“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.
Third-year medical students kicked off their final Clinical Public Health Summit with a panel and presentations by graduating fourth-year students.
Kimberly Cabe, FNP-BC, a graduate student in the Integrative Medicine Program, was awarded a grant from the BUCK Cancer Foundation.
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.
SMHS was selected by the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Education as a recipient of the 2019 Creating Excellence Business & Industry Partnership Award for Region 4. The awards are presented annually to recognize exemplary programs and partnerships.
The Health Care Quality Program at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences is among the first four programs to receive national certification by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education.