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Paul George, MD, MHPE

Associate Director, Medical Student Education & Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at Brown University's Alpert Medical School


Dr. George graduated from the Brown Family Medicine residency in 2008, after which he joined a health center, while continuing his involvement in academic medicine, teaching in the required six-week clerkship at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. In 2010, he returned to Alpert Medical School full time.  He serves as the director for the Integrated Medical Sciences Curriculum Year II at the Alpert Medical School (AMS) and as the director of curriculum for the Primary Care-Population Health program at AMS. He has an interest in interprofessional education and curriculum assessment. In the clerkship, Dr. George lectures on upper respiratory tract infections and dermatology. 


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