The Pandemic Pivot

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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.

The Pandemic Pivot

Shelby Lee Freed wears a face shield as she talks to someone through the window of a car

While the coronavirus pandemic has affected all aspects of the MGH Institute, the school has met this challenge and innovated in ways that will have a lasting impact on how students are educated.

NP Students Prepare for Telepractice

NP student framed by iPad

NP students are utilizing cutting-edge online Objective Structured Clinical Examinations to prepare for a future where telepractice is the norm, not the exception.

On the Front Lines of Efficient COVID-19 Patient Evaluations

Shelby Lee Freed, MSN '11, working with a COVID-19 patient at Oregon Health & Sciences University Hospital. PHOTO: Bradley W. Parks. Courtesy of Oregon Public Broadcasting.

Photo: Bradley W. Parks. Courtesy of Oregon Public Broadcasting.

Shelby Freed, a 2011 MSN graduate, used her experiences during the coronavirus pandemic to develop a more efficient way to evaluate and test COVID-19 patients at Oregon Health & Science University Hospital.

The Challenge of Caring for Newborns During COVID-19

Jennifer Duran

Jennifer Duran, a nurse at Massachusetts General Hospital and a student in the Institute’s Master of Health Professions Education program, says it’s emotionally hard seeing mothers and their newborns separated but is buoyed by happy outcomes.



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.