Faculty in the News

WYPR | April 26, 2022
How the pandemic accelerated nurse burnout
Cynda Rushton was interviewed

Los Angeles Times | April 1, 2022
How many COVID deaths are ‘acceptable’? Answer is key to moving to a post-pandemic world
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

MedPage Today | March 23, 2022
The Play’s the Thing for Nurses Coping With Pandemic’s Sting
Cynda Rushton was quoted

The New York Times | March 16, 2022
Confronting Grief, With Margaret Atwood, in ‘The Nurse Antigone
Cynda Rushton was quoted

Mindful | March 11, 2022
Can a Greek Tragedy Help Nurses Heal From the Stress of the Pandemic?
Cynda Rushton was quoted

American Journal of Nursing | March 2022
‘How Can Acute Care Recover from the Pandemic?’
Cynda Rushton was quoted

Foreign Affairs February 22, 2022
When Will the Pandemic End?
Ruth Faden is quoted

National Geographic February 8, 2021
Should you get the COVID-19 vaccine while pregnant? Here’s what experts say.
Ruth Faden is quoted

Stat NewsJanuary 21, 2022
It’s staff, not stuff: Applying crisis standards of care to allocating health care workers
Cynda Rushton co-authored the commentary

cliffs and fences podcastJanuary 17, 2022
Ethical Considerations of Vaccinating Children Against COVID-19 with Rachel Gur-Arie, Ph.D., MS
Rachel Gur-Arie was the guest

The 19th News | January 14, 2022
When kids under 5 get COVID-19, parents are screwed
Ruth Faden was quoted

NPR | January 14, 2022
Omicron and the continuing inequity of coronavirus care
Zackary Berger is quoted

Philosopher’s Magazine | December 25, 2021
How Should Governments Make COVID-19 Policy?
Anne Barnhill and Travis Rieder co-authored the piece

Bloomberg Equality | December 23, 2021
Omicron Brings New Risks to Unvaccinated Pregnant Women
Ruth Faden is quoted

New York Times | December 21, 2021
Omicron and Holiday Travel: How to Strategize
Jeffrey Kahn is quoted

WYPR-FM’s “On the Record” | December 20, 2021
Why global vaccine access is still faltering; CRS in Afghanistan
Ruth Faden is interviewed

Advisory Board | December 9, 2021
It’s not just ‘burnout’: Your workforce is facing moral exhaustion
Cynda Rushton is the subject of the Q&A

WebMD | December 7, 2021
Patients Can Experience Burnout Too
Mark Hughes is quoted

VeryWell Health | December 3, 2021
CDC: Risk of Stillbirth Is Higher Among Pregnant People With COVID-19
Ruth Faden is quoted

Baltimore Fishbowl | November 23, 2021
Johns Hopkins tracker finds widespread variation in COVID-19 policies in U.S. Schools
Megan Collins was quoted

The Washington Post | November 18, 2021
The Ethics of Twisting Unvaccinated Arms in Europe
Nancy Kass was interviewed

WBUR-FM | November 15, 2021
Scientists are learning more about the lingering symptoms of COVID-19
Zackary Berger was interviewed

Associated Press | November 9, 2021
Despite Reopening, the U.S. Is Still Closed to Many in World
Nancy Kass was quoted

State of Reform | November 8, 2021
Kids and the Covid Vaccine
Maggie Moon was the subject for a Q & A

The Hill | October 28, 2021
Small employers also need the vaccine mandate
Ruth Faden and Nancy Kass authored the commentary

MedPage Daily | October 18, 2021
More Race Data Needed on Covid Vaccination and Testing, Researchers Say
With comments from Kadija Ferryman

Daily Item | October 26, 2021
Philosopher: Debate over Covid requirements not solely political
Anne Barnhill was featured

New York Times | October 14, 2021
Britain Infected Volunteers with the Coronavirus. Why Won’t the U.S.?
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

New York Times | October 12, 2021
Past Pandemics Remind Us Covid Will Be an Era, Not a Crisis that Fades
Jeremy Greene was quoted

WYPR-FM | Midday
The volatile ethics of COVID vaccine and mask mandates
Jeffrey Kahn was the featured guest

STAT | September 23, 2021
Advisory committee recommends wide swath of Americans be offered COVID-19 vaccine boosters
Ruth Faden was quoted

JHU Hub | September 15, 2021
Are Boosters a Bioethical Bust?
Ruth Faden was the subject of a Q&A

The New York Times | September 14, 2021
The Global Vaccine Drive Is Failing. Can It Be Saved?
Ruth Faden was quoted

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation | September 12, 2021
When will international air travel soar again after COVID-19?
Joe Ali was quoted

STAT | September 11, 2021
The ethics of pausing a vaccine trial in the midst of a pandemic
Ruth Faden was the subject of a Q& A

Time Magazine | September 10, 2021
Could we have avoided the Covid-19 health care rationing crisis?
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2021
Pandemic reveals the limits of civil liberties
Nancy Kass was quoted

MSNBC | August 20, 2021
Covid booster shots are coming – and the world isn’t happy
Ruth Faden was quoted

New York Times | August 18, 2021
The Truth About Long Covid Is Complicated. Better Treatment Isn’t
Zackary Berger co-authored the commentary

Axios | August 18, 2021
The ethics of vaccine booster shots
Ruth Faden was quoted

Washington Post | August 9, 2021
Is you doctor, dentist or hairstylist vaccinated? Tips for how to ask – and avoid awkwardness
Ruth Faden was quoted

Chicago Tribune | August 4, 2021
Is it ethical to offer prize money to people who waited to get vaccinated?
Jeffrey Kahn is quoted

NBC News | August 3, 2021
Covid pandemic linked to increased nearsightedness in kids
Megan Collins is quoted

The Guardian | August 1, 2021
American mulls vaccine mandates – will they work?
Ruth Faden was quoted

Denver Post | July 24, 2021
Colorado has 2 months to use 350,000 doses of stockpiled vaccine before they expire
Ruth Faden was quoted

The Times of India | June 29
With nod for vaccine in pregnancy, crores of families will breathe easy
The COMIT tracker is cited

JHU Hub | June 28
Global policies on COVID-19 vaccination in pregnancy vary widely by country according to new online tracker
Ruth Faden is quoted

The New York Times | June 22
How to Have the Hard Vaccination Conversations
Ruth Faden is quoted

WYPR-FM | June 21
Midday On Ethics: The Challenge of Vaccination Authentication
In conversation with Jeffrey Kahn

The New York Times | June 17
Could the U.S. Have Saved More Lives? 5 Alternate Scenarios for the Vaccine Rollout
Ruth Faden is quoted

Global Citizen | June 10
The US Will Donate 500 Million Pfizer Vaccine Doses to the World. What Else Can Biden Do to Help End COVID-19?
Ruth Faden is quoted

The Atlantic |June 8, 2021
On Top of Everything Else, the Pandemic Messed with Our Morals
Cynda Hylton Rushton is quoted

The Commonwealth Fund: The Dose | June 4
“It’s Really, Truly Everywhere”: How the Opioid Crisis Worsened with COVID-19
Brendan Saloner is quoted

The Wall Street Journal | June 1
The Pandemic Made KidsEyesight Worse, Doctors Say
Megan Collins is quoted

Good Morning America | June 1, 2021
COVID-19 vaccines safe and effective for pregnant people, NIH director says
Ruth Faden was quoted

The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2021
Should employers make vaccination mandatory?
Ruth Faden and Nancy Kass authored the commentary

National Geographic | May 25, 2021
Can teens get vaccinated if their parents object?
Ruth Faden was quoted

The Hill | May 25, 2021
Jails shrunk during the pandemic – here’s how to keep them small
Brendan Saloner authored the commentary

CNN | May 23, 2021
How feasible is it for businesses to require proof of vaccination? Experts are split
Nancy Kass was quoted

Vox | May 20, 2021
Why Covax, the fund to vaccinate the world, is struggling
Ruth Faden was quoted

The Conversation | April 20, 2021
There are plenty of moral reasons to be vaccinated – but that doesn’t mean it’s your ethical duty
Travis Rieder authored the commentary

CNBC | April 14, 2021
Panicked patients call doctors as Covid vaccine hesitancy rises with J&J blood clot issue
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

Philadelphia Inquirer | April 14, 2021
Scrambled plans, delays, and new fears accompany J&J COVID-19 vaccination pause
Ruth Faden was quoted

The Hub | April 14, 2021
Ending the pandemic and combating vaccine resistance: Modern questions with a long history
Jeremy Greene was a featured guest

Baltimore Sun | April 13, 2021
Maryland pauses use of Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine as CDC, FDA study six reports of blood clots
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

Voice of America | April 13, 2021
US Pauses Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Over Rare Blood Clots
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

Education Week | April 9, 2021
Absenteeism Is the Wrong Student Engagement Metric to Use Right Now
Ruth Faden co-authored the commentary

