September 10, 2014 New Faculty On Campus
New Faculty on Campus
Twenty-one new faculty members are among the more than 100 academics who will educate over 1,400 full- and part-time students during the 2014-2015 academic year which began September 8.
During the past nine years, the number of full-time faculty has almost doubled – as has the student population – to accommodate the growing interest as more people .... More
September 08, 2014 Academic Year Begins
2014-2015 Academic Year Begins
Master of Science in Nursing direct-entry student JB Sweeney, right, with School of Nursing Clinical Assistant Professor Gail Gall, center, and fellow first-year student Kelly Evans at the annual new student BBQ.
Each of the approximately 250 new direct-entry students who begin classes at the MGH Institute on September 8 has a particular reason for .... More
September 04, 2014 Before Classes, an Assignment
A Pre-Class Assignment To Spur Discussion of Patient-Centered Care
Although classes don’t begin until September 8, more than 300 new students are already on campus and completing an assignment that will provide a unifying topic throughout the 2014-2015 academic year.
In preparation for this week’s orientation, students in the school’s direct-entry .... More
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.
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