GW Radiation Oncology Annual Update for 2020

August 25, 2020

The George Washington University (GW) Cancer Center is pleased to share the GW Radiation Oncology Annual Update for 2020. In this unprecedented time, I am incredibly proud of the courage, empathy, discipline and innovation displayed by our providers and staff.

GW Radiation Oncology has been at the forefront in mobilizing and responding to the COVID-19 pandemic by rapidly implementing appreciable adaptations to workflow to continue outpatient radiation treatments, launching telehealth visits, developing novel 3D-printed face mask and face shield personal protective equipment, and offering short course radiation therapy when appropriate to minimize patient visits to the clinic.

A few highlights from this report include:

  • Clinical updates and quality improvements in GW Radiation Oncology
  • A tribute to GW triple alumnus and world-renowned radiation oncologist, Luther W. Brady, MD
  • Education and training opportunities through the Mid-Atlantic Radiation Oncology Consortium and medical student rotations
  • Clinical program updates, as well as staff and student highlights
  • Highlights from our recent patient experience survey

To read more, download the full report.

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