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NEW FREE COURSE FOR JOURNALISTS

Responsible Reporting on Suicide

Suicide is a leading cause of death worldwide. Public health organizations have identified training journalists to responsibly report on the topic as a key priority for prevention. The Bloomberg School is pleased to launch a free, online course designed to give journalists the concrete tools they need to meet that goal.

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Our Academic Program Offerings

Our programs welcome those from within and outside the traditional boundaries of public health. Whether you're a future college graduate, a midcareer public health leader, or someone looking to make a career change, we have a program for you.

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Pursue a degree at the #1 school of public health in one of America's best cities. With 50+ museums, a bustling restaurant scene, gorgeous parks, and more, Baltimore is a great place to study and live.

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COVID-19 questions? We've got answers.

Our searchable COVID-19 Q&A database has a wealth of general information about coronaviruses, variants, prevention, immunity, and more.

Meet Our Faculty

Our faculty are world-renowned experts, and trusted advisers to our students, public health leaders, and the public.

Andres Vecino-Ortiz
Associate Scientist
International Health

Andres Vecino, MD, PhD '16, MSc, uses economics theory and methods to improve health systems in lower and middle-income countries with a focus on Latin America.

Keshia Pollack Porter
Professor
Health Policy and Management

Keshia Pollack Porter, PhD '06, MPH, uses research to advance policies that promote health equity, especially where people live, work, play, and travel.

Catherine Lesko
Assistant Professor
Epidemiology

Catherine Lesko, PhD '15, MPH, researches clinical outcomes for persons with HIV, particularly as they relate to mental health, alcohol use and substance use.

Martin Stephens
Senior Research Associate
Environmental Health and Engineering

Martin Stephens, PhD, promotes new methods of biomedical research and testing that are more relevant to human health than are traditional animal-based approaches.

Why Choose the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health?

#1

Ranked by U.S. News & World Report since 1994

1st

and Largest School of Public Health

1,800+

Courses Offered

80+

Research Centers and Institutes

27K+

Alumni Living in over 160 Countries

90+

Degree Programs

40

Certificate Programs

4:1

Student-to-Primary-Faculty Ratio

Progress and Purpose

 The midterm update of our 2019-2023 strategic plan describes accomplishments to date and identifies ongoing priorities.

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Our work is made possible in part by contributions from Bloomberg School donors.