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A Conversation with Zeke Cohen: Academics, Activism and Improving Baltimore
“There has never been a more important time for students in public policy,” Zeke told his audience at a public seminar sponsored by the School’s Institute for Health and Social Policy. “As policy scholars, you are on the front line of defending the ideals of the people most in need.” To learn more, click here.
Meet the Change Makers of the First Cohort of Hopkins and Tsinghua DrPH Collaboration
Chinese students in the first cohort of the Health Policy and Management DrPH program have big aspirations. Earning an advanced degree isn’t enough—they want to enact nationwide health care reform in their country. To learn more, click here.
Helping Clinicians Through Traumatic Events Also Helps the Bottom Line, Cost-Benefit Analysis Shows
A peer-support program launched six years ago at Johns Hopkins Medicine to help doctors and nurses recover after traumatic patient-care events such as a patient’s death probably saves the institution close to $2 million annually, according to a recent cost-benefit analysis. To learn more, click here.
Former White House Drug Czar To Join Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School
Michael Botticelli, MEd, former White House Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, will join the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health as its Distinguished Policy Scholar beginning in June. To learn more, click here.
Don’t Be Distracted: The Real Issues in Autism Are Threats to Funding, Services
Researchers argue that renewed debate about debunked science is diverting attention from real risks to crucial care and services. To learn more, click here.
More Transparency at FDA Needed, Researchers Say
Writing in JAMA, group outlines recommendations for release of regulatory information, analysis and study data. To learn more, click here.
Federal Equity Law Has Increased Use of Services for Autism Without Raising Out-of-Pocket Costs
Despite modest gains, more could be done to ensure appropriate care for children with autism spectrum disorder. To learn more, click here.
More With Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorders Have Health Insurance
Since implementation of Affordable Care Act in 2014, more in vulnerable populations covered, but many still not accessing health care. To learn more, click here.
Majority of Opioid Medications Not Safely Stored in Homes With Children, Survey Finds
Reported rates of safe storage especially low in homes with older children and teens. To learn more, click here.
Patients Face ‘Surprise’ Medical Bills From Out-of-Network Specialists
Anesthesiologists charge almost six times what Medicare pays for the same service. To learn more, click here.
Ignition Interlock Laws Reduce Alcohol-Involved Fatal Crashes
State laws requiring ignition interlocks for all drunk driving offenders appear to reduce the number of fatal drunk driving crashes, a new study by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Colorado School of Public Health researchers suggests. To learn more, click here.
Fewer See E-Cigarettes as Less Harmful Than Cigarettes
The perception that e-cigarettes are less harmful than regular cigarettes fell between 2012 and 2014, a sign that fewer people see them as a safe alternative to smoking tobacco, a new study led by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health suggests. To learn more, click here.
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