The 40th Prouty concluded this weekend with a record-breaking success of raising more than $4 million in support of cancer research and patient and family support services at Dartmouth’s and Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Norris Cotton Cancer Center (NCCC).
During Geisel’s annual medical student Community Service Day on June 6, thirty Geisel student volunteers purchased and packed care packages containing food, clothing, hygiene products, and household items for distribution to twenty local families.
Second-year medical student Arvind Suresh ’23 has been recognized for his leadership in organizing and managing student-run mobile community influenza vaccination clinics in NH and VT.
A clothing and food drive sponsored by Geisel’s medical-student run Community Services Committee supports Upper Valley nonprofit agencies.
Researchers at Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine and Thayer School of Engineering are studying the environmental impact of single-use medical supplies, focusing on the procedure-intense specialty of gastroenterology.
Increasing urgency over climate change has inspired three Geisel medical students to join hundreds of their medical student colleagues in creating a local chapter of Medical Students for a Sustainable Future (MS4SF).
Please join us for Geisel’s 15th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Health Equity Celebration. This year’s event will be held virtually Jan. 16-18.
An advocate for underrepresented students, Luis Rosa, MEd, LCMHC, has spent the better part of his career focusing on their mental health needs. He now works with Geisel’s Counseling Services team where he continues his dedication to the wellbeing of Black, LGBTQ, and multi-racial students.
The Homeless Healthcare Outreach Program, a collaboration between Geisel medical students, Upper Valley Haven, and Good Neighbor Health Clinic, supports those experiencing homelessness in a time of increased health and economic vulnerability. Results of this initiative are described in “Lessons from a Free Clinic During Covid-19: Medical Students Serving Individuals Experiencing Homelessness Using Tele-Health” in the October issue of The Journal of Ambulatory Care Management.
Geisel students are among those from more than 50 medical schools nationwide who have partnered with VotER, a nonpartisan initiative, to ensure that patients can register to vote and cast their ballots in a healthy way this November.