May 30, 2008
  • Clinical Research Day explores new tools, technologies and challenges
    The sixth annual MGH Clinical Research Day focused on tools and techniques that can help translate biological data into health care applications, the power that teamwork can bring to the development of novel technologies and the opportunities and challenges presented by the new Harvard-wide Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC).


  • MGH physicians visit China Hua Shan Hospital
    This May, four clinical MGH leaders made a special journey across the world to Hua Shan Hospital in Shanghai, China to present research, serve as consultants and continue developing the relationship between the two hospitals.


  • New screensavers unveiled
    This month, MGHers logging onto Partners computers will have noticed attention-grabbing screensavers that carry key messages about High Performance Medicine (HPM).


  • Supporting bereaved families
    The death of a child is one of the most traumatic experiences a parent can face. A new effort underway at the MassGeneral Hospital for Children (MGHfC) is helping to bring comfort and support to families experiencing such a loss.


  • MGH commitment brings health services to North End seniors
    The MGH is bringing health care services to low-income seniors in Boston's North End through a recently announced five-year, $500,000community commitment.


  • Celebrating a leader of emergency medicine
    In 1980, emergency medicine was added to the roster of specialties in which U.S. physicians could choose to become board certified. While this development ushered in the modern era of emergency medicine, the MGH Emergency Department's (ED) own modern age truly began eight years later with the recruitment of Alasdair K. Conn, MD.


  • In General
    Employee awards and honors.


  • What's Happening
    Events around the MGH.


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