Chief Medical Officer Fosters A Caring Commitment To The Pediatric Practice“I love walking around the building and seeing the children receive treatment in the therapy areas and in the patient units. Getting to walk around and talk with everyone is fun, but it is a very important part of my responsibilities," says Dr. Richard Katz.
Baltimore Resource Officer Observes Constant Changes Through The YearsDuring his 20-year career, Officer Brock has observed a number of constant changes within the police force. Some of these changes include improvements in laws, procedures and technology.
Further Education Helps Baltimore Nurse Become Mental Health DirectorAt Sheppard Pratt Williams-Porter serves as a mediator and liaison for the staff. She works closely with different disciplines including attendants, service chiefs, nurses, mental health workers, social workers, rehabilitation staff and secretarial/clerical staff.
Higher Education Advances Career For A Former Baltimore Dispatcher“My education prepared me for this position by teaching me the fundamentals of criminal justice and forensics. It taught me skills that I use daily in the field," says Amy Seman.
Teaching Experience Earns Baltimore Entrepreneur Continued Success“Communication skills are very important, and having an education shows people that you are a hardworking, committed, persevering person. Respect is crucial. I run my business like a team. No one works for me; everyone works with me," says Guy Pritzker.
'Lean Transformation' Makes Huge Differences In Baltimore Health SystemThe objective behind lean transformation is to improve communication, collaboration and engagement of staff, while focusing on improving patient outcomes by reducing costs and implementing more effective methods.
Former Baltimore SWAT Leader Says Field Requires 'Self-Discipline'"The good SWAT guys are the ones who take care of business and are never heard from. It is for the mature person who takes responsibility for their actions and displays a great deal of self-discipline," says officer Dave Sweren.
Baltimore RN Discovers New Opportunities As She Builds PracticeAccording to the American Massage Therapy Association, not quite 30 percent of Americans had a massage in the last five years, and if we did, the massage therapist was most likely a female sole practitioner doing so part-time.
UMBC Professor Setting Example For The Next GenerationSTEM education -- short for science, technology, engineering and mathematics instruction -- has taken on new importance as recent reports show the U.S. slipping well behind other industrialized nations when it comes to producing qualified graduates in the STEM fields.
Amazon Hires More Than 2,500 EmployeesAmazon says it has hired more than double the amount of people it initially expected here in Baltimore.
Former Baltimore Nurse Gets Creative In Her Encore CareersAs baby boomers retire in record numbers from jobs many have held for decades, they are turning to second or what are often called ‘encore’ careers as work options.
For A Baltimore Mediator, It's All About Being 'Relational'Mediation is an alternative to costly litigation and is focused not only on brokering a resolution to the immediate conflict, but the current model, a more collaborative approach, hopes to lay the foundation for better relationships going forward.