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A Call for the IHP Community to Confront Inequality, Injustice, and Health Disparities

Those reading this column are no doubt as disturbed, dismayed, and disheartened as I am by the seemingly relentless acts of violence in our society, too many of which reflect the persistent racism and injustice that have continued to plague more »

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Ending and Beginning

Everything in nature is awake with bright hues! The grass is green, the sky brilliant blues! The birds sing to us a joyful song. The nights are warm and the days are long. The warm breeze is alive with flowers’ more »

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Creating a Continuously Learning Health System Through Technology: A Call to Action

MGH Institute President Janis P. Bellack, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF and MGH Institute Board Chair George E. Thibault, MD The following is an excerpt from an op-ed published in the January 2016 issue of the Journal of Nursing Education. In more »

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Looking Forward to the New Academic Year

Once again, summer is drawing to a close as we prepare for the 2015–2016 academic year and the first day of classes on September 14. More than 200 new students will arrive next week for orientation as they begin their more »

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Dignity & Respect Month at the Institute

For the second consecutive year, January has been designated as Dignity and Respect month at the Institute. As part of its role in providing leadership for assuring an inclusive and welcoming environment to all, the Institute’s Diversity Council has formally more »

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Thoughts on Outgoing Partners HealthCare President and CEO Dr. Gary Gottlieb’s Interest in the MGH Institute

As many of you are aware, Dr. Gary Gottlieb, president and CEO of Partners HealthCare, has decided to step down next July to become CEO of Partners in Health, a nationally recognized global health organization. For many of us, the more »

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Welcome to the 2014-2015 Academic Year


Once again, summer is drawing to a close as we prepare for the 2014-2015 academic year and the first day of classes on September 8. This week, 242 new students arrived to begin their respective programs in Communication Sciences and more »

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The Vital Role of Health Professionals in a Crisis

On a beautiful sunny day in April, countless lives were touched and, for some, irretrievably altered by the horrific and senseless bombings that marked an abrupt and gruesome ending to this year’s Boston Marathon, and shook the foundations of our community. more »

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