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Study demonstrates African women’s long-term use and adherence to ART

Study demonstrates African women’s long-term use and adherence to ART

A study demonstrated that African women with HIV used ART for years and maintained high adherence, benefiting both themselves and their children.Taha E. Taha is quoted at Healio.

HPC Scientific Core Kicks off Its First Short Course

HPC Scientific Core Kicks off Its First Short Course

The course “Basics of Accelerometry Data Analysis” online or in-person at the HPC Conference room, 12:-00-1:00 pm 5/6/2022, will be taught by Dr. Wenxuan Huang (HPC Assistant Research Scientist). This […]

New measurement suggests U.S. undercounts people in poverty 

New measurement suggests U.S. undercounts people in poverty 

Krieger School economist Robert Moffitt developed a new household spending-based measurement leading to new findings (JHU HUB).

HPC Call for Pilot Project Proposals 2022-2023

The Hopkins Population Center (HPC) invites Faculty Associates to submit pilot proposals for the 2022-2023 project year. HPC will fund two proposals in the period. Read the RFA https://popcenter.jhu.edu/files/2022/03/HPC_pilot_RFA_22_23.pdf

HPC Data Hub Phase-5 Release

The Phase-5 data updates the Phase-4 data, adds key variables such as vaccination by age and race-ethnic groups and state policy on mask mandate, as well as separates state-level data […]

The HPC COVID-19 Recovery Pilot RFA

https://popcenter.jhu.edu/files/2022/02/HPC-COVID-Recovery-Pilot-RFA.pdf

Johns Hopkins Launches Free Course To Train ‘Ambassadors’ For Children’s COVID-19 Vaccine

Johns Hopkins Launches Free Course To Train ‘Ambassadors’ For Children’s COVID-19 Vaccine

The course includes video explainers and lessons on how to engage in constructive conversations using reliable sources of information about the vaccines.Sara Johnson is quoted WJZ . 

Surveillance, screening, and self-testing can help us manage COVID in the long term [Opinion]

Surveillance, screening, and self-testing can help us manage COVID in the long term [Opinion]

Effective management requires prevention of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths, but also restoring stability to everyday life.Liz Stuart coauthored the piece at The Boston Globe.

Omicron surge putting strain on schools to stay open, experts say

Omicron surge putting strain on schools to stay open, experts say

This school year — the third since the pandemic began — has presented its own promise and challenges, from vaccines being available to millions of students, to new “test-to-stay” protocols […]

Stuck inside because of the omicron variant? Here are creative ways to stay safe and sane.

Stuck inside because of the omicron variant? Here are creative ways to stay safe and sane.

The omicron variant of the coronavirus has rapidly spread across the United States, upending holiday plans for some of the pandemic-weary and driving people to testing sites — and for […]