MGH Hotline for Friday, February 17, 2012

  • A heartfelt surprise

    John and Stacey Morelli have had many meals together in the 15 years they’ve been married.
  • Welcoming Latino medical students

    The MGH Multicultural Affairs Office (MAO) welcomed nearly 80 members of the Latino Medical Students Association to the MGH Feb. 3 as a kick-off to the group’s seventh annual national conference at Harvard Medical School.
  • Charting the course for the future

    Whether a nurse administering medication using eMAR or an admitting coordinator registering a patient in PATCOM, many day-to-day operations at the MGH are conducted electronically. Next on the horizon is the Acute Care Documentation (ACD) project – also known as e-chart – an innovative, computerized documentation system for inpatient clinical assessments, notes and flowsheet data.
  • Leadership meeting highlights

    MGH supervisors and managers convened for a leadership meeting on Feb. 14, Valentine’s Day, to get to the heart of important hospital matters – from recent capacity challenges to preparations for the upcoming Joint Commission survey.
  • Lost something? Check with Police and Security

    With thousands of people coming in and out of the MGH each day – whether staff with busy schedules or patients with health concerns weighing on their minds – it is not uncommon for an individual to misplace a personal item.
  • Mentoring future scientists

    “What is the effect of the release angle on the distance a baseball travels?” “What is the effect of different light filters on the heat produced by the light?” “What is the effect of odor on the attraction of fruit flies?”
  • Honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

    While events and celebrations to honor Martin Luther King Jr. help keep his legacy alive, there also remains a need to actively uphold the principles for which the civil rights leader stood.
  • In General: Feb. 17, 2012

    In General: Feb. 17, 2012

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