Originally posted on Sun Requiem: I’ve been posting about the dangers of long covid, and the fact that the pandemic continues to disable and kill thousands of people each day. People get awkward about it. They leave me on read, they stop engaging, and I feel like I am speaking to the void. I know…
Show your solidarity with Disability Pride buttons found across campus and Daily Grind will be give a 10% discount on coffee at the MRB/Ross and Armstong locations. Taharka Bros is also giving a 10% discount at all 3 Baltimore locations. Participate in the #DisabilityPride2022 Twitter campaign. Register for a Fireside Chat with Emily Ladau July 19,Continue reading “Ways to get involved during Disability Pride Month at Johns Hopkins”
On behalf of the “JH Needs U” campaign we present “Lessons from the effects of the pandemic on disabled trainees” a listening session and panel event hosted by the EASM committee’s Erica Avery and Nicole Pannullo and moderated by Dr. Bonnielin Swenor, Director of Johns Hopkins Disability Health Research Center. This event was originally heldContinue reading “Lessons from the effects of the pandemic on disabled trainees”
Dr. Tilak Ratnanather, associate research professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, discusses how speech-to-text technology benefits people with hearing loss in this Society for Neuroscience article.
The JHSPH Mental Health Grad Network and the Johns Hopkins Disability Health Research Center announced the winners of the Meyer-Beers Essay Contest, which aimed to crowdsource innovative ideas for recruiting and retaining students with mental health conditions.