Projects and Communications
You can learn about the Office of Public Health Practice & Training's recent projects and communication efforts by clicking on the links below.
- Measles Rises Again: The Science and Policy of a Preventable Outbreak - The Bloomberg School brought together world experts on measles, vaccine safety and vaccine acceptance for a symposium to discuss the re-emergence of the virus and how to reverse the outbreak. The webcast from the symposium can be viewed on the website.
- Cancer Cluster Investigations: A Case Study and Resources - The investigation of a potential cancer cluster can be a difficult, even traumatic experience for a community. The videos on this website document the challenges involved in an investigation and serve as a resource for others involved in potential cancer cluster investigations.
- 2013 Follow-up on Spring Valley Health Study - This work builds on the Johns Hopkins May 2007 Public Health Scoping Study datasets and findings (see report here). This project consists of three components: 1) Community Outreach; 2) Health Assessment; and 3) Environment and Exposure Analysis.
- Newsletter - spotlights and promotes public health practice happenings at the Bloomberg School.
- Public Health on the Inside Podcast - host Tom Burke, Professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, takes listeners to the frontlines of public health to meet interesting people working in the field.
Contact the Office of Public Health Practice & Training for more information.