We Three Deans

We Three Deans

Photos by Will Kirk

Edward Miller
Edward D. Miller – "If I were going to focus on one thing, I'd train a corps of people to start to figure out how to take care of the elderly."
Martha N. Hill
Martha N. Hill – "What we see is an increasing need for skilled and competent nurses who can nurse the technology as well as the patient and family."
Michael J. Klag
Michael J. Klag – "Most people in this room think it's a right to have access to good quality health care, but others think it's a privilege."










In September, the deans of Johns Hopkins University’s health-related schools—Martha N. Hill, PhD, RN, FAAN, Dean of the School of Nursing; Michael J. Klag, MD, MPH, Dean of the Bloomberg School of Public Health; and Edward D. Miller, MD, Dean of the School of Medicine and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine—presented “We Three Deans,” a discussion of U.S. health care quality, access, efficiency, and outcomes.

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