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The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security works to protect people’s health from the consequences of epidemics and disasters. RTs not endorsement.
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Johns Hopkins University 8h
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safety tips for Election Day: 😷 Wear a mask ↔️ Keep 6 feet from others 👋 Don't shake hands 🤭 Cover your cough 🧼 Wash hands afterwards ⏲️ Minimize time indoors
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Jennifer Nuzzo, DrPH 8h
It's another nice day to vote.
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Tom Inglesby 7h
Taiwan now with 200 days of NO local transmission of COVID. How did they do it ? They acted with speed, effective leadership, mass testing, tracing, quarantines of contacts, ramped up own supply of PPE, and had help of geography.
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The Washington Post 7h
Watch: Three experts from Johns Hopkins University's epidemiology department weigh in on best practices for those who plan to travel this holiday season
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In a new commentary, authors describe the 10 strategies, under 3 overarching principles, that drive @’s vision for transforming its emergency care system in a post , pre-vaccine world. Read more:
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Establishing isolation hotels as alternate care sites was used to help address the pandemic surge in NYC. Authors describe how set up the program in a new commentary. Read:
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Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security 10h
The current United States system is not able to protect incarcerated individuals from . We need changes urgently to reduce the risk of transmission + provide standard of care. Read our evidence-based recommendations:
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Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Oct 29
It is important to reflect on how the pandemic has informed and will continue to evolve healthcare quality efforts. developed a framework around 4 key priorities for healthcare quality in the post- world. Read:
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Tara Kirk Sell Oct 29
Help stop the spread of misinformation! Be thoughtful about the information you consume and share. Connect and engage respectfully. Encourage verification and provide reliable sources. Talk about tactics used to draw people in.
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Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Oct 29
Apply to be a part of our first Health Security PhD cohort by 12/01:
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Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Oct 29
American investment in infectious disease response actually helped stop the spread of Covid-19 in Asia via
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BNO Newsroom Oct 28
Taiwan has reached 200 days without local cases of coronavirus, and its economy is one of the few to grow this year
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Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Oct 28
We can't wait to read your papers on ! Remember to submit to by Sat.
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Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Oct 28
During the surge, ’s clinicians faced increased need for palliative care. In a new commentary, authors share their experiences + insights into providing palliative care during a pandemic:
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Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Oct 28
poses a great threat to incarcerated individuals, staff members at detention facilities, + the broader US system. Read our new report w/ to learn more about how COVID19 has –and can continue to– spread in carceral settings:
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Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Oct 28
In many states, you can still vote early this week. Here are some tips to staying healthy while voting this year.
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Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Oct 28
"The rise of COVID will only stop when individuals and leaders take actions together to slow it down." Wear a mask, stay 6ft apart, avoid large gatherings, govts provide resources to support testing, tracing and quarantining.
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Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Oct 27
Symposium happening tomorrow, 11:30am - 3:30pm ET: Hear how the U.S.’s National Virtual Biotechnology Laboratory has been tackling the science & tech challenges associated with . Registration required:
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Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Oct 27
, social justice, and the 2020 Atlantic hurricane system, prompted to think through how it could respond, holistically transform, and recover stronger. Read commentary by , , & :
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Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security Oct 27
Are you applying to the ’s MPH program AND interested in health security? DYK that we’re offering up to 2 MPH scholarships for the 2021–2022 academic year? Learn how you can indicate your interest: .
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