A group of medical students are working to increase the number of future physicians who speak medical Spanish to help reach more Hispanic and Latino patients.
Georgetown’s renowned nurse-midwifery program celebrates 50 years of care, education and advocacy in Washington, DC.
Before Dr. Fauci starts his new role as Distinguished University Professor, find out what he hopes to accomplish and why he’s giving himself the same advice he gives to students.
Dr. Fauci will serve as a Distinguished University Professor in the School of Medicine’s Division of Infectious Diseases and hold an additional appointment in the McCourt School of Public Policy.
Wearing their own white coats, students from a local grade school visited Georgetown’s School of Medicine as part of a community-based learning class taught by first-year medical students.
Professor Derek M. Griffith, founder of the Center for Men’s Health Equity, is working to improve the well-being of men at the margins of men’s health and health equity.
Two medical students led efforts to integrate environmental health into the School of Medicine’s curriculum, offering students additional training on the health impacts of climate change.
Dr. Elizabeth Hoge, an associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry, recommends a few practical, simple tips to navigate stress and anxiety during the holiday season and final exams.
After accompanying refugees on their first visit to a U.S. pharmacy, these medical students created a program to help refugee families access critical resources and the care they need.
First-year medical students learned about the social construction of race and societal structures that have led to disparities and inequities in health.