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As couples, roommates and family members continue to be confined under the same roof, many people are facing new challenges in relationships. Being cooped up, and under higher levels of stress, can amplify underlying problems in many relationships. Married couple Jacqueline Olds, MD, and Richard Schwartz, MD, provide tips to keep relationships on track while quarantined.
During the early stages of its COVID-19 response efforts, the Massachusetts General Hospital Incident Command System activated its labor pool, redeploying clinical, non-clinical and administrative support to help meet the changing—and often challenging—dynamics raised by the coronavirus pandemic.
In this video, Dr. David Ryan chats with Dr. Inga Lennes, Senior Vice President for Service Excellence and Practice Improvement at the Massachusetts General Physicians Organization, and a lung cancer physician at the Mass General Cancer Center.
A 3D printing student and enthusiast, Eric Zhang, 11, launched an effort to ease the PPE need for health care workers battling COVID-19.
Alexy Arauz Boudreau, MD, medical director of the MassGeneral Hospital for Children Primary Care and Vandana Madhavan, MD, MPH, clinical director of Pediatric Infectious Disease, share tips for how to frame the conversation when you, your child or someone else in your household needs to be quarantined.
At the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, a team led by Barbara Smith, MD, PhD, director of the Mass General Breast Program and professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School, has developed a tool to help breast surgeons and administrators keep track of patients whose surgery has been delayed.
The Department of Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital is collecting and curating information to help clinical professionals stay up to date during the COVID-19 crisis
Florence Nightingale, a pioneer of nursing, was born on May 12, 1820. In celebration of her 200th birthday, the World Health Organization declared 2020 the “Year of the Nurse and Midwife.”
Clinicians from two hospitals in Boston report that the majority of even the sickest patients with COVID-19 get better when they receive existing guideline-supported treatment for respiratory failure.