Morgan Katz

Morgan Katz, M.D., MHS, is an assistant professor of medicine at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the Director of Antimicrobial Stewardship at Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital. Her area of clinical expertise is infectious diseases. Her research interests lie in infection control and antibiotic stewardship in long-term care facilities. She has focused her career on designing feasible interventions to reduce antimicrobial resistance and transmission of infection in the long-term care setting. She is now serving as a member of the Independent Nursing Home Commission to guide the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid in their response to Coronavirus in long-term care facilities.

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Strategies for Assisted Living Communities during COVID-19 (Coursera)

Nov 15th 2021
Strategies for Assisted Living Communities during COVID-19 (Coursera)
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SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, poses a high risk for assisted living communities due to residents’ age, health status, and communal living environment. The COVID-19 response has largely focused on nursing homes, leaving assisted living communities in the United States with fragmented guidance on how to respond [...]
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Strategies for Senior Housing Communities during COVID-19 (Coursera)

Nov 15th 2021
Strategies for Senior Housing Communities during COVID-19 (Coursera)
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SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, poses a high risk for senior housing communities and the people who live and work there. The COVID-19 response has largely focused on nursing homes, leaving independent living communities serving older adults in the United States with fragmented guidance on how to respond [...]
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