Scripps TV | April 8, 2021
Johns Hopkins creates online site to track school reopening decisions
Megan Collins was quoted

NPR | April 6, 2021
Do We Need Vaccine Passports?
Nancy Kass was a featured guest

Cleveland Plain-Dealer | April 3, 2021
Coronavirus vaccine passports beg the question who should know whether you’ve gotten the shot
Nancy Kass was quoted

NPR | March 26, 2021
Why Pandemics Give Birth to Hate; From Bubonic Plague to COVID-19
Nancy Kass was quoted

NPR | March 24, 2021
Where Does the United States Fit Into the Global Vaccination Effort?
Ruth Faden was a featured guest

New York Times | March 19, 2021
Europe’s Vaccine Ethics Call: Do No Harm and Let More Die?
Ruth Faden was quoted

Livestrong.com | March 17, 2021
Should You Wait to Get the Covid Vaccine if You Think Other People Need it More?
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

MarketWatch | March 15, 2021
Am I a jerk for getting a COVID-19 vaccine if I feel healthy and work from home?
Ruth Faden was quoted

TheLily.com | March 15, 2021
Vaccine guilt is real. Here’s what experts say about it
Ruth Faden was quoted

MSNBC | March 12, 2021
Life after Lockdown: Experts Answer Questions on Pregnancy and Parenting During the Pandemic
Ruth Faden was a featured guest

WFMJ-TV | March 11, 2021
Frontline COVID-19 nurses reflect on pandemic’s impact
Cynda Rushton was interviewed

The Atlantic | March 11, 2021
People Are Keeping Their Vaccines Secret
Ruth Faden was quoted

BBC News | March 10, 2021
Covid: The man with ‘super antibodies’
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

Devex “Inside Development” | March 10, 2021
Middle-income countries are caught in a COVID-19 financing gap
Ruth Faden was quoted

Wired | March 9, 2021
The Pandemic Can’t End While Wealthy Nations Hoard Shots
Ruth Faden was quoted

WBUR-FM  “On Point” | March 9, 2021
Vaccine Passports: Public Health Tool or Invasion of Civil Liberties?
Ruth Faden was a featured guest

WBAL-TV | March 7, 2021
JHU Introduces New Tool to Track Data about Vaccines and School Openings
Megan Collins was the featured guest

Washington Post | March 6, 2021
Your employer can ask whether you’ve received the coronavirus vaccine – and even require it
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

STAT News “First Opinion” | March 6, 2021
Using the new Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine to create equity and trust
Ruth Faden co-authored the commentary

Fox News | March 5, 2021
Teacher vaccinations go untracked amid school reopening push
Megan Collins was quoted

CBS News | March 3, 2021
Should you get a coronavirus vaccine if you’re pregnant? Experts say medical trials need to change
Ruth Faden was quoted

The Telegraph (U.K.) | March 3, 2021
India and Mexico emerge as hotspots for attacks on Covid health workers
Len Rubenstein was quoted

The Baltimore Sun | March 2, 2021
Lack of eligibility check at Maryland’s mass COVID vaccination sites is a ‘double-edged sword,’ experts say
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

USA Today | February 24, 2021
COVID-19 exposure warnings for iPhone, Android phones: Apps still await widespread adoption
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

Associated Press | February 24, 2021
Health network allowed employees’ kin to skip vaccine line
Nancy Kass was quoted

NPR | February 22, 2021
The Line for the Shot: The Ethics of COVID-19 Vaccination
Nancy Kass was quoted

The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2021
Kids already know ‘stop, drop and roll’ for fire emergencies; it’s time to teach ‘stop, wash and mask on’ for COVID-19
Megan Collins co-authored the commentary

The Atlantic | February 19, 2021
A Quite Possibly Wonderful Summer
Ruth Faden was quoted

VICE | February 18, 2021
Pain and Isolation Are Driving America’s Lockdown Overdose Surge
Travis Rieder was quoted

Politico | February 11, 2021
The science of school reopenings
Megan Collins is quoted

Marketwatch | February 11, 2021
Some hospitals are giving wealthy donors early COVID-19 vaccinations
Joseph Carrese is quoted

Washington Post | February 8, 2021
The best vaccination strategy is simple: Focus on Americans 65 and older
Ruth Faden co-authored the commentary

Wall Street Journal | February 6, 2021
With Covid-19 Vaccine Waiting Lists in the Millions, Some Skip the Line
Ruth Faden was quoted

