MGH Hotline for Friday, October 11, 2013

  • Shaping the delivery of care

    For more than a decade, the MGH Patient and Family Advisory Councils have provided communication vehicles for patients and families to share their experiences.
  • Leadership meeting highlights

    During the Oct. 2 leadership meeting, MGH administration provided updates on three ongoing projects at the hospital.
  • Forty years of fellowships

    Current and former fellows and program mentors reunited Sept. 21 at the Liberty Hotel to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the MGH Administrative Fellowship Program.
  • MGHfC offers support groups for children

    Supportive groups at The MGHfC offer a safe place for siblings of a patient with a disability or for children who have experienced the death of someone close to them.
  • Mass General Marathon Team accepting applications

    Applications are now being accepted for the 2014 Mass General Marathon Team Fighting Kids’ Cancer ... One Step at a Time! Want to run, train and help kids with cancer?
  • ‘In the Aftermath of Violence’

    The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare and the Conference on Boston Teaching Hospitals will host “In the Aftermath of Violence: Caring for Others, Caring for Ourselves,” a series of special sessions for those who cared for patients following the Boston Marathon attacks.
  • Perfect Pass

    New England Patriots linebacker Dane Fletcher visited MassGeneral Hospital for Children’s inpatient units Oct. 8 as part of the Patriots Charitable Foundation’s Celebrate Volunteerism initiative.
  • New ad campaign tells Partners story

    “From-To.” That is the theme of the latest generation of a highly visible Partners advertising campaign. The ads illustrate how Partners is addressing health care’s toughest challenges through leadership and innovation, building the workforce of the future, and improving quality, access and affordability.
  • What's Happening: Oct. 11, 2013

    What's Happening: Oct. 11, 2013

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