Schweitzer Fellowship

Perspectives on Homelessness: With and Without the COVID-19 Pandemic

Raghav Goyal ’22 is an Albert Schweitzer Fellow for Life who first conducted a project involving Burlington’s homeless community during his second year of medical school. He shares his perspective on life in the homeless community, as well as an interview with Ronni Pearlman, a community member with a lived experience of homelessness who volunteers for several organizations in Burlington.

Supporting Rural Vermonters in a Weekly Needle Exchange Program

From The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship Program
Katrina Thornburgh looks forward to her weekly trips to Franklin County in the Vermont Cares mobile outreach van. Thornburgh, an Albert Schweitzer Fellow and medical student at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont, is part of an effort to expand mobile syringe services in communities such as St. Albans, Enosburg, and Swanton in northwestern Vermont.

From Culinary Medicine to Health Equity: The Top Blog Posts of 2018

Written by UVM Larner College of Medicine students and alums

As we begin 2019, the University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine looks back at some of our most popular posts of the past year. From the benefits of culinary medicine to sage advice to first-year students to alums reporting back from residency, these posts highlight the diversity of experiences students bring to their work and their future careers as physicians. Here are the top five posts of 2018