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  • A. Lee Osterman, MD

    Thursday, February 22, 2018

  • John Kennedy, MD

    Thursday, February 15, 2018

  • Updates in General Internal Medicine for Specialists 2018

    Monday, January 29, 2018

    In this special program, Harvard Medical School's leading clinical faculty, representing more than 30 fields of medicine, share updates and provide recommendations to ensure you are current with the recent advances in general medicine that impact the specialist's approach to day-to-day practice, clinical decisions, and patient care.
  • Lawrence Gulotta, MD

    Thursday, November 30, 2017

  • Paul Arnold, MD

    Thursday, November 16, 2017

  • Neurological Emergencies

    Thursday, November 9, 2017

    Designed for clinicians in the fields of Emergency Medicine, Neurology, Critical Care, Hospital Medicine, Urgent Care, and Internal/Family Medicine, this program provides state-of-the-art approaches to quickly and effectively diagnose a neurological emergency. New Algorithms to Rapidly Evaluate Headaches * Dizziness * Back Pain * Weakness * Coma * Delirium * Seizures * Stroke * TIA * Head Injury
  • Brian Donley, MD

    Thursday, October 26, 2017

  • K. Donald Shelbourne, MD

    Thursday, October 19, 2017

  • Primary Care Internal Medicine

    Monday, October 16, 2017

    Among HMS's highest-rated CME courses, this program covers a wide range of best practices and innovations in primary care. It focuses on the most clinically relevant components of and advances in internal medicine to enable better primary care decision making. Customize your learning experience with 48 knowledge- and skills-building workshops.
  • Dual Energy CT 2017: Focused Review of an Emerging Technology with Novel Clinical Applications

    Friday, October 13, 2017

    Dual energy CT (DECT) is an emerging technology that has shown tremendous potential to enhance diagnosis & tissue characterization, resulting in improved patient care. The educational objective of this intensive, 1.5 day course is to provide a comprehensive, focused review of the major basic & advanced principles of DECT scanning in the evaluation, treatment, and management of acutely & chronically ill patients.

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Hotline

Stories in the 07/21/2017 edition of Hotline

Each week, MGH Hotline reports important news within the Massachusetts General Hospital community featuring employees and initiatives that focus on bettering the future of clinical care, research and training.

  • Model mission

    For the past four years, David R. King, MD, has made it his mission within Boston and area communities to host bleeding control training programs. Now, King plans to train all MGH staff in the proper use of tourniquets – a first-of-its-kind program in Massachusetts and a model for the United States.

  • Juggling child rearing and research

    It seemed especially fitting when Esther Freeman, MD, PhD, of the Department of Dermatology/Global Health Dermatology, led her newborn baby Imogen into the June 15 luncheon celebrating the ability for women to be both successful researchers and mothers.

  • Profiles in Education: James "Kimo" Takayesu

    This profile is part of a series designed to highlight the importance and impact of the hospital’s teaching mission and the work of the MGH Executive Committee on Teaching & Education (ECOTE). James “Kimo” Takayesu, MD, is the departmental simulation officer and assistant residency director in Emergency Medicine

  • The future of health care

    The Partners HealthCare Biobank recently unveiled two interactive research kiosks at the MGH, located in both the Wang and Yawkey 2 lobbies, to raise awareness of the Biobank throughout the hospital community.

  • Make your own luck

    During a June 13 event hosted by the Association of Multicultural Members of Partners (AMMP) and the MGH Training and Workforce Development Office, more than 20 employees participated in roundtable discussions; posing questions to hospital administration staff, seeking advice and learning about various career paths

  • Ready for the Race

    “Up until six years ago, I was one of the lucky ones,” says David Richter, co-chair of the Everyday Amazing Race. “My immediate family had never been touched by cancer.” Then, in 2011, Richter’s brother, Jake, was diagnosed with stage 3B melanoma and received treatment at the MGH Cancer Center.

  • New location for science education

    “3, 2, 1.”Amid cheers, bright camera flashes and excited children, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh helped cut the red ribbon, officially welcoming a new children’s museum to Boston. The Environmental Science, Discovery, and Action Museum celebrated its grand opening May 31 in MGH’s Building 114 in the Charlestown Navy Yard.

  • Research Roundup

    Research at the MGH is interwoven throughout more than 30 departments, centers and units, and is conducted with the support and guidance of the MGH Research Institute. The Research Roundup is a monthly series highlighting studies, news and events.

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Exhibits
Visitors can explore exhibits in the main gallery of the Paul S. Russell, MD Museum of Medical History and Innovation.

The Paul S. Russell, MD Museum of Medical History and Innovation tells the rich story of Mass General through interactive media displays, artifacts and photographs. You can learn about the hospital's important contributions to the medical field and see how these discoveries and advancements have shaped the present – and how the hospital can continue to shape the future of medicine.


The Russell Museum is dedicated to drawing connections between innovations spanning a period of more than 200 years – from the hospital’s charter in 1811 to present day. We encourage you to visit us for an experience that will inform, inspire and engage.

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