Category: Natural Disasters and Severe Weather
The Johns Hopkins Go Team received a call to help in the U.S. Virgin Islands after hurricanes Irma and Maria. Find out more about their experience.
In response to recent hurricanes, our experts supported medical missions outside of their roles at Johns Hopkins. Here’s how they helped.
Johns Hopkins experts share stories from their deployments to areas hit by hurricanes.
Johns Hopkins All Children’s came together to keep the hospital operating during Hurricane Irma. Find out how they prepared and weathered the storm.
The safety of Johns Hopkins faculty members, staff members and students is our primary concern, and CEPAR wants everyone to be aware of any pending or actual disasters or safety threats on campus.
Six months after back-to-back hurricanes slammed the U.S. Virgin Islands, Johns Hopkins continues to assist in recovery efforts.
Do you have fur babies or other pets? Have you ever thought about what you would do with them during a major disaster, such as a hurricane, flood or tornado?
Hurricane season is back, and it’s time to prepare.
The Johns Hopkins CEPAR continues to closely monitor hurricane season amid the recovery efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence.