MGH Hotline for Friday, August 29, 2014

  • Overcoming organ donation obstacles

    The MGH and the New England Organ Bank are critical allies in increasing organ donation.
  • Head games – the impact of concussions

    As fall sports commence, Walter Panis, MD, of the MassGeneral Hospital for Children Sports Concussion Clinic and the MGH Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Service, explains the ins and outs of concussions.
  • Hausman Fellowship – a model for diversity

    The Hausman Fellowship program launched in 2007 with only one fellow. The following year, there were just three. But at the Aug. 22 graduation ceremony in the Haber Conference Room, 16 fellows were honored.
  • Let the giving begin

    Following the June introduction of Operation 5,000, a successful new fundraising event, the My Giving Helps: The MGH Fund + United Way employee campaign will launch its annual drive with a celebration under the Bulfinch tent on Sept. 3.
  • The thrill of the drill

    Thirteen MGH staff members recently traveled to Palo Alto, California, to participate in a mock humanitarian disaster at the Stanford Medical Campus.
  • Determined to succeed

    The Aspire Adult Internship Program at the Lurie Center for Autism helps adults gain valuable experience in the work world.
  • Camp comes to the kids

    Summer may be coming to a close for some but not for patients at MassGeneral Hospital for Children.
  • What's Happening: Aug. 29, 2014

    What's Happening: Aug. 29, 2014

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