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Dome provides comprehensive coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.
Dome provides comprehensive coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Chesney Archives invites all faculty and staff members, students and volunteers throughout the institution to submit their COVID-19 stories.
The COVID-19 Pandemic Anchor Strategy Work Group is fighting the disease's disproportionate harm to already disadvantaged communities.
The vice president for economic development for Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Health System works to make sure underserved communities have access to food, testing and medical information during the COVID crisis.
Health care leaders from Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center host a twice-weekly conference call designed to debunk rumors, deliver reliable information and discuss resources available to underserved Baltimoreans.
Sibley Memorial Hospital donated 46,000 cloth masks to residents and organizations in Washington, D.C.
Catherine Wren was redeployed from a study on improving the health of people with serious mental illness to studies on COVID-19 at Johns Hopkins’ first field-based clinical research site.
The database is helping bring equity considerations into the conversation about how to reopen schools.
The masks are 100% cotton and washable and will help slow the spread of COVID-19 among vulnerable communities
Students and trainees are starting an academic year for the history books, one with challenges galore but opportunities as well.
This year, flu vaccinations are required for virtually everyone in the health system and school of medicine.
“Prediction model” can help hospitals forecast which patients’ conditions are likely to worsen.
Former Osler assistant chiefs of service and a former intern share their experiences on how they adapted to the pandemic’s “chaos” and “uncertainty.”
Johns Hopkins Medicine, together with 100 of the nation’s other top health care systems have come together with an urgent plea for all Americans — #MaskUp.
“I went into it feeling strong and confident that we would get through it soon,” says Christelle Asu, who has been caring for patients with COVID-19 since March.
As a writer and editor for the Johns Hopkins Health System, I am confident that we will be safe. However, I am uncertain about what lies ahead.
Eligible faculty and staff who’ve chosen to be vaccinated against COVID-19 began receiving doses last week. The first vaccinations were administered Dec. 16 at Sibley Memorial Hospital and The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Begun in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, a weekly teleconference of Baltimore nonprofit leaders helps organizations share information and resources.
Johns Hopkins responded to a global health crisis by treating patients, protecting staff members, marshaling its vast research apparatus and supporting its communities.
Timeline of a year defined by COVID-19.
Public health measures in place to reduce COVID-19 transmission have helped keep nationwide flu cases extremely low.
A new algorithm created by Johns Hopkins scientists predicts which COVID-19 patients will become gravely ill.
Vaccine equity teams at Johns Hopkins Medicine are concentrating their efforts on people who are hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
After 15 months of battling the COVID-19 pandemic, front-line workers discuss the phrase ‘health care heroes’ — and if they ever felt like heroes — as they continue to care for sick patients.
Johns Hopkins clinical microbiologists Karen Carroll, M.D., and Heba Mostafa, Ph.D., M.B.B.Ch., have developed an in-house coronavirus screening test that may soon allow the health system to test as many as 1,000 people per day.
As India recovers from its second wave of COVID-19, Johns Hopkins faculty members, staff members and medical students are helping to secure critical supplies, translate information and solicit donations.
A physician and a state senator, Clarence Lam helped shape pandemic response at Johns Hopkins and across Maryland. He led Johns Hopkins’ efforts to test and, later, vaccinate thousands of employees. As a member of the Maryland Senate, he also helped create the state’s policies and approach to the coronavirus.
Rooted in a culture that embraces connection to others, Flor Giusti nurtures parents to become self-reliant.
Joy Curbean-Johnson hesitated for months before getting vaccinated despite a dangerous bout with the infection. Now she’s encouraging other Johns Hopkins employees to get vaccinated.
Braving summer heat and misinformation, the Johns Hopkins mobile vaccination team has immunized thousands of Marylanders against COVID-19.
During the pandemic, telemedicine emerged as a vital resource for patients and caregivers to maintain connections.
Soldiers boost operations and staff morale.
Engineers, carpenters, painters and other facilities workers throughout the Johns Hopkins Health System have been working at a frenetic pace to prepare Johns Hopkins hospitals for COVID-19 patients.
Johns Hopkins faculty members, staff, and medical students are using their expertise with infectious disease and prevention to treat patients infected with COVID to help lessen the spread of COVID-19.
Johns Hopkins nephrologists develop a method to make dialysis fluid for intensive care dialysis during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the days before COVID-19 infections are expected to peak in Maryland and across the country, government and public health officials are working to prepare for a wave of patients.
Johns Hopkins Medicine and the University of Maryland Medical System are offering antibody therapies to help prevent patients with mild to moderate COVID-19 symptoms from progressing to more serious illness.
Johns Hopkins doctors and nurses work with staff at Ellicott City nursing homes to manage COVID-19.
Johns Hopkins Health System employees receive mental, emotional and spiritual support as they cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Johns Hopkins Home-Based Medicine uses new strategies to deliver primary care to patients age 65 and older.
Doctors are noticing a pattern in the road to recovery for many patients.
Johns Hopkins Lifeline transport team recently surpassed a significant patient and staff safety milestone.
The Lifeline Special Operations Response Team (SORT) transports patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New mothers face unexpected challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Johns Hopkins staff members help patients and family stay in touch during the coronavirus pandemic.
Doctors use telemedicine and other care options to support patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Johns Hopkins Health System has greatly expanded its telemedicine capabilities in order to protect patients and staff members from the new coronavirus.
Johns Hopkins Medicine is now leading an initiative to provide COVID-19 testing to hard-hit areas of Baltimore.
Johns Hopkins Medicine has a long history to responding to health crises.
During coronavirus pandemic, Johns Hopkins addiction treatment facilities continue to provide the best care they can, whether virtual or face-to-face
As the new coronavirus was becoming a global pandemic, researchers at Johns Hopkins began working on a vaccine.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, health care organizations like Johns Hopkins Medicine can help dispel the myths, rumors and misinformation about this disease.
As the number of patients with COVID-19 began to rise at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, charge and resource nurses help educate units on how best to turn over and monitor patients on ventilators.