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Celebrating Our Veterans

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The MGH Institute community is fortunate to have an impressive group of faculty, staff, and students who have served our country as members of the United States Uniformed Services.

Compassionate Caregiving Through the Screen

Dr. Margaret Brown, an assistant professor in the School of Nursing, was among the panelists at the November 16 Schwartz Educational Rounds.

A panel of IHP faculty and other health care professionals discussed the impact of telepractice on the client relationship and the ability to build empathic and compassionate connections with patients and families at the second Schwartz Rounds of the semester.

Helping Veterans a Noble Calling for IHP Graduate

David Topor

Dr. David Topor, HPEd ’13, has received the 2020 Worthen Innovator Award from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for creating and hosting a webinar series that provides effective ways for health professions faculty to teach, supervise, and mentor health professional trainees at more than...

OT Faculty, Alumni, and Students Present at Conference

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A record 20 presentations – nearly double the nearest OT program competitor – were made by faculty, alumni, and students from the Department of Occupational Therapy during the Massachusetts Association for Occupational Therapy’s annual conference, held virtually October 26-30.

A Celebration of Cutting-Edge Research and Student Support

Michael Brenner

The collaboration between Dr. Jordan Green, director of the Speech and Feeding Disorders Lab, and Dr. Michael Brenner of Harvard University, to develop an app using artificial intelligence (AI) technology to help people with speech disorders communicate, was the highlight of the IHP fundraiser “...

A Capstone Project for the Podcast Era

Eliza du Pont

For OTD student Eliza du Pont, creating the “Bridging the Gap” podcast to do her capstone project has proved to be an ear full of interviews and information focused on social participation after a person has experienced a neurological injury.