To contain the flood of information on COVID-19, faculty and staff across GW are developing weekly intelligence reports for frontline providers and leaders throughout the GW medical enterprise.
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.
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
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.”
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.