The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is co-hosting the seventh annual Johns Hopkins-Pulitzer Symposium on Wednesday, December 4, with the Pulitzer Center Bloomberg School faculty and award-winning Pulitzer Center journalists will share stories and findings from trauma’s front lines. Across the globe, survivors of traumatic events endure devastating psychological effects—often without access to mental health services.
The event will be webcast on Wednesday, December 4, from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. Eastern.
- Ms. Kimberly Dozier, MA, CNN global affairs analyst, who writes for TIME and The Daily Beast, and Pulitzer Center grantee
- Dr. Laura Murray, PhD, MA,associate scientist in the Bloomberg School’s department of mental health and core faculty in the School’s Center for Humanitarian Health.
- Ms. Pat Nabong, MA, freelance visual journalist based in Chicago and Pulitzer Center grantee.
- Dr. Paul Spiegel, MD, MPH, director, Bloomberg School’s Center for Humanitarian Health and Professor of the Practice in the School’s department of international health.
Host and Moderator:
- Dr. Judy Bass, PhD, MPH, associate professor of global mental health in the Bloomberg School’s department of mental health.
Watch the webcast.