NPR | February 6, 2021
Is It Ever OK to Jump Ahead in the Vaccine Line?
Ruth Faden was interviewed

National Geographic | February 5, 2021
Should you get the COVID-19 vaccine while you’re pregnant
Ruth Faden was quoted

Deutsche Welle | February 5, 2021
COVID-19 vaccines as ‘biological warfare’ in Middle East?
Leonard Rubenstein was quoted

Wall Street Journal | February 1, 2021
Covid-19 Vaccines Leave Pregnant Women in a Quandry
Ruth Faden was referenced

NPR’s “All Things Considered” | January 30, 2021
How States Are Prioritizing Limited Vaccine Supplies
Ruth Faden was the featured guest

New York Times | January 28, 2021
Pregnant Women Get Conflicting Advice on Covid-19 Vaccines
Carleigh Krubiner was quoted

Yahoo! News | January 27, 2021
Protections in place to stop the rich from cutting the vaccine line
Ruth Faden was interviewed

JHU Hub | January 25, 2021
Government leaders should not skip to the front of the COVID-19 vaccine line
Jeffrey Kahn and Mark Hughes were quoted

The Times (Beaver County) | January 24, 2021
The ethics of COVID-19 vaccinations – who gets it and when
Ruth Faden was quoted

New York Magazine | January 22, 2021
Amid a disastrous vaccine rollout, is it wrong to take advantage of technicalities and glitches?
Ruth Faden was quoted

“Good Morning America” | January 19, 2021
I’m pregnant and a doctor: This is why I got the COVID-19 vaccine
Ruth Faden was quoted

Los Angeles Times | January 15, 2021
Some workers don’t want a COVID-19 vaccine. Can their bosses make them get it anyway?
Ruth Faden was quoted

NPR | January 15, 2021
COVID-19 Supply Deal Lets Vaccine Maker Earmark Doses for Employees and Their Families
Ruth Faden was quoted

The Baltimore Sun | January 15, 2021
Maryland expands vaccine eligibility even as vaccines remain in short supply
Ruth Faden was quoted

New York Times | January 14, 2021
Johnson & Johnson Expects Vaccine Results Soon but Lags in Production
Ruth Faden was quoted

Inside Higher Ed | January 13, 2021
Higher Ed Workers Get in the COVID Vaccine Line
Ruth Faden was quoted

Medscape | January 12, 2021
Should People Be Paid to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine?
Nancy Kass was quoted

The Huffington Post | January 11, 2021
Experts Predict What School Will Look Like Next Fall
Megan Collins was quoted

The New York Times | January 10, 2020
At Elite Medical Centers, Even Workers Who Don’t Qualify Are Vaccinated
Ruth Faden was quoted

JHU Hub | January 6, 2021
Fighting food insecurity during a global pandemic
Jessica Fanzo was featured

The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2021
A blue ribbon commission is needed to chart a path to reopening for schools
Megan Collins and Ruth Faden co-authored a commentary

The Washington Post | January 1, 2021
Pregnant women agonize over whether to get coronavirus vaccine
Ruth Faden was quoted

The Baltimore Sun | December 31, 2020
More babies could be delivered at home
Marielle Gross co-authored the commentary

New York Times | December 22, 2020
I’m a Pregnant Doctor. Should I Get the Covid Vaccine?
Ruth Faden was quoted

BBC | December 21, 2020
Will pregnant women receive the vaccine? It depends
Ruth Faden was quoted

NPR’s “All Things Considered” | December 20, 2020
The Ethics of Who Gets the COVID Vaccine and When
Ruth Faden was the featured guest

Wall Street Journal | December 18, 2020
Teachers Vie for COVID-19 Vaccine Priority
Ruth Faden was quoted

Washington Post | December 17, 2020
Debunked COVID-19 myths survive online, despite facts
Nancy Kass was quoted

Vox | December 15, 2020
How scarce will coronavirus vaccine be in the US?
Ruth Faden was quoted

Yahoo! News | December 15, 2020
Can the rich and famous skip the line and get vaccinated first?
Ruth Faden was the featured guest

New York Magazine | December 14, 2020
Should Pregnant People Take the Vaccine? FDA and CDC Say That’s Up to Them
Ruth Faden was quoted

NPR | December 11, 2020
Pregnant People Haven’t Been Part of Vaccine Trials. Should They Get the Vaccine?
Ruth Faden was quoted

