Alumni

Stethoscope

Burnout among physicians, residents, and medical students is a growing issue, but according to Lotte N. Dyrbye, M.D., MHPE, professor of medicine and of medical education at Mayo Clinic, there are things clinicians can do to achieve better well-being.

Anthony Caputy, M.D., left, and Raj Rao, M.D., right

GW surgeons discuss preventing and treating neck and back pain at the Frontiers in Medicine lecture.

Marcus Mitchell

Marcus Mitchell, clad in green scrubs and his GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences white coat, has only a short break after finishing his rounds at GW Hospital to talk about the meandering path he’s taken in medicine.

Sormeh Harounzadeh, SMHS ’17

Upon graduating from medical school, young physicians frequently begin their careers burdened by significant debt. To address this issue, GW’s Adopt-a-Doc program was established in 2010 to offer alumni and friends the opportunity to support a student throughout four years of medical school.

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