Through her clinical work and research, Jessica Savage, MD, MHS, is trying to discover the causes of the dramatic rise in the number of people diagnosed with food allergy during the past 20 years.
MLSC grant distinguishes BWH as a microbiome leader in new collaborative center with the Forsyth Institute, Boston Children’s Hospital and the Harvard Digestive Diseases Center.
BWHC President Betsy Nabel, MD, shares a personally revealing story that shows how the limits of knowledge can be a weakness and how accepting our ignorance can be a strength.
By making small but important changes, teams are improving outcomes, shortening length of stay and decreasing complication rates for patients.
New site features patient stories, clinical trials and resources
Simulations in BWH’s Center for Labor and Birth are preparing staff for real-world emergencies involving expecting mothers.
About 14,000 staff members throughout BWH, BWFH and DFCI are receiving training and preparing for this monumental transition as the implementation date rapidly approaches.
This month, we asked those in the BWH community to tell us more about what motivated them to run in the 2015 Boston Marathon.
Rachael A. Clark, MD, PhD; Leonardo Riella, MD, PhD; Arash Mostaghimi, MDA, MPA; Stephen Chan, MD, PhD
“A Physician’s Guide to Pain and Symptom Management in Cancer Patients” Author: Janet L.…
Collaborative training program with Harvard Business School will develop next generation of BWHC leaders
James Rathmell, MD, MS; James Tulsky, MD; Edward Benz Jr., MD; David E. Cohen, MD, PhD; Seoyoung C. Kim, MD, ScD, MSCE; Daniel Muehlschlegel, MD, MMSc; Jessica Savage, MD, MHS
Watch the construction progress
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