MGH Hotline for Friday, October 3, 2014

  • ABC to film documentary at MGH

    ABC News will begin filming a documentary series, tentatively titled “Golden Hour,” at the MGH on Oct. 6.
  • Ebola: Separating fact from fiction

    Recently, the MGH Center for Global Health convened members of the MGH community for a seminar discussing a range of issues related to the Ebola outbreak, including the latest research, hospital preparedness and reports from the field.
  • Goldstein named surgeon-in-chief of MGHfC

    Allan M. Goldstein, MD, FACS,has been named chief of Pediatric Surgery and surgeon-in-chief of MassGeneral Hospital for Children, effective Oct. 1.
  • Kit available for opioid overdoses

    To help prevent opioid overdose deaths, any MGH patient now can request intranasal Naloxone without a prescription at the MGH Outpatient Pharmacy in Boston or Revere.
  • Calling all runners to the 2015 Boston Marathon

    The MGH is now accepting applications for the 119th Boston Marathon, which will be held on April 20, 2015.
  • Tackling obesity early

    Elsie Taveras, MD, MHP, chief of the Division of General Pediatrics and director of Pediatric Population Health Management