On July 20, Johns Hopkins experts advocated for more access, inclusion for people with disabilities.
Wildfires & Air Quality
On June 12, Johns Hopkins University scholars discussed the harmful effects of smoke from the Canadian wildfires and how residents can protect themselves and prepare for next time.
Hopkins on the Hill
Legislators, congressional staffers, and government agency officials gathered June 7, 2023 to examine federally funded research at Johns Hopkins.
Prescription Drug Shortages
On June 2, a panel of experts from Johns Hopkins University discussed the current shortage in chemotherapy drugs, antibiotics, and other critical medicines—and how to overcome it.
Jointly hosted by the Bloomberg School of Public Health, the School of Nursing, the Carey Business School, and Johns Hopkins Medicine, the Health Policy Forum provides an opportunity for Johns Hopkins faculty, students, and operational experts to engage with policymakers and explore contemporary health policy approaches.View Health Policy Forum
The Johns Hopkins Congressional Briefing Series allows policymakers, their staff, and members of the public to gain up-to-the-minute insights and analysis from Johns Hopkins experts. Every other month, faculty experts provide timely briefings on policy topics with opportunity for real-time Q&A. The series is jointly organized by the Office of Federal Strategy and the Office of Interdisciplinary Initiatives.
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Play Video: Attaining Health Care For All
HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra delves into federal efforts to improve access to health care and mental health services as well as the importance of heeding public health advice during pandemics.
Play Video: Lessons in Leadership
Donna Shalala explores her decades at the forefront of higher education, health care and political leadership and the critical lessons she has learned along the way.
Play Video: Exploring Health Inequity
Chiquita Brooks-LaSure, administrator for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, explains how her agency attempts to anticipate all consequences of their work.