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GW physicians administer COVID-19 tests at a temporary GW drive-up testing center

Washington, D.C., taps GW expertise to help develop a plan to reopen the city following weeks of manditory stay at home orders in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Illustration of people connecting virtually

Every day Americans face myriad hardships as the COVID-19 pandemic continues without end. One major challenge is mental health.

A survey from the George Washington University evaluated whether patients consider a dermatologist’s social media presence when looking for a doctor

CNN - Why Memorial Day is Crucial in the COVID-19 Fight

Jennifer Lee, MD, clinical associate professor of emergency medicine, authored an article for CNN about the importance of effective communication and coordination in reopening the country from the pandemic.

C-SPAN - COVID-19 and Excess Deaths and Next Steps in the Response

Gary Simon, MD, PhD, director of the Division of Infectious Diseases and Walter G. Ross Professor of Clinical Research, spoke with C-SPAN's Washington Journal Primtime about COVID-19 updates and next steps in the response.

PAEA - Board Member Reamer Bushardt Testifies at COGME Hearing

Reamer Bushardt, PharmD, PA-C, senior associate dean for health sciences and professor of physician assistant studies, recently testified at a panel hosted by the Council on Graduate Medical Education discussing ways to protect and support PAs and other members of the health care workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic.

People in masks receiving meals

For the GW Rodham Institute, providing help to marginalized populations during COVID-19 is about the needs of the community. “We need to provide community-led solutions,” she said. “... [W]e are the conveners, connectors, and catalyzers based on what the community tells us it needs most.”

Screen grab of webinar

As COVID-19 continues its global impact, attendees of the second SMHS virtual Learning Lab were educated on the effects of the virus on marginalized communities throughout the United States.