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Media coverage of our faculty and their recent work and publications

How US States Would Allocate Ventilators in a Shortage Varies Widely

Albert Wu is quoted.
Reuters
June 22, 2020

'Still scared': Health workers feel the toll of virus fight

Albert Wu is quoted.
Associated Press
June 16, 2020

On the Front Lines

Albert Wu is quoted.
The Chronicle – Harvard-Westlake School
June 8, 2020

No one knows why these Covid-19 patients’ symptoms keep relapsing

Zackary Berger is quoted.
Vox
June 4, 2020

COVID-19 Pandemic Impact on Addiction

Caleb Alexander is interviewed.
C-SPAN's "Washington Journal"
May 30, 2020

Better training, reimbursement needed to sustain growing demand for home-based care amid COVID-19

Bruce Leff is mentioned.
Home Health Care News
May 6, 2020

Uneven Access & Privacy Issues Hamper Electronic Patient Healthcare Information Sharing

Albert Wu is quoted.
The Rheumatologist
May 5, 2020

Does COVID-19 discriminate? Experts discuss pandemic’s effect on minority groups

Zackary Berger is interviewed.
NBC Miami
May 1, 2020

Second Victim Syndrome and COVID-19

Albert Wu is mentioned for coining the term in 2000.
Emerging RN Leader
April 30, 2020

We Don’t Know How Many Louisiana Health Care Workers Are Dying From COVID-19

Tanjala Purnell is quoted.
WWNO (New Orleans Public Radio)
April 29, 2020

Providing Emotional Support to Healthcare Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Albert Wu is interviewed.
Patient Safety Movement
April 27, 2020

Dr. Albert Wu talks about RISE at Johns Hopkins 

Albert Wu is interviewed.
ABC 2 – WMAR Baltimore
April 27, 2020

Trump immigration order brings new debate

Zackary Berger is quoted.
Deseret News
April 23, 2020

Why self-care is important during COVID-19—especially for health care workers

Albert Wu is quoted.
Healthy Debate
April 22, 2020

Medical Workers’ Looming Mental-Health Crisis

Albert Wu and Elliott Haut are quoted.
New York Magazine
April 22, 2020

TraumaNet – Covid protection

Elliott Haut is featured.
WMAR-TV
April 21, 2020

Young Americans Are Still Catching Up From the Last Recession. Now They Face a New One.

Lauren Nicholas is quoted.
The Wall Street Journal
April 18, 2020

‘We Carry That Burden.’ Medical Workers Fighting COVID-19 Are Facing a Mental Health Crisis

Albert Wu is quoted.
TIME
April 10, 2020

Searching for an effective Covid-19 treatment: promise and peril

Caleb Alexander co-authored the op-ed.
STAT
April 10, 2020

Social safety net integral to good health, researchers find

Craig Pollack is quoted.
Modern Healthcare
April 6, 2020

Inside Europe’s coronavirus hotspots a new concern emerges: A PTSD crisis among medical workers

Albert Wu is quoted.
Fortune
April 5, 2020

Can Antimalarial Drugs Really Stop COVID-19? We Just Don’t Know Yet

Caleb Alexander is quoted.
FiveThirtyEight
March 30, 2020

Healthcare Workers Frustrated By ‘Limited Resources’ And Anxious About COVID-19’s Reach 

Albert Wu is featured.
WYPR 88.1
March 20, 2020

Schools close to contain coronavirus. Will it work? Depends on what we do with our kids. 

The Op-Ed was co-written by Craig Pollack.
USA Today
March 16, 2020

America's addiction treatment misses the mark

Caleb Alexander is quoted.
Axios
February 25, 2020

People Often Skip Neurological Meds When Out-Of-Pocket

Albert Wu is quoted.
The New York Times
February 19, 2020

Unregulated sales of insulin common on Craiglist

Albert Wu is quoted.
Reuters
February 17, 2020

2020’s Healthiest & Unhealthiest Cities in America

Albert Wu is quoted.
Patch
February 10, 2020

‘Dr. Checklist’ Peter Pronovost gets chance to transform University Hospitals

Albert Wu is quoted.
Cleveland.com
February 9, 2020

Many in U.S. worry about affording healthcare in retirement

Albert Wu is quoted.
Reuters
February 7, 2020

Texas judges increasingly block minors seeking abortion without parental consent

Albert Wu is quoted.
Reuters
January 22, 2020

FDA approval may not be as rigorous as it once was

Albert Wu is quoted.
Reuters
January 14, 2020

Compassion isn’t enough for family caregivers. They need training too

The study led by Jennifer Wolff is quoted.
Forbes
January 14, 2020

Rural seniors sent to aftercare have higher mortality than urban peers

Daniel Brotman is quoted.
Reuters
January 8, 2020

More than a third of U.S. healthcare costs go to bureaucracy

Albert Wu is quoted.
Reuters
January 6, 2020

Vaping Industry offers academic scholarships to high school kids

Albert Wu is quoted.
Reuters
January 2, 2020

Maryland prescription drug board sets first meeting

Joseph Levy was appointed to the board.
The Baltimore Sun
January 1, 2020

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