Health Policy Forum

The Johns Hopkins Health Policy Forum is a quarterly series featuring conversations with leaders who address the most pressing challenges in the development or implementation of health policy.

The series is jointly hosted by the Bloomberg School of Public Health, the School of Nursing, the Carey Business School, and Johns Hopkins Medicine. The forum provides an opportunity for Johns Hopkins faculty, students, and operational experts to engage with policy makers and explore contemporary health policy approaches.

Upcoming event

A conversation with CDC Director Mandy Cohen

Wednesday, June 26 | 11 a.m.- Noon EDT

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Mandy Cohen and Sarah Szanton, dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, discuss how to redesign the U.S. health system to shift from a focus on costly sick care to a prevention-based system that promotes whole-person care and eliminates inequities. They will also discuss how to support Neighborhood Nursing and other nurse-driven models of care that reach people where they are, consider the social determinants of health, and focus on prevention, health equity, wellness, and person-centered care.

The conversation will be hosted in-person at the Hopkins Bloomberg Center and via livestream.

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