Stories in the 03/01/2013 Issue of Hotline
This week marks 50 years of transplantation at the MGH. Since the first kidney transplant performed on Feb. 27, 1963, the MGH Transplant Center has revolutionized transplant medicine as an innovator in complex, life-saving techniques
The MGH Center for Global Health welcomed U.S. Army Lt. General P.K. Keen to discuss his command of the U.S. military’s relief efforts in Haiti as part of “Development and Defense: The Role of the U.S. Military in Global Health,” a seminar and panel discussion.
MGH hosts events in recognition of Patient Safety Awareness Week, which runs March 3 through 9.
Nearly 200 people gathered to celebrate the Year of the Snake as part of the MGH Chinese Scientist and Staff Association’s (CSSA) traditional Chinese Lunar New Year event.
From March 4 through March 7, four appraisers from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) will conduct a site visit as part of the MGH’s Magnet recognition redesignation process.
On Jan. 25, the MGH received the Presidents Award from the Greater Boston Business Council, the Boston area’s leading business group for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community.
Dr. Carol Johnson, superintendent of Boston Public Schools, spoke Feb. 15 at the Martin Luther King Jr. celebration hosted by Partners HealthCare and the MGH.
What's Happening: March 1, 2013
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