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Nursing Research Shines at Karsh Scholars Day

Nurses presented posters and demonstrations throughout the hospital, sharing case studies, analyses, innovations and more.

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Meet the Winners of the Inaugural President’s Scholars Award

Four investigators with exceptional potential have been selected to receive $100,00 each year for three years to support their careers. CRN brings you fast facts to get to know each of them.

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Look Who’s Talking: Advice for Interns

What advice do you have for those about to begin intern year at the Brigham?

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Q&A: James Muller, MD, on Nuclear Weapons as a Health Threat

Brigham cardiologist James Muller, MD, shares why he sees nuclear war as humanity’s greatest health threat, how it intersects with cardiology and how he hopes to help the next generation of physician and student activists.

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Advice for Interns: Never Forget to Listen

This month’s column is written by Tracy Makuvire, MD, of the Internal Medicine Residency Program.

From left to right: Betsy Nabel, MD, Brigham Health president and event host; Joseph Loscalzo, MD, PhD, chair, Department of Medicine; Eugene Braunwald, MD, chair emeritus, Department of Medicine and guest of honor; Thomas H. Lee, MD, chief medical officer, Press Ganey; and Victor Dzau, MD, president of the National Academy of Medicine

In Photos: Dedication of the Eugene Braunwald Tower

Earlier this spring, friends, family and colleagues joined Eugene Braunwald, MD, to celebrate his distinguished career and the dedication of the Eugene Braunwald Tower.

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What’s New in Research: June 2019

Not fasting before cholesterol tests; 10,000 steps not needed to lower mortality; behold the bili-ruler; eliminating extend work shifts for resident physicians; heart attacks among young adults; neurological side effects of CAR-T therapy


Brigham Clinical Ethics Case Review

This issue of Brigham Clinical Ethics Case Review highlights a case in which a gastroenterologist felt conflicted about providing a procedure to a patient who had repeatedly engaged in self-harming behavior.

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Brigham Bookshelf: June 2019

Recently published books by Brigham authors


In Case You Missed It: June 2019

Bite-sized news for busy clinicians and researchers