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What can we achieve with Interprofessional Continuing Education?

“Interprofessional continuing education (IPCE) is when members from two or more professions learn with, from, and about each other to enable effective collaboration and improve health outcomes.” (ACCME, ACPE,ANCC, 2015) In April, 2016, the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, more »

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Happy PA Week!

Happy PA Week from your newly accredited MGH Institute PA program! The PA profession was “born” in the mid-1960s thanks to the vision of Dr. Eugene Stead and the skills and commitment of the veterans, corpsmen and medics, who took more »

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Posted in Physician Assistant Studies

Add Medical Interpreters to the Health Care Team

* This article originally appeared on AAPA’s PAs Connect blog. We need to expand our definition of healthcare team when it comes to patients with limited English proficiency. I was reminded of this after reading a March 17 article on more »

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A Prognosis for mHealth

The Epocrates 2013 Mobile Trends report was published a few months ago and its results support the burgeoning notion that, in the not too distant future, mobile devices will be ubiquitous in healthcare practices around the world. It’s no wonder more »

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Posted in Tech it out!

Greetings from Manipal, India!

Welcome to our first stab at group blogging for the IHP! We are four students and one professor traveling to India on an international immersion experience. We are all 3rd year Direct Entry Nursing students; we are here with the more »

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Posted in Global Health, India Scholars 2014, Nursing

Shout Out to PT Professionals for National Physical Therapy Month

2013 National Physical Therapy Month

A note from Alex: It is National Physical Therapy Month. I am interrupting the series on “The Impact of Impact” and will follow up with Part III soon. In the meantime I wanted to acknowledge National Physical Therapy Month with more »

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Posted in Provost Blog

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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Posted in President's Perspective

TB/HIV Drug Adherence Presentation

This morning (June 12th), I had my presentation on TB/HIV drug adherence for nurses at the outpatient department. I started my presentation with questions on what the nurses think the main reasons are why patients default from the medication regimen.  more »

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Posted in Zulu Scholars 2013

Attempting to Reciprocate

2013/06/07 ( South African entry of the date). One of the ways we’re attempting to thank our hosts for their kindness in allowing us to observe care in their clinics and medical units is to help them with the transfer more »

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