Explore What the MGH Institute Has to Offer You
In higher education, invisible labor refers to professors that possess knowledge and skills deeply informed by their identity who assist students and alumni in navigating the challenges of campus life and beyond; undertaking many forms of undervalued or unnoticed labor as well as assisting institutions themselves with pursuing their equity goals, without recognition or compensation for it as part of their formal roles. The MGH Institute is acknowledging the countless hours of student guidance and mentoring by faculty of color and taking steps to correct the problem.
A graduate school focused exclusively on the health professions
MGH Institute of Health Professions is an innovative graduate school with a mix of post-baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral degrees in genetic counseling, health professions education, nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy, physician assistant studies, rehabilitation sciences, and speech-language pathology. We also offer online prerequisites and continuing and professional development for lifelong learning. We prepare students for careers, all within the top 50 jobs for 2021 as ranked by US News & World Report. These jobs pay well, are challenging, provide career growth...and are in demand.
Access to world-class health care facilities
Interactive, high-tech classrooms, simulation labs with high-fidelity manikins, and five on-campus client centers allow you to apply what you are learning right away. Plus, the MGH Institute is part of Mass General Brigham, one of the nation’s top health care systems which includes Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Collaborate with colleagues across the health professions
All of our programs take an interprofessional approach to learning, giving you the competencies needed to be a leader in your field and an effective member of a high-performing, health care team.
Faculty members engage in original clinical research aimed at improving the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of human disorders and disabilities. Opportunities exist for students to work closely with faculty working on a range of cutting-edge topics.