Moving Us Closer To Osler
A Miller Coulson Academy of Clinical Excellence Initiative

How are you coping with the media storm?


“I trust in nature …” -Robert Browning, English poet (1812-1889)

Lifelong Learning in Clinical Excellence | March 27, 2020 | <1 min read


Mariah Robertson, MD, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Telemedicine from home sandwiched in between park breaks with my sweet boys. Sunshine and cherry blossoms and young children full of wonder keep my hope alive.

Madhu Singh, MD

Books, Netflix, walks, and yoga.

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Margot Kelly-Hendrick, Med Students, Johns Hopkins University

Planting seeds and watching them grow with joy! And lots of walks to enjoy spring flowers and dog-watching.

Yolonda Wilson, PhD, Durham, North Carolina

I’ve turned to plant care. It’s soothing.

Margaret Chisolm, MD, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Catching up on back seasons of @Outlander_STARZLOVE the “Outlander” books by @Writer_DG, so those are even better if you haven’t read them once (or twice)!

Shannon Scott-Vernaglia, Mass General

Regular @zoom_us meetings with my incredible residents. #Community while #SocialDistancing.

And looking for signs of spring on daily walks. My helleborus bring great joy!

David Kopacz, MD, University of Washington

Trying new recipes is fun, nourishing, and nurturing!

Dentist Flora Smyth Zahra, King's College, London

The birdsong, the blossom, and Norah Jones’ tribute to Chris Cornell “Black Hole Sun” on repeat. Late night Texas Hold’em with my son and my husband and of course my dogs!

Indu Partha, MD, University of Arizona, Tucson

The beauty of nature.

Mike Fingerhood, MD, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Gardening, reading, and exercising. Unfortunately, I still check the news too often.