About Johns Hopkins
spacer for safari

Hopkins Nursing Center Offers E-Support to Nurses, Midwives in Haiti

The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing is helping Haitian nurses and midwives from afar, gathering nursing education materials and making them available electronically.

Read more here
Jhpiego Helps Reopen, Restock Maternity Ward in Haiti

A health care team from Jhpiego, a Johns Hopkins affiliate working on maternal and child health globally, is on the ground in Haiti, working to restore safe and quality health care services for pregnant women, new mothers and their babies. Read more here

Jhpiego team heads to Haiti

A team of health care workers from the Johns Hopkins child and maternal health organization Jhpiego will leave Baltimore for Haiti on Wednesday to supplement its six-person local staff there.

Read more here


In fast 3 seconds, world caved in

A Baltimore Sun story on the CEO of an international medical relief organization and 2008 MBA graduate of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School who was trapped in earthquake rubble for more than 50 hours.

Read more here


Beth Sloand to Coordinate Haiti Efforts for Hopkins Nursing

Beth Sloand to Coordinate Haiti Efforts for Hopkins Nursing Assistant Professor Beth Sloand, who has long experience working in Haiti, has been named to coordinate Haitian relief activity for the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.

Read more here.


Jhpiego frontline health workers safe in Haiti

All six Haitian employees of Jhpiego, a Johns Hopkins-affiliated global health organization that has worked in Haiti for 15 years, are alive and safe following Tuesday's devastating earthquake, the organization learned.

Lucito Jeannis, Jhpiego's country director in Port au Prince, telephoned a colleague at Jhpiego Friday morning with the good news. "The whole team in Haiti is fine," the physician said. "Our houses sustained damages, but we are handling it OK."

Read more here


The Johns Hopkins University Haiti earthquake experts

The Johns Hopkins Medicine Haiti earthquake experts

News photos licensed from Getty Images.