The projector is on and the presentation is ready to go. Residents stream into the conference room. They’re ready to learn, but today’s noontime conference is special.
The student has become the teacher.
Nick Jabre, M.D., a pulmonology fellow at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, is leading the day’s discussion of pulmonary function testing.
At this time last year, Dr. Jabre was celebrating the end of his residency at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. He was a member of the inaugural graduating class and is the first one to come back to lead a noontime medical lecture for current residents.
The opening moments of the seminar feel more like a celebration than a lesson.
Smiles and laughter. Hugs. A round of applause.
A warm welcome home for not just a colleague, but a family member.
As the vaccine comes to the frontline workers, a world of possibilities begins to open up.
For Gavin, the hospital isn’t all about challenges and adversity. It’s about giving joy to others.
The holidays she has altered to care for kids are too many to count, but as she retires, she leaves much for patients and colleagues to be thankful.
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