Faculty, staff, students and alumni in the greater IHP community are doing their part on the front lines, whether caring for patients, volunteering, improving existing techniques, and more. Below are examples of their thoughts and work.
Students in the Doctor of Occupational Therapy’s Class of 2020 had been looking forward for months to the program’s annual Scholarship Day. Scheduled for May 8, it was to be the capstone of their education. And it happened as planned. Well, mostly as planned.
Kevin Whitney, DNP ’15, NWH’s senior vice president of Patient Care Services and chief nursing officer, says being part of the Mass General Brigham system has played a big role in treating coronavirus patients.
The Institute has partnered with MGH Center for Cross-Cultural Student Emotional Wellness and the Let’s Talk! Conference at Harvard Graduate School of Education on webinar series to offer support to members of the IHP community at a time when Asian Americans are feeling particularly vulnerable...
When 2013 BSN graduate and oncology nurse Bridget McGowen volunteered to work with COVID-19 patients at Mass. General Hospital, she was unsure what to expect working on an ICU. Being paired with former classmate Maggie O’Rourke made things much easier.