STAT | December 9, 2020
FDA: Leave the door open to Covid-19 vaccination for pregnant and lactating health workers
Ruth Faden, Carleigh Krubiner and Ruth Karron authored the commentary

New York Times | December 9, 2020
Priorities for a Post-Pandemic World
Ruth Faden was quoted

Foreign Affairs | December 8, 2020
Does the World Need a New Global Health Organization?
Ruth Faden was quoted

NPR Weekend Edition | December 5, 2020
Initial Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccine Won’t Include Pregnant People
Ruth Faden was quoted

The Baltimore Sun | December 4, 2020
Black leaders in Baltimore work to overcome resistance to participating in COVID trials
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

Good Morning America | December 3, 2020
COVID-19 vaccines not expected for pregnant people for some time
Ruth Faden was quoted

Vox | December 2, 2020
Who will get the Covid-19 vaccine first? A CDC advisory panel just weighed in
Ruth Faden was quoted

ScienceNews | December 1, 2020
Health care workers and long-term care residents should get COVID-19 vaccines first
Nancy Kass was quoted

The JHU Hub | December 1, 2020
When Will Pregnant Women Benefit from a COVID-19 Vaccine?
Ruth Faden and Carleigh Krubiner were quoted

Miami Herald | November 27, 2020
Should Americans be paid to get COVID-19 vaccine? Idea gains steam among some experts
Nancy Kass was quoted

New York Daily News | November 23, 2020
America’s Vaccine Conundrum
Ruth Faden and Nancy Kass co-authored the commentary

Financial TimesNovember 19, 2020
Covid tracing fans public heath vs. privacy debate
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

MSNBC | November 19, 2020
Covid-19 Vaccines and Pregnant Women
Ruth Faden was the featured guest

Associated Press | November 18, 2020
Lung tissue from aborted fetus not used in AstraZeneca vaccine development
Nancy Kass was quoted

Time | November 10, 2020
Why Haven’t Contact Tracing Apps Helped Fight COVID?
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

WBFF-TV | November 10, 2020
Verdict Still Out on COVID-19 Notification App
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

Healthline | November 10, 2020
Should the Federal Government Pay People to Get a COVID-19 Vaccination?
Nancy Kass was quoted

VOX | October 30, 2020
Why many Americans refuse to participate in contact tracing
Katelyn Esmonde was quoted

Jacobin | October 29, 2020
Emails Show Trump’s CDC Went MIA in Pennsylvania When COVID-19 Hit
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

WYPR-FM Midday with Tom Hall | October 27, 2020
The Ethics of Trial Drug Use in the Era of COVID-19
Jeffrey Kahn was the featured guest

The New Republic | October 21, 2020
A COVID-19 Vaccine Doesn’t Need to Be Perfect
Ruth Faden was quoted

The Baltimore Sun | October 21, 2020
Kids with certain medical conditions should not attend in-person school while COVID-19 continues to spread
Ruth Faden and Megan Collins co-authored an oped

The New York Times | October 20, 2020
A Viral Theory Cited by Health Officials Draws Fire From Scientists
Ruth Faden was quoted

CBS News | October 20, 2020
Children in remote-learning programs missing out on physical activity
Katelyn Esmonde was interviewed

Globe and Mail | October 18, 2020
Parents cope with slow coronavirus test results, mixed messaging from schools and officials
Megan Collins was interviewed

Inside Higher Education | October 16, 2020
Winter Is Coming
Nancy Kass was quoted

National Geographic | October 14, 2020
Who will get the vaccine first? Here’s where you might land in line
Ruth Faden was quoted

Yahoo News | October 6, 2020
Experts call for including pregnant women in COVID-19 vaccine trials
Ruth Faden and Carleigh Krubiner were quoted

Voice of America | October 5, 2020
U.S. States Roll Out Apps Alerting People to COVID-19 Exposure
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

Bloomberg | October 1, 2020
How to Safely Reopen Schools
Megan Collins was interviewed

Bloomberg | September 29, 2020
Rapid Covid Tests for Schools Are Important: Johns Hopkins [Video]
Megan Collins was interviewed

MSN.com | September 24, 2020
Half of COVID Patients Made this One Major Mistake, New Study Says
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

VOX | September 23, 2020
Who Should get the COVID-19 Vaccine First? The Equality vs. Equity Debate, Explained
Ruth Faden was quoted

NPR | September 22, 2020
With Limited COVID-19 Vaccine Doses, Who Would Get Them First?
Ruth Faden was quoted

Nature | September 17, 2020
Who Gets a COVID Vaccine First? Access Plans are Taking Shape
Ruth Faden was quoted

