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Community Webinars

  Johns Hopkins Medicine in the Greater Washington area is pleased to offer free online webinars to address some of our community’s most pressing health concerns. Throughout the year we will feature experts who present the latest information on a variety of health topics to help us navigate the times we live in, including:

  • Information to help navigate our new post-COVID-19 realities
  • Strategies for knowing your rights as it pertains to health and health information
  • Ways to stay mentally healthy and strong during difficult times

You have two ways to participate. Each online webinar will be offered live, with a replay made available on this page. Internet connection is required.

Chasing Cancer - Disparities in Cancer Treatment

Chasing Cancer

A discussion on in cancer treatments. Panelists also addressed:

  • Challenges facing healthcare workers during the pandemic
  • Differences in care faced by older adults
  • Barriers to providing optimal care and what can be done to address the issue



Meditation and Mindfulness for Beginners

Mindfulness meditation is the practice of being present with one's life. It fosters

  • Authentic communication
  • A greater sense of personal and group dignity
  • Discipline, warmth, clarity, and motivation


Know Your Rights

Know Your Rights

Experts discuss key legal issues emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic, including:

  • Wills, advance directives and powers of attorney
  • Eviction/foreclosure protections and payment plans
  • Health insurance questions— and how to get help

Spanish Version


Mental & Emotional Wellbeing

Mental and Emotional Wellbeing in the Time of COVID-19

Hear an update on COVID-19 in DC and learn:

  • How to deal with depression and isolation
  • Self-care tips for well-being




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Caring for Mind and Body During COVID-19

A conversation on dealing with: 

  • Depression
  • Isolation
  • Grief, anxiety and the new normal