The new Mass general Learning Laboratory underscores Mass General’s recognition of simulation’s importance as a strategy to enhance healthcare education and patient safety.
At a time of soaring nationwide demand for primary care physicians, Massachusetts General Hospital is trying to train new ones and hold onto veteran doctors.
The past is only part of the story at Mass General’s Paul S. Russell, MD, Museum of Medical History and Innovation.
In making education one of its primary missions, the Paul S. Russell, MD, Museum of Medical History and Innovation is carrying on a tradition that began when the founders of Massachusetts General Hospital began raising money to build the institution more than two centuries ago.
A Mass General nursing residency program sought to empower and inspire nurses and improve care for older adult patients and other patients nearing the end of their lives.
Five hundred miles from Boston, nurses at a small hospital on the Canadian border participate via the web in nursing grand rounds at Massachusetts General Hospital.
A new program puts freshly minted doctors on the front lines of fields they learned little about in med school — but are of critical and growing importance in medicine.
Pediatric surgeon Francisco Cigarroa, MD, trained at Mass General, then went on to a prolific career in medicine in his native Texas. But that was just his start. Now, he’s running the sprawling University of Texas system.
It’s 8:20 on a Friday morning, and surgical resident Jennifer LaFemina, MD, is in Massachusetts General Hospital’s operating room number 10, alongside attending thoracic surgeon, Henning Gaissert, MD, and the rest of the operating room (OR) team. In this, her […]