Stories in the 04/25/2014 Issue of Hotline
The MGH Research Scholars program was established in 2011 by ECOR and the MGH Research Advisory Council to provide innovative investigators with financial support allowing them to follow the science wherever it may lead.
On an average day in the city of Watertown, Mass., the police department fields 28 emergency 911 calls; however, on April 19, 2013, 566 calls to 911 were made within a few short hours during the shootout with the two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings and the ensuing manhunt.
A photograph on the wall and a framed bow tie in the MGH Blood Donor Center are small reminders of the late Allan Moore, MD, whose legacy continues to live on through the Allan Moore Medical Service Blood Donor Challenge, which will commence May 1.
Laurie O’Leary, a nurse practitioner at the MGH Chelsea HealthCare Center for 40 years, died April 17.
Understanding how to keep patients safe and provide high-quality care is a requirement to lead the nation in health care.
The 2014 Boston Marathon marked a triumphant return for the MGH marathon teams, which swelled to 230 runners and included 80 employees.
The Celebration of Science was held on April 2 in conjunction with the 67th annual meeting of the hospital’s Scientific Advisory Committee.
What's Happening: April 25, 2014
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