrition Services Food options available 24/7 Hospital cafeteria Branded retail venues Micro markets Healthy choices Nutritional information Linked to Fitbit Credit towards JHH Health and Wellness program Mobile ordering and prepay Population Health Community Outreach Collaborative nature trail design by Johns Hopkins, Sodexo, JHH Patient and Family Advisory Council and community members Use of indiginous and perennial plants No external water irrigation needed Use of water permeable materials for running track Secure environment LED exterior lighting on timers or motion sensors Laundry and Linen Laundry and Linen Comprehensive par stock analysis and distribution Hospital - all units Outpatient areas Scrubs Hospital-grade laundry service Green laundry Strategic replacement of linen stock Access to volume discounted pricing Quality assurance Preparation for Surgery Morning Rounds Morning bathing and dressing of patients Patient transport from inpatient care unit to ORs Receipt of latest diagnostic imaging results Medical supplies and clinical equipment Housekeeping team ready for in-between case cleaning Patient and family-centered care Management of rolling stock Wheelchairs and stretchers RFID asset tagging Inventory management Repair and maintenance Routine and cycle cleaning Planned obsolescence fleet replacement Patient progression Route optimization Enhanced trip turnaround time Patient Transport Services Patient Transport Services Terminal cleaning End-of-day detailed cleaning Utilization of UV light technology as needed In-between case cleaning Standard operating procedures enhance cleaning efficiency Blacklight technology to validate quality cleaning Waste management Recycling Regulated medical waste and sharps Municipal Environmental Services Environmental Services RFID asset tagging MinuteMan software Rapid response work order management Preventive maintenance alerts Clinical equipment software revision update alerts Robust reporting systems for regulatory inspections Strategic contracting OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) contracts Third-party contracts Professional development and certification of staff Planned obsolescence equipment replacement Central equipment management Clinical Technology Management Clinical Technology Management One call does it all Single point of contact for all support services Enhanced operational efficiency Enhanced patient, family and staff satisfaction Improved patient flow Two SRC models On site Off site, cloud based Department based call triage Performance reports Service request volume Service response time Track time from response to task completion Service request escalation Service Response Center Service Response Center OR staff able to order and pay for breakfast with JHH-Sodexo mobile app OR suites are immaculate from terminal cleaning from night before All clinical equipment operating well In-between case cleaning is completed quickly and effectively Dr. Nancy is able to order baseball tickets for that evening through the Sodexo Concierge service A Day of Surgery A Day of Surgery Enhanced Quality of Life for patients, families and staff Household errands Dry cleaning Pet walking services

Johns Hopkins Presentation

Transcript: Hello Planning Project & Expectation Management Adaptability - Skills & Environment Communication Accountability Experienced Instructor Expert in field Personal Investment Passionate Outcome? I like what you have done with the PowerPoints! Your eye is very keen – and clean! Thank you for taking the time to give me more guidance. Can you assist in 127 more lecture programs?? Hahahaha – humor. Thanks, ..... Assessment Original Assessment Strategy Mid-term - 35% Final - 40 % Paper - 25% Class Participation - 10% Revised Assessment Strategy Mid-term - 25% Final - 25% Teaching Project - 25% Weekly Quizzes - 10% Online Discussions - 15% Original Presentation 116 slides 544.5 megabytes Introduction Lecture Anti CSI rant Review of forensic biology Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA) Program Blackboard Instructional Design Integrate Technologies Develop media/ tutorials Hybrid & fully online versions of courses M.ET. Educational Technology Graduate Certificate: Online Teaching Instructional Technologist Faculty integrate technology Digital Storytelling Wimba Classroom (Blackboard Collaborate) Tradition What is "Academic" Test v. Assessment Consultant hybrid course Traditional Wet darkroom to fully digital 1/3 online Blackboard mediated VoiceThread Online Course Developer/ Instructional Designer All aspects of new online course Implement Quality Matters (QM) Rubric Development Office grants w/ technology component Blackboard 9.1 transition team Innovation Task Force: Hybrid Learning Subcommittee Steps to Overcome? Learn? Outcome? Thank you, Final Verison 3 separate Lectures Introduction: 9 sldes - 4 minutes Lecture: 80 slides: 30 min - 250 mb Biology Review: 12 slides - 9 minutes Developed academic writing courses Taught Academic Writing to ESL students Adult Learners Differentiated Instruction

