Closing the MGH Institute physical campus and moving all classroom instruction online in March because of the coronavirus pandemic did not prevent students in the accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) program from reaching the Institute’s highest first-time pass rate on the...
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.
MGH Institute of Health Professions is among the sponsors of Lyman Whitaker’s Wind on Water temporary sculpture exhibit in the Charlestown Navy Yard. The 31 sculptures, hosted by the Charlestown Navy Yard Garden Association, will be on display through May 2021.
The Center for Climate Change, Climate Justice, and Health’s recent webinar discussed how the coronavirus pandemic has exposed the connection between climate change and racial injustice in the country.
Dr. Patricia Lussier-Duynstee is among four School of Nursing faculty who are being named emerita this year. After working closely with Pat, Dean of Student and Alumni Services Dr. Jack Gormley has written a personal note of gratitude to Pat as she begins her retirement.
Dr. Anthony Jack, an assistant professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a sociologist of poverty and inequality, discussed racialized experiences first-generation, low-income college students of color encounter at the Spring 2020 Baugh Visiting Faculty Scholar Lecture.