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October 13, 2010 Faculty in the Media

GW's Daniel Kaniewski, deputy director of the Homeland Security Policy Institute, says that by effectively marshaling and mobilizing all resources, whether they be foreign governments or private sector organizations from all over the world, Chile has handled the mining crisis much better tha

October 13, 2010 Faculty in the Media

The World Health Organization is calling on drug companies to donate more medicine to help to eradicate tropical diseases.

October 12, 2010 Faculty in the Media

Ethical concerns arise when patients want to connect with doctors on social networks. GW's Katherine Chretien, M.D., associate professor of Medicine, worries that any communication with a patient on a public platform like Facebook could pose a violation of HIPPA.

October 10, 2010 Press Release

Washington, DC – The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, The GW Medical Faculty Associates, and The GW Hospital announced today the appointment of Anton N. Sidawy, M.D., M.P.H., as the new Chairman of the Department of Surgery.

October 03, 2010 Featured News

Playing the role of a 46-year-old African American woman with a lump in her breast was a trying experience for Ireal Johnson, a first-year medical student at the GW Medical Center, who found herself shuffled between examination rooms and specialists during the  third annual “A Walk in my Shoes” s

October 02, 2010 Faculty in the Media

U.S. and European security services are struggling to track Western nationals who travel abroad to receive training from Al-Qaeda and its allies and then return to try to carry out attacks.

October 02, 2010 Faculty in the Media

Shortages of the drug to treat schistosomiasis, a parasitic disease as widespread as malaria, have reached the proportions of a humanitarian crisis in Africa.

May 01, 2010 Featured News

When it comes to quantitative issues in health care, there is no shortage of statistics, polls, rates, or dates. Qualitative issues, however, are another story. While quality of care is of upmost importance, its evaluation and promotion are not so simple.