Johns Hopkins

Transcript: The Blue Jays Application Standards What I Love! It is the top funded research university in the country It is a prestigious university with a variety of majors in various medical fields. It has D1 Lacrosse World renowned for it's medical program 2,509 Women (48.4%) and 2,676 Men (51.6%) 53% White 21.6% Asian 12.2% Hispanic 5.8% Black 9% International Students 97.1% First Year Students Returning Size: Undergraduates-5,801 Graduates-15,157 Average Scores- SAT: Math-707, Critical Reading-682, Writing-685=2074 ACT: 31 Average GPA- Unweighted: 3.80 Weighted: 4.29 Overall Admission Rate- 17% Things Considered- Very Important-GPA Important-Standardized Tests, Essay, Extracurricular Activities The Cost: How to Apply Campus Life and where You'll live Approximately-$64,679 Average Freshmen Award-$37,931 Average Indebtedness of 2011 Graduates-$22,808 Average Percent Need Met-100% Financial Aid available Location: Baltimore, MD GOAL! What I Want to study Demographics Johns Hopkins Institute of Genetic Medicine: Top funded University for research In addition to its M.D. program offers Ph.D., master's and a combined M.D./Ph.D degrees. The university offers 52 academic majors and 43 minors JHU Johns Hopkins Accepts both Common Application and Universal College Application. Has Early Decision but no Early Action There is Greek Life A Spring Fair An annual Lighting of the Quad and musical performances Most students live on campus in one of the many on campus dorms. There are many activities and clubs that students can join.

Johns Hopkins Hospital

Transcript: A leader in innovative health care solutions, Johns Hopkins HealthCare LLC (JHHC) is committed to the health and wellbeing, as a partnership between the Johns Hopkins Health System and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine to develop and administer contractual health care relationships with managed care organizations, government programs, employers and health care providers. Johns Hopkins Hospital Quality of Care Excellence & Discovery Leadership & Integrity Diversity & Inclusion Respect & Collegiality The mission of Johns Hopkins Medicine is to improve the health of the community and the world by setting the standard of excellence in medical education, research and clinical care. Diverse and inclusive, Johns Hopkins Medicine educates medical students, scientists, health care professionals and the public; conducts biomedical research; and provides patient-centered medicine to prevent, diagnose and treat human illness. Hopkins leaders have understood that to practice medicine, young physicians need frontline training alongside veteran physicians whose knowledge and experience provides the best means of fighting disease. Their faculty believes that to best grasp illness, our student-physicians must also understand the patients who are afflicted and constantly be searching for better treatments, newer answers and greater ideas. It is a crucial aspect of improving health across the world, and it’s what medical education at Johns Hopkins is all about Mission 600 N. Wolfe Street Baltimore, MD 21287-1720 Magnet Status since 2003 Values Johns Hopkins Hospital has broken new ground, led the field in medicine andmade history in countless ways. Just one of the hospital’s many historic achievements is that it was consecutively ranked #1 in the nation for 21 years out of the 23 in which U.S. News & World Report has held its annual rankings of U.S. hospitals. This year, the hospital is again ranked #1 nationally in five specialties, and it is ranked #2 overall in the nation. Organizational Structure References http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/som/ Professional Models of Care Quality of Nursing Leadership The Johns Hopkins Hospital has been recognized worldwide for its leadership in all areas of health care. The first president of the American Nurses' Association was a Hopkins nurse, and Hopkins nurses were instrumental in founding both The American Journal of Nursing and the Superintendent's Society, the forerunner of the National League for Nursing. Awarded by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, Magnet designation first entered the health care scene in 1990 as a means of recognizing hospitals that offer excellent nursing care. Since then, only 258 of the nation’s 7,569 hospitals have received the honor, and only one in Maryland—The Johns Hopkins Hospital, which applied for and received the designation in 2003. This year, the Hospital’s Magnet status is up for review. Johns Hopkins Hospital Magnet Status Since 2003 Forces of Magnetism 1. Organizational Structure 2. Quality of Nursing Leadership 3. Quality of Care 4. Professional Models of Care 5. Professional Development Professional Models of Development

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