Alex Keuroghlian, MD, MPH provides an overview of care for transgender and gender diverse communities. He discusses inequities within a gender minority stress framework and proposes culturally responsive clinical practices for building inclusive, affirming and trauma-informed care environments.
Healthy habits: The MGH Diabetes Self-Management Education Program hosted its annual World Diabetes Day awareness event on Nov. 14. This year’s event included a table at the MGH Revere HealthCare Center where patients, visitors and staff were invited to stop to learn more about diabetes. Pictured below, from left, Linnea Borden, Antonio Nascimento, Kawtar Wahman and Danielle Daly, Population Health coordinators; Chucks Eze, Revere practice manager; and Asmaa Sahrour, senior Population Health coordinator.
- Press Release
- Oct | 15 | 2021
‘Superhuman, but never enough’: Essay details inequities experienced by Black women physicians in the United States
A long history of discrimination against Black women physicians persists and contributes to their underrepresentation in medicine, argue physician-scientist Fatima Cody Stanford and her coauthors.
- Oct | 12 | 2021
Blocking serum- and glucocorticoid-regulated kinase may overcome insulin resistance, a hallmark of the disease.
- Oct | 1 | 2021
Cindy Diggs, community and cultural engagement manager at Mass General, was named the 2021 Peace MVP by the Mass Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence, honoring her dedication to being an activist for peace and economic security in Boston neighborhoods.
- Sep | 30 | 2021
Blum Center Program: Removing Barriers While Remaining Resilient in One’s Recovery During Uncertain Times
In this program from September 30, 2021, our recovery coaches review the tools they used for themselves and their participants to help them maintain their recovery. They also share lessons learned through the COVID-19 pandemic in recovery resilience and how they can be applied to uncertain times.
- Sep | 15 | 2021
We are pleased to announce that the Mass General was named the number one employer of high school students in Boston for 2021.