John Peteet, MD, a psychiatrist at BWH and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, has been interested in the intersection of psychiatry, religion and spirituality for his entire career.
BWH’s second annual Clinical Innovation Day brought clinicians, scientists and business leaders together to share ideas for transforming patient care.
With a new organizational structure in place, BWH Pediatric Newborn Medicine is on its way to becoming a national leader in neonatal care.
Is treating insomnia another route to combating depression?
Watch the construction progress in action.
An uncommon occurrence: Three BWH internal medicine residents come from one high school in San Antonio, Texas.
This study's approach will integrate proven falls reduction strategies into a cohesive intervention that can be adopted by many health care systems.
A recent report from the Connors Center for Women’s Health and Gender Biology advocating for health equity in biomedical science garners federal attention.
Heidi Crim, RN, MSN; Jennifer Goldsmith, MS, MEd; Meryl LeBoff, MD; Annette Rubin
Greka lab recognized by NIH for research in therapeutics for glomerular kidney disease.
Lisa Lehmann, MD, PhD; Michael Coyne; Laurie E. Comstock, PhD; Robert Sackstein, MD, PhD
“Pulmonary Manifestations of Rheumatic Disease: A Comprehensive Guide” and
“Six Weeks to Love Running”
The Brigham Research Institute, along with Brigham Innovation Hub, held its "Shark Tank-style" competition where BWH scientists competed for funding for their novel research projects.
Under the Physician Payment Sunshine Act, CMS will publish reports in September on payments made to physicians by industry.
If you could have a superpower, what would it be and why?
The American Board of Internal Medicine announced new appointments and model for its Specialty Board and Exam Committees.
BWHC leadership team headed to Wisconsin to visit the headquarters of Epic, the health care software company working with Partners to develop and implement Partners eCare.
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