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Education: Specialized Training

Sharing the Cure

Sharing The Cure is a clinician training and telemedicine program implemented by the Johns Hopkins Viral Hepatitis Center. The program trains primary care clinicians to treat hepatitis C to help alleviate specialty provider workforce shortages.  The Director is Risha Irvin, MD, MPH.

Generation Tomorrow

Generation Tomorrow is a unique training and field experience for students and community-based health workers (also known as peers) in Baltimore. Launched in October 2013 by the Johns Hopkins Center for AIDS Research, the program is designed to increase awareness and detection of HIV and Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) infections in Baltimore.  By placing the next generation of health professionals in community-based settings to gain hands-on experience in HIV and HCV detection and prevention, the project aims to create culturally competent health professionals and an environment for improved case-detection.  The Director is Risha Irvin, MD, MPH.

Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation

While not a part of the Division of Infectious Diseases, many of our faculty, fellows, and staff have taken the opportunity to access the Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation to become more effective clinical scientists.

Institute for Excellence in Education

While not a part of the Division of Infectious Diseases, many of our faculty, fellows, and staff have taken the opportunity to access the Graduate Training Programs in Clinical Investigation to become more effective clinical scientists.