• August 18, 2014 Nursing to Pilot White Coat Event

    School of Nursing to Introduce White Coat Ceremony in September

    The School of Nursing is one of just 100 nursing schools across the country that will pilot a new White Coat ceremony in which the commitment to providing compassionate patient care will be reinforced to incoming nurse practitioner students.

    “By offering White Coat ceremonies, schools are sending a clear message to new nursing ....  More

  • August 12, 2014 34th Schweitzer Fellow Named

    Schweitzer Fellow Plan Will Provide Free Extended Care to Brain Injury Patients

    Jie (Kingsley) Yang in the Speech, Language and Literacy Center.

    Jie (Kingsley) Yang, PhD, will spend the next year as an Albert Schweitzer Fellow creating a sustainable program that will provide free rehabilitation service ....  More

  • July 31, 2014 Interprofessional Education Grant

    HRSA Grant Will be Used to Improve Interprofessional Education Learning

    Reidy, right, and Harvard Medical School Dr. Marya Cohen, are coordinating nurse practitioner and medical school students working together at MGH Chelsea Health Center as part of the Crimson Care Collaborative.


    Patricia ....  More

  • July 21, 2014 Making the Chronicle's Honor Roll


    MGH Institute is only Metro Boston college to make Honor Roll in 2014 Great Colleges to Work For® survey

    MGH Institute of Health Professions is the only school in Metro Boston named to the Honor Roll by T he Chronicle of Higher Education ....  More

  • July 17, 2014 Scholarships for High School Grads

    Three High School Grads from Charlestown Receive Scholarships from MGH Institute, Two Other Partners Affiliates

    Charlestown residents (L-R) Bridget Collier, Mather Hoyt, and Sheryl Lubin are the recipients of the 2014 Partners HealthCare Charlestown Merit Scholarship, awarded by Partners affiliates MGH ....  More

  • August 22, 2013 33rd IHP Student Named Schweitzer

    MGH Institute's 33rd Schweitzer Fellow to Help Older Adults Cope with Emergencies

    Jessica Eder is in the Master of Science in Nursing program in the School of Nursing.

    While working last fall with an elderly patient during the aftermath of the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy, Jessica Eder devised a project that would lead to her being named a More

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