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A father's wish, a bioethicist's dilemma
Published Fall 2022
A JHU faculty member recounts the agonizing decision he had to make for a parent unable to communicate with the world / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Q+A
What is 'quiet quitting'?
Published Sept 12, 2022
Rick Smith of the Carey Business School talks about what this TikTok buzzword really means for workers and workplaces
COVID-19 Vaccines
What you need to know about bivalent boosters for COVID-19
Published Sept 1, 2022
New booster shots designed to target the omicron variant and its subvariants, and the original strain of SARS-CoV-2, could become available in the U.S. in the coming weeks
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A broken pipeline: The issues contributing to the U.S. teacher shortage
Published Aug 15, 2022
Ahead of an Aug. 18 panel discussion, Christopher Morphew, dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Education, discusses the challenges American teachers face and strategies and solutions for the profession
Endemic COVID
What does the new CDC guidance tell us about the COVID-19 pandemic?
Published Aug 15, 2022
Johns Hopkins epidemiologist David Dowdy says the guidance update brings the CDC in line with the habits of Americans and suggests we're closer to a new, endemic phase of COVID-19
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How concerned do we need to be about monkeypox?
Published Aug 5, 2022
Johns Hopkins experts weigh in on whether the U.S. is ready for the possibility of twin pandemics
Q+A
What is Turkey's long game?
Published Aug 4, 2022
Turkey continues to hint at blocking NATO expansion and walks a middle ground on the war in Ukraine. SAIS Turkey expert Lisel Hintz discusses what the enigmatic nation might be up to.
Voices
AI is imperfect. It can still improve our lives.
Published July 29, 2022
A panel of experts discussed the future of AI in technology and health care, as well as ethical concerns about the technology, during Johns Hopkins Congressional Briefing Series
Voices
Savings, business reopenings are key to preventing a severe recession
Published July 29, 2022
While the U.S. economy teeters on the edge of a recession, key factors of consumer spending and saving are promising buffers for severe outcomes, according to economist Alessandro Rebucci
Essay
A father's wish, a bioethicist's dilemma
Published July 25, 2022
A JHU faculty member recounts the agonizing decision he had to make for a parent unable to communicate with the world
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