Despite a 2016 UN Resolution protecting health professionals from attacks and threats, modern anti-terror laws in many states are misused to cast healthcare as a form of support to the enemy, leaving providers vulnerable to prosecution.
WASHINGTON, DC—In mid-May, the US National Security Advisor assembled a team of top advisors to discuss the mysterious illness emerging in Germany and Venezuela, with hundreds of cases and dozens of deaths since mid-April. Patients, including US military members, were…
As a 9-year-old, the future co-founder and CEO of Last Mile Health escaped the the civil war that erupted in Liberia—but it would not be the last he’d see of the country.
The first Fungal Disease Awareness Week, sponsored by the US CDC, may not be big on festivities but it highlights an important issue.
The cholera vaccine’s effectiveness has long been debated due to variant study findings. To resolve the discrepancies, a team led by JHSPH researchers conducted an extensive literature review.
Ellen J. MacKenzie, an expert on improving trauma care systems and policy, has been named the 11th dean of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Michael J. Klag will step down as dean of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health on June 30. In a Q&A, he reflects on his 12-year tenure.
Health and Humanity: A History of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 1935-1985 by Karen Kruse Thomas chronicles the development of public health at Johns Hopkins, set in the context of mid-20th century public health education, research and policy…