National Geographic | September 16, 2020
To find a vaccine for COVID-19, will we have to deliberately infect people?
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

Stat | September 11, 2020
The ethics of pausing a vaccine trial in the midst of a pandemic
Ruth Faden was the subject of a Q&A

Slate | September 10, 2020
App-Based Contact Tracing Has Been a Bust. Apple Wants to Try Something New.
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

NPR Marketplace | September 10, 2020
Some of the most vulnerable to COVID say they won’t get a vaccine
Nancy Kass was the featured guest

ABC News | September 9, 2020
Why AstraZeneca pausing its COVID-19 vaccine trial may be good news
Ruth Faden was quoted

NPR Marketplace | September 9, 2020
Who gets first dibs on a COVID-19 Vaccine?
Nancy Kass was the featured guest

JHU Magazine | September 9, 2020
An Epidemic’s Electronic Eyes
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

Baltimore SunSeptember 2, 2020
Maryland will soon use cellphones to help with contact tracing for coronavirus
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

New York TimesSeptember 1, 2020
These Scientists Are Giving Themselves D.I.Y. Coronavirus Vaccines
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

Washington Post | September 1, 2020
Apple and Google expand coronavirus warning software
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

Washington Post | August 18, 2020
Cellphone apps designed to track COVID-19 spread struggle worldwide amid privacy concerns
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

The New York Times | August 17, 2020
How to Protect Children’s Eyes During Remote Learning
Megan Collins was quoted and the eSchools+ Initiative was cited

Vice | August 5, 2020
A DIY Vaccine Can’t Solve the COVID-19 Crisis
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

Forbes | August 4, 2020
Using Greek Tragedy to Help Frontline Medical Workers Cope During COVID-19
The Berman Institute’s partnership with Theater of War was profiled

CBC News | August 2, 2020
Some countries may get faster access to a COVID-19 vaccine than others
Ruth Faden was quoted

CBC News | August 1, 2020
When a COVID-19 vaccine arrives, which Canadians will get it first?
Ruth Faden was quoted

Vox | July 27, 2020
The global risk of “vaccine nationalism”
Ruth Faden was quoted

Vice | July 27, 2020
It’s OK If Countries Hack Each Other’s Vaccines
Ruth Faden was quoted

Inside Higher Education | July 23, 2020
A Key Step Toward Safety This Fall
Nancy Kass co-authored a commentary

WYPR | July 23, 2020
Midday with Tom Hall: “The Ethics of Digital Contact Tracing and Vaccine Testing”
Jeffrey Kahn was the featured guest

Washington Post | July 15, 2020
Some researchers and politicians call for pregnant women to be included in coronavirus vaccine testing
Ruth Faden was quoted

Good Morning America | July 10, 2020
More answers to your COVID-19 questions
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

WBAL-TV | July 9, 2020
Maryland School Districts Share Back-to-School Options
Megan Collins was quoted

WUNC-FM | July 8, 2020
Mask Up, and Make It Fashion: A Guide to Efficacy and Aesthetics
Nancy Kass was quoted

San Francisco Chronicle | July 2, 2020
Coronavirus-tracking apps proliferate, but will the help slow disease’s spread?
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

The New York Times | July 1, 2020
Researchers Debate Infecting People on Purpose to Test Coronavirus Vaccines
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

AMA Newsletter | June 25, 2020
Virtual resilience rounds help physicians navigate moral distress
Cynda Hylton Rushton and the Moral Resilience Rounds program were featured

Christian Science Monitor | June 24, 2020
“Immunity passports” could help against pandemic – or harm society
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

Daily Nous | June 24, 2020
The Ethics of Social Distancing (and Why It Doesn’t Rule Out Protesting)
Travis Rieder authored an essay

Vox | June 23, 2020
For contact tracing to work, public health authorities must regain the trust of Black communities
Hecht-Levi Fellow Katelyn Esmonde authored a commentary

The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2020
Taking an untested drug to treat coronavirus may be deadlier than the disease
Jeremy Sugarman co-authored an oped

WFYI FM | June 11, 2020
Indiana Requires “High Risk” Prison Employees to Keep Working Amid COVID-19 Crisis
Len Rubenstein was quoted

Politico | June 10, 2020
Google and Apple’s rules for virus tracking apps sow division among states
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

The Telegraph (UK) | June 10, 2020
Coronavirus exacerbates violence against health workers, researchers warn
Len Rubenstein was quoted

