Category Archives: Faculty publications

What’s the future of women’s health care? 

How will proposed changes to health care law affect women’s health in the United States? A new article in Women’s Health Issues explores this issue.  In The Risk of Remaining Silent: Addressing the Current Threats to Women’s Health, the authors … Continue reading

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Get creative with the curriculum

A new article by Himmelfarb Librarians Tom Harrod and Alexandra Gomes describes how they developed FOSCE sessions for medical students as part of the revised medical school curriculum. The article was just published in Medical Reference Services Quarterly and describes … Continue reading

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Faculty Publication about Integrated Curricular Modules!

Congratulations are in order for SMHS’s very own Rosalyn A. Jurjus, Kirsten Brown, Ellen Goldman, Artin Galoosian and former faculty member Jill Krapf, whose article Curricular response to increase recall and transfer of anatomical knowledge into the obstetrics/gynecology clerkship was … Continue reading

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Will Precision Medicine Move Us beyond Race?

The challenges and promise of drugs which work (or don’t) based on a patient’s genetic make-up is is discussed in an article recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine.   GW faculty Shawneequa Callier and her co-authors describe the … Continue reading

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Is more cost-sharing by beneficiaries in Medicaid’s future?

The Commonwealth Fund just published an Issue Brief written by GW Milken Institute School of Public Health faculty examining this issue.  Sara Rosenbaum, Sara Schmucker, Sara Rothenberg, and Rachel Gunsalus describe Medicaid demonstrations currently running in six states.  These demonstrations … Continue reading

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How often are residents observed?

How often are residents observed?  A new study by GW researchers looks at this question in a recently published article.  In Observing and Giving Feedback to Novice PGY-1s, Katherine Tully, Jennifer Keller, Jim Blatt, and Larrie Greenberg studied OB-GYN residents during the … Continue reading

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Was your research part of HSRC’s 200,000 downloads?

Health Sciences Research Commons (HSRC) hit 200,000 downloads and is still growing!  What does that mean?  GW research has become available to more users as Himmelfarb Library’s  Health  Sciences  Research Commons gathers, archives and disseminates the research output of GW Milken Institute School of Public Health, the School of Medicine and Health … Continue reading

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