January 27, 2016 Combating Mental Illness Stigma
Students Hear How Understanding Mental Illness Can Make Them Better Practitioners
Kristin Stiles-Hall addresses students, while Eliza Williamson looks on, at the 2016 Caldwell Interprofessional Rounds.
People with mental illness often are misunderstood, even by health professionals. That’s why the personal accounts given .... More
January 26, 2016 On Improving Health Care Education
Diane Jette to Give Prestigious Pauline Cerasoli Lecture at APTA's 2016 CSM
Diane Jette, PT, DSc, FAPTA, associate chair and professor in the Department of Physical Therapy, will deliver the prestigious Pauline Cerasoli Lecture at the American Physical Therapy Association’s 2016 Combined Section Meeting in Anaheim, California.
Jette’s lecture on February 19, entitled "Unflattening," .... More
January 12, 2016 Future Researchers On Campus
Collaboration with Brigham and Women’s Hospital Brings Future Health Care Researchers to Campus
They arrived on the MGH Institute campus in early summer as interns, three rising college sophomores who have participated in the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Student Success Jobs Program. Ten weeks later, Bryan Saint-Louis, Karan Patel, and Ewelina Stanek left with a much better sense of .... More
January 11, 2016 Championing Dignity & Respect
Championing Dignity and Respect
The MGH Institute is participating in the annual national Dignity & Respect campaign that encourages the school’s faculty, staff, and 1,400 students to do their part to make the world a better place for all to live – including all our differences.
January 08, 2016 Global Health From a Nursing Perspective
Textbook by Three Faculty Focuses on Global Health From a Nursing Perspective
It was a few years ago that three faculty members in the School of Nursing realized there was no comprehensive textbook that detailed nursing’s contributions to global health efforts. So (l-r) Suellen Breakey, More
December 18, 2015 Tackling the Opiate Epidemic
Tackling the Opiate Epidemic
School of Nursing Instructor Donna White talking to Hope House Director Fred Newton. She brings students to the Boston sober house to see the devastating effects of people becoming addicted to opiates.
By Lawrence Harmon
It wasn’t until Cara Brown went to Hope House as part of .... More