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Combating Racial Injustice

group participates in office of diversity, equity and inclusion event at African american museum

The MGH Institute continues having difficult—but necessary— conversations about the country’s second pandemic.

Post-Professional OTD Program Begins

Photo of PP-OTD class

The first cohort of the new MGH Institute of Health Professions post-professional Doctor of Occupational Therapy program begins this fall with 10 occupational therapists who will be pursuing the profession’s highest degree.

9th Annual Community Day Goes Virtual

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The MGH Institute’s ninth Annual Community Day took place as scheduled this year. But there was a twist. All of the activities, aimed at serving local nonprofits and building community between students, took place virtually.

Climate Center Joins National Education Initiative

Nurses Climate Challenge

The MGH Institute’s Center for Climate Change, Climate Justice, and Health has joined the Nurses Climate Challenge, a national campaign led by Health Care Without Harm and the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments.

Faculty to Research Effects of COVID-19 

Nara Gavini

Twenty faculty members will use eight seed grants distributed by the Research Operations Committee to research the effects of the coronavirus on health care. It is hoped that these grants will develop into external grant proposals for translational research with the goal of tapping into the...

Ladd, Reidy Receive Highest Nursing Honor

Pat Reidy (left) and Elissa Ladd

School of Nursing professors Elissa Ladd and Patricia Reidy have been named Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN), the organization's highest honor. Nurses are named Fellows for their significant contributions to health and health care.