July 25, 2008
  • Living the MGH mission: the Performance Analysis and Improvement Unit
    The MGH Performance Analysis and Improvement Unit is one group that has taken the words included in the MGH mission, "to improve the health and well-being of the diverse communities we serve," directly to heart. The team has launched what they plan to be a quarterly custom of volunteering at Rosie's Place, a local shelter serving the city's underserved and homeless women.


  • Leadership meeting on MGH/CMS project and FY '09 budget
    A report on an innovative pilot program conducted in conjunction with Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the fiscal year (FY) '09 operating budget were the featured topics of a leadership meeting July 22 in the O'Keeffe Auditorium.


  • Winner of 2006 Nobel Peace Prize visits the MGH
    The Nobel Peace Prize is a worldwide badge of honor, bestowed to an individual who has excelled at promoting peace and fraternity among nations. Recently, the MGH Center for Global Health and the MGH Cancer Center hosted the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus, PhD, founder of the Grameen Bank, at a special forum June 7 in the O'Keeffe Auditorium.


  • MGH CSSA aids Sichuan earthquake relief effort
    According to the U.S. Geological Survey, an earthquake rating of 5 is considered fairly moderate, whereas 6 to 7 is "strong," 7 to 8 is "major" and 8 to 10 is "great." On May 12, China's Sichuan region experienced an almost-"great" earthquake, with a devastating 7.9 rating. Millions of homes were destroyed, and thousands of Sichuan residents lost loved ones. But the members of the MGH Chinese Student and Scholar Association (CSSA) hope that another number – not the earthquake's magnitude but the sum of Sichuan emergency relief donations – will help to alleviate the effects of the tragedy.


  • Research Fellows Poster Celebration
    The Bulfinch Tent was a hub of scientific achievement June 24 as nearly 60 MGH research fellows showcased their accomplishments at the third annual Research Fellows Poster Celebration. Hosted by the MGH Office for Research Career Development with assistance from the Mass General Postdoctoral Association, the event included an awards presentation for 12 outstanding abstracts.


  • Mission to Guatemala
    Two years ago, Amy Desilva, NP, of MGH Emergency Services, had never been to Guatemala. Today, the Central American country is like her second home.


  • In General
    Employee awards and honors.


  • What's Happening
    Events around the MGH


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