Bethany-Rose (BR) Daubman, MD, received her medical degree with a Distinction in Bioethics from Albany Medical College. She completed residency and served as chief resident through the Tufts Family Medicine Residency and completed the Harvard Hospice and Palliative Medicine Fellowship. She was recently appointed as Co-Director of the MGH Global Palliative Care Program alongside Dr. Mark Stoltenberg. She also serves as the Director of Continuing Medical Education for the Division of Palliative Care and Geriatrics at MGH.
Dr. Daubman’s work is focused on educational interventions to relieve suffering for vulnerable populations within the US, globally, and through disaster response. She has partnered with local palliative care leaders to develop educational programs and expand services in countries such as Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Jamaica, and Chile. Her current global educational collaborations focus on the Caribbean and Latin America.
Somewhat closer to home, and in collaboration with the Northern Plains American Indian Palliative Care Collaborative, a community advisory board of enrolled tribal members, and the MGH Rural Health Program, Dr. Daubman is working to develop palliative care for American Indian communities in South Dakota. She is a current Cambia Health Foundation Sojourns Scholar developing a palliative care educational program for community health workers on Lakota tribal lands.
Please see Dr. Daubman’s Harvard Catalyst Profile for selected publications.