The Baltimore Sun | June 1, 2020
The Ethics of Reopening Our Schools
Ruth Faden and Megan Collins co-authored the oped

BBC, Washington Post and others | May 29, 2020
The “Digital Contact Tracing for Pandemic Response” report was featured in numerous publications
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

NPR Morning Edition | May 27, 2020
In the Battle Against COVID-19, A Risk of “Vaccine Nationalism”
Nancy Kass was quoted

JHU Hub | May 26, 2020
Digital Contact Tracing Poses Ethical Challenges
Q&A with Jeffrey Kahn

JHU Hub | May 26, 2020
The Complex Ethics of Reopening America
Q&A with Justin Bernstein

Prescription for Change | May 18, 2020
“Moral Resilience Rounds:” Johns Hopkins’ Secret to Help Staff Navigate Moral Distress
Cynda Rushton was featured

NBC News | May 16, 2020
Wave of ‘vaccine nationalism’ hinders global efforts to halt coronavirus
Nancy Kass was quoted

MPR News | May 13, 2020
How do we decide? Ethics of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Jeffrey Kahn was the featured guest

The New York Times | May 10, 2020
How Pandemics End
Jeremy Greene was quoted

WYPR, “On the Record” | May 8, 2020
Caring for Those with COVID-19: A Doctor’s Experience
Zack Berger was the featured guest

USA Today | May 4, 2020
Teacher Appreciation Week: They Wanted Respect. It Only Took a Coronavirus Pandemic and Worldwide Economic Collapse
Ruth Faden was quoted

Colorado Public Radio | May 4, 2020
For Now, Antibody Tests for Coronavirus Provide Guidance, Not Guarantees
Travis Rieder was quoted

USA Today | May 1, 2020
Masks, Temperature Checks, Empty Rows: Post-Coronavirus Concerts Could Look Very Different
Travis Rieder was quoted

Bloomberg News | April 27, 2020
Covid-19 Threatens to Starve Africa
Commentary by Jessica Fanzo

Los Angeles Times | April 25, 2020
Could a ‘Controlled Avalanche’ Stop the Coronavirus Faster, and with Fewer Deaths?
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

MSNBC | April 25, 2020
Reopening the Economy vs. Keeping It Shut Longer, What’s More Costly?
Nancy Kass was the featured guest

Freethink | April 25, 2020
Would You Volunteer to be Infected with COVID-19
Ruth Faden was quoted

Daily Mail | April 25, 2020
House Lawmakers Join Growing Calls to Approve Controversial ‘Challenge Trials’ of Coronavirus Vaccines
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

The Hill | April 24, 2020
Controversial Idea to Speed Coronavirus Vaccine Gains Ground
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

OneZero | April 23, 2020
‘Immunity Passports’ Could Create A New Category of Privilege
Nancy Kass was quoted

Washington Post | April 22, 2020
Treat Health-Care Workers Like the Heroes They Are
Commentary written by Ruth Faden

WYPR-FM | April 22, 2020
The COVID-19 Threat in MD Prisons: Three Perspectives
Len Rubenstein was a featured guest

Washington PostApril 19, 2020
Hogan Signs Order to Release Inmates to Reduce Spread of Virus
Len Rubenstein is cited

MSNBC | April 18, 2020
Ethics of Coronavirus Testing
Nancy Kass was interviewed

Washington Post | April 17, 2020
Civil Rights Advocates Press Md. Gov. Larry Hogan to Release Elderly, At-Risk Prisoners to Slow Spread of Coronavirus
Len Rubenstein was quoted

The Atlantic | April 16, 2020
The People Who Risked Death for Immunity
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

USA Today | April 16, 2020
Dr. Fauci Says Immunity ‘Certificates’ Possible After Coronavirus Pandemic. Here’s What That Means
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

Los Angeles Times | April 15, 2020
So Much Is Unknown about the Pandemic because the Government  Keeps A Lid On It
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

WYPR-FM | April 14, 2020
Drug Shortages During COVID-19 Patient Surge
Yoram Unguru was the featured guest

Associated Press | April 10, 2020
Nurses Weigh Their Principles vs Safety in Virus Fight
Cinda Hylton Rushton was quoted

WYPR-FM | April 8, 2020
If Maryland’s Hospitals Become Overwhelmed, How Should Care Be Rationed?
Jeffrey Kahn was the featured guest

Time | April 5, 2020
The Ethics of Wearing (or Not Wearing) a Face Mask During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Nancy Kass is quoted

