The Johns Hopkins Adolescent Health Leadership Training Program

Funded by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau Leadership Education in Adolescent Health (LEAH) Program. 

Adolescent Health Program
 

JHU ADOLESCENT MEDICINE FELLOWSHIP

JOHNS HOPKINS LEAH PROGRAM 

SEMINARS & EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES.

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The Adolescent Health Program resides within the Division of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine and is located in the Rubenstein Child Health Building which is attached to and directly across the street from the new Charlotte R Bloomberg Children’s Hospital. 

Our role as clinical practitioners and leaders in adolescent health is to insure that adolescents and young adults reach their full potential as adults while suffering the fewest harms and having the most positive experiences as they pass through this critical period of growth and development.

Seminars are held at 200 N. Wolfe Street in the David Rubenstein Child Health Building on the 2nd Floor in the General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine Suite. To view the calendar for the 2012-2013 Academic Year, click the link below.
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OUR MISSION…

drThe mission of the JHU LEAH training program is to develop the next generation of leaders in interdisciplinary approaches to adolescent health promotion and disease prevention with a primary goal of reducing health disparities. MORE  
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