Next Generation: Combating Discrimination in the Medical Profession
Next Generation is a BWH Clinical & Research News (CRN) column penned by students, residents, fellows and postdocs. This month’s column is written by Altaf Saadi, MD, a chief resident in the Department of Neurology.
The Next Generation: Lessons in Empathy and Cross-Cultural Care
Nidhi (Rhea) Udyavar, MD, describes her work to improve cross-cultural communication between surgeons and patients through a new educational initiative
The Next Generation: Getting Real About Health Care Costs
Health care costs are in the national news. Ravi Parikh, MD, shares what he’s seen happening at a much more local level, as patients struggle when prescribed high-cost medications and as his mentors at BWH strive to keep costs and spending low.
The Next Generation: Stories That Heal
Narrative medicine is a growing field within medicine that allows physicians and trainees to tell the lesser-told stories, writes Ersilia M. DeFilippis, MD.
The Next Generation: A New Beginning for Interventional Radiology
This month’s "Next Generation" column is written by Liwei Jiang, MD, BWH’s first interventional radiology resident.
The Next Generation: Getting to the Core of Anesthesiology
Next Generation is a CRN column penned by students, residents, fellows and postdocs. This month’s column is written by M. Alice Vijjeswarapu, MD.
Knowing When to Ask for Help: Thoughts From a New Intern
Joshua Jolissaint, MD, a first-year resident in the BWH General Surgery Residency program, discusses the balancing act of graduated autonomy, patient safety and escalation of care that interns face.
Next Generation: Thoughts on Wellness From a BWH Physician-Athlete
Claire Twark, MD, is a third-year psychiatry resident at BWH and is interested in general adult psychiatry, sports psychiatry and addiction psychiatry.
Bridging the Islands of Heart and Lung Medicine
Bradley Wertheim, MD, shares insights gained from working across the boundaries of two academic specialties
BWH Experts Forge Connections with Entrepreneurs to Drive Innovation
The Brigham Research Institute has partnered with the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council to facilitate collaborations between clinical and research experts at BWH and local biomedical startups
Helping Postdocs Succeed at Grant Writing
Andrei Avanesov, PhD, a postdoctoral fellow in the Gladyshev lab, describes the launch of the Grant Writing Circle Pilot, a new resource for postdocs
The Changing Health Care Landscape: Transitions of Care Initiatives
Two second-year pharmacy residents explore how pharmacists can contribute to the multidisciplinary efforts aimed at bridging the gap between ambulatory and inpatient care.
Next Generation: Helping Patients Triumph after Mastectomy
Next Generation is a BWH Clinical & Research News (CRN) column penned by students, residents, fellows and postdocs. This month’s column is written by Tatiana Kelil, MD, a third-year resident in the BWH Department of Radiology.
Next Generation: How An Unconventional Mentorship Program Has Taught and Inspired Me
Third-year medical student Cathy Hao describes her experience participating in the BWH Nursing-Medical Student Mentorship Program.
Next Generation: Hacking Health Care
Joao Ribas, a PhD student and research fellow shares his perspective on the 2015 Brigham Innovation Hub’s Hackathon.
Next Generation: The Search for Evidence in Everyday Medicine
Kyle Morawski, MD, shares why he joined the Center for Healthcare Delivery Sciences as a fellow.
Next Generation: Indian Health Service and Navajo Nation
Shubha Lakshmi Bhat, MD, an internal medicine resident at BWH, shares her experiences in global and humanitarian health.
Next Generation: Arriving and Thriving as a Postdoc
Center for Neurologic Diseases postdoc Chantal Kuhn describes her introduction to life at BWH and how she became part of the Mentoring Circles Program.
The Next Generation: Learning the Depth of “Whatever it Takes”
Alexi Matousek, MD, MPH, an Arthur Tracy Cabot Fellow and Global Health Equity in Surgery resident, reflects on his experience taking part in the training program managed by BWH’s Center for Surgery and Public Health.
The Next Generation: Advice for Interns
Elizabeth Richey, MD, who is starting her third year in BWH’s Internal Medicine Residency Program, reflects on her intern year and offers advice to incoming interns who recently began their training at BWH at the end of June.