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BWH Clinical Ethics Case Review

BWH Clinical Ethics Case Review, a monthly newsletter, is published by the BWH Office of Clinical Ethics. Each issue highlights a BWH case that posed an ethical problem for a patient, family members and/or caregivers, leading to an ethics consultation and BWH Ethics Committee discussion.

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Q&A: Expanded Access to Care, Beyond Boston

For nearly a decade, BWH has partnered with community hospitals in Rhode Island to offer advanced cardiac care in local settings.

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Tai Chi for Parkinson’s Disease

Peter Wayne, PhD, is exploring an innovative yet ancient way to treat the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.

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Faculty Road Show: “Responding to Challenges in the Current Health Care Environment”

Senior leaders have been meeting with physicians and other staff to discuss the challenges of the current financial environment. Find out what questions are on our faculty’s minds.

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What’s on Your Summer Reading List?

What's on your summer reading list?

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The National Sleep Research Resource: A Model for Big Data Sharing

The National Sleep Research Resource offers the research community open access to large, multi-dimensional sleep data.

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Next Generation: Amplifying Residents’ Voices through “The House”

Next Generation is a BWH Clinical & Research News (CRN) column penned by students, residents, fellows and postdocs. This month’s column is written by Daniel Weisberg, MD, a third-year resident in the Internal Medicine Residency Program.

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What’s New in Research – July 2017

New research on HIV; brain development and socieconomics; microRNAs and brain cancer; why we get diarrhea and more.

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The New Wave of Imaging Technology in Medicine

Jayender Jagadeesan, PhD, and the National Center for Image-Guided Therapy explore the ways augmented, mixed and virtual reality can be used in medicine.

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Transitions

Comings, Goings & Promotions

Paula Squires; Sabrina Williams; Bill Churchill, Karen Lemaire; Nish Acharya; Lesley Solomon

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BWH Bookshelf

When Doctors Don’t Listen: How to Avoid Misdiagnoses and Unnecessary Tests Joshua Kosowksy, MD,…

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In Case You Missed it

Bite-sized news for busy clinicians and researchers