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One-Year Commemoration Video Gallery

 

March 2021 marks one year into the professional and deeply personal journey with the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the toll the pandemic has taken on everyone, the Johns Hopkins Medicine team has kept on going – with strength, resilience and hope.

Reflections in Strength, Resilience and Hope

March 2021 marks one year into the professional and deeply personal journey with the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the toll the pandemic has taken on everyone, the Johns Hopkins Medicine team has kept on going – with strength, resilience and hope.

Capturing Our Resilience in Poetry

Mia Scharper, a Johns Hopkins Medicine International employee, delivers “March,” a moving poem she wrote about employees’ resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic and their hope and healing moving forward.

Reflections in Strength, Resilience and Hope: The Medical ICU at Johns Hopkins Bayview

The staff of the medical intensive care unit at Johns Hopkins Bayview reflect on the lessons they’ve learned from an extraordinary year of caring for critically ill patients with COVID-19.

Reflections on the Pandemic: Nurse Jennifer Ford

One year after our response to the pandemic, a third-generation Johns Hopkins employee looks back on her time leading a team of nurses who have cared for the most critically ill patients with COVID-19 for nearly a year.

'We are Resilient': Liz Fox Shares Her Experience With COVID-19 One Year After Her Diagnosis

New York resident Liz Fox, one of the first people diagnosed with COVID-19 at a Johns Hopkins hospital, says she was ‘terrified’ when she was told she had the virus. An emotional Fox shares her gratitude for the care she received from nurses and doctors.

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