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Internet Explorer (IE) Will Go Away June 2022

 

Note:  IE will go away in June 2022 and will no longer be supported by Microsoft.
 
  • Fewer and fewer websites and web-based applications will work with it
  • Microsoft will no longer try to identify and fix security threats
  • More information here
    Microsoft is finally retiring Internet Explorer in 2022 - The Verge           

Films about Johns Hopkins Hospital

Hopkins 24/7 (ABC News, 2000) -- "Groundbreaking six-part... series filmed at Johns Hopkins Hospital... over a three-month period. The series graphically depicts modern medicine as practiced at the hospital... Each broadcast consists of a series of interwoven stories featuring staff and patients, their triumphs, tragedies and everyday routines."

Hopkins: inside one of America's top hospitals (2008) -- This sequel to "Hopkins 24/7" focuses on young physicians in training at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

 

 

Nurses (2002) -- This 5-part Discovery Channel series was filmed at JH Medical Center. 

Something the Lord Made (HBO, 2004) -- Filmed at Hopkins, this is the dramatic true story of Dr. Alfred Blalock (Alan Rickman) and African-American lab technician Vivien Thomas (Mos Def), who developed a procedure for performing heart surgery on "blue babies" in the 1940s.

A Hospital Never Sleeps (1952) - Originally broadcast in 1952, this is a film documenting what the Johns Hopkins Hospital ER was like.