Using practical phrases can help facilitate better communication and emotional responses, according to Timothy E. Quill, MD, featured speaker at the Second Annual Ronald L. Ottenberg Memorial Lecture/Grand Rounds.
The GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences hosted its first Student Debt Symposium, designed to raise awareness and promote solutions to health education debt.
SMHS first- and second-year M.D. program students and doctor of physical therapy students participate in Community Service Day, held Aug. 30.
GW physicians discuss travel strategies for avoiding illnesses, like the Zika virus and malaria, at the June Frontiers in Medicine lecture.
The Class of 2016 and SMHS faculty gathered to recognize and award leadership, academic excellence, and service commitment at the annual ceremony.
Pimjai Sudsawad, Sc.D., discusses the importance of knowledge translation in moving research from the laboratory to the community.
GW School of Medicine and Health Science M.D. program students embrace patient conversations during the Gold Humanism Honor Society’s Day of Solidarity.
Faculty members from the School of Medicine and Health Sciences explained what they know and what they don’t know about the virus at a Feb. 12 town hall.
Karl Burgin, Ph.D., adjunct professor at the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences, shares his experiences in global regulatory affairs.
Washington, D.C. high school and charter school students get hands-on exposure to health care field as part of DC HAPP.