April 11, 2008
  • Safe lifting at the MGH
    As caregivers devote themselves to patient care and comfort, they may not realize that some of their repetitive or strenuous daily activities have the potential to cause injuries or strain. The Department of Nursing and MGH Occupational Health Services (OHS) is successfully addressing one of the leading causes of work-related injuries at hospitals the handling of nonambulatory patients.


  • Boston Bruins' close shave
    Seven Boston Bruins players — Aaron Ward, Andrew Alberts, Patrice Bergeron, Phil Kessel, Milan Lucic, Mark Stuart and Dennis Wideman — were a cut above the rest March 31.


  • Exploring careers in health care
    Careers in health care have evolved beyond the traditional physician or nurse roles, offering individuals a wide array of career options. MGHers recently had the opportunity to explore health care careers at the annual Career Development Series March 27.


  • Small actions lead to big impressions
    Answering the telephone, greeting patients, scheduling appointments — all of these seemingly routine tasks are significant opportunities for employees to help shape a patient's impression of the MGH, and support staff play a vital role in these efforts.


  • DSC's Racial and Ethnic Disparities series report
    The MGH Disparities Solutions Center (DSC) is dedicated to the elimination of racial and ethnic disparities in health care and since its inception has served as a forum for discussion and informative programming.


  • Bridging the fields of transplantation and genetics
    The MGH Transplant Center has selected the first recipient of a new, two-year research fellowship, the Combined MGH Transplant Center/Broad Institute Research Training Award.


  • In General
    Employee honors and awards


  • What's Happening
    MGH calendar of events


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