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Cherinne Arundel, MD; Gurusher Panjrath, MD; Charles Faselis, MD; Richard M. Allman, MD; and Ali Ahmed, MD, MPH, all of SMHS, authored a study finding that patients with heart failure who have a systolic blood pressure less than 130 mmHg are at a higher risk of worse outcomes.

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June 18, 2019 Featured News

“Incorporating the Arts to Improve the Health and Wellbeing of Washington, D.C.” brought out community leaders and clinicians to the 6th Annual Rodham Institute Summit.

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Clinical Public Health Summit
June 18, 2019 Featured News

Third-year medical students kicked off their final Clinical Public Health Summit with a panel and presentations by graduating fourth-year students.

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Kimberly Cabe, FNP-BC, a graduate student in the Integrative Medicine Program, was awarded a grant from the BUCK Cancer Foundation.

Kimberly Cabe, FNP-BC, a graduate student in the Integrative Medicine Program, was awarded a grant from the BUCK Cancer Foundation.

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Kenneth Harwood, PhD, PT, director of the Health Care Quality Program, research director for the PT Program, and associate professor of clinical research and leadership at SMHS, co-authored a paper that received the 2019 John M. Eisenberg Article-of-the-Year in Health Services Research.

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June 17, 2019 Faculty in the Media

Tenagne Haile-Mariam, MD, assistant professor of emergency medicine, spoke to BBC News for an article about proper etiquette when you sneeze or have a cough.

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June 17, 2019 Faculty in the Media

Mandi Pratt-Chapman, MA, associate center director of patient-centered initiatives and health equity at GW Cancer Center, spoke to LIVESTRONG for an article about what is being done in the current health care landscape to decrease health inequities for the LGBTQIA+ community.

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June 14, 2019 Faculty in the Media

Keith Mortman, MD, associate professor of surgery, spoke to Gray DC for an article about a congressional effort to raise the legal age for tobacco products from 18 to 21.

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