Cheddar | April 5, 2020
Coronavirus Doctors Face the Most Awful Choice: Who Will Live?
Alan Regenberg is quoted

JHU News-Letter | April 5, 2020
When There Are Too Many Patients, What’s Ethical?
Ruth Faden and Alan Regenberg are quoted

WYPR-FM | April 3, 2020
MD Corrections Agency Confirms New COVID-19 Cases, As Advocates Warn of an Outbreak
Len Rubenstein is quoted

Sinclair Broadcasting | April 3, 2020
No Perfect Way to Ration Care if Outbreak Spreads, Ethics Experts Warn
Alan Regenberg is quoted

Business Insider | April 2, 2020
“There’s Nothing About It that Will Feel Right:” Hospitals Are Gearing Up to Choose Which Patients to Save
Jeffrey Kahn was quoted

MPR News with Kerri Miller | March 30, 2020
The Ethics of How We Respond to the Spread of the New Coronavirus
Jeffrey Kahn was the featured guest

The Baltimore Sun | March 30, 2020
Maryland Prison System Confirms First Coronavirus Cases
Len Rubenstein was quoted

The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2020
200 Hopkins Medical Faculty Pen Letter Asking Gov. Hogan to Protect Inmates from Coronavirus
Len Rubenstein led the effort and was quoted

Vox | March 27, 2020
The Debate Over Ending Social Distancing to Save the Economy, Explained
Ruth Faden was quoted

WYPR’s “On the Record” | March 27, 2020
Medical Ethics During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Ruth Faden was the featured guest

Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2020
Who Gets Lifesaving Care – and Who Doesn’t – When There’s a Crush of Coronavirus Patients?
Ruth Faden is quoted

New York Daily News | March 26, 2020
We Need an Ethics Transfusion: The Coronavirus Blood Challenge
Oped by Jeffrey Kahn

CNN | March 26, 2020
Hospitals Consider Changes to Do-Not-Resuscitate Situations Amid Pandemic
Nancy Kass is quoted

Reuters | March 26, 2020
A Daughter Learns in Voicemails that Coronavirus Has Killed Her Mother
Ruth Faden is quoted

USA Today | March 17, 2020
To Protect Inmates and the Nation from Covid-19, Release Offenders Who Pose No Threat
Oped by Brendan Saloner and Sachini Bandara

STAT News | March 17, 2020
Explaining a mass quarantine: What does it mean to ‘shelter in place’? And who has the power to call for it?
Nancy Kass is quoted

France24 | March 17, 2020
Coronavirus could create bed shortage in US hospitals
Nancy Kass is quoted

New Republic | March 16, 2020
The Risky Race for a Quick Coronavirus Vaccine

Jeffrey Kahn is quoted

Public Health On Call Podcast | March 16, 2020
Ethical Dilemmas Posed by COVID-19
Featuring Jeffrey Kahn and Nancy Kass

Axios | March 14, 2020
Coronavirus behind bars
March 14, 2020
Len Rubenstein is quoted

MV Times | March 13, 2020
Is Martha’s Vineyard a ‘safe haven’?
Ruth Faden is quoted

Axios | March 13, 2020
What the U.S. needs to learn from Italy’s coronavirus crisis
Alan Regenberg is quoted

Washington Post | March 12, 2020
U.S. hospitals may have to ration care during the pandemic. Here’s one approach
Commentary written by Ruth Faden and Alan Regenberg, with Lee Daugherty Biddison and Eric Tone

WHYY-FM | March 11, 2020
Privacy vs. public health: How Pa. and N.J. weigh disclosing coronavirus patient details
Jeffrey Kahn is quoted

Slate | March 10, 2020
Should Schools Close for COVID-19?

Ruth Faden is quoted

USA Today | March 6, 2020
Keeping coronavirus patients anonymous is crucial to battling the outbreak
Jeffrey Kahn is quoted

Education Week | March 5, 2020
What’s at Stake When Schools Close for the Coronavirus? A Bioethicist Weighs In
Commentary written by Ruth Faden

The Baltimore Sun | February 27, 2020
Coronavirus could result in school closings in the U.S. We must make sure these closings meet the needs of low-income children
Commentary written by Ruth Faden

STAT News | February 25, 2020
In the race for coronavirus vaccines, don’t leave pregnant women behind
Commentary written by Carleigh Krubiner, Ruth Faden, and Ruth Karron

WYPR-FM | February 25, 2020
Midday On Ethics With Dr. Jeffrey Kahn: Questions To Consider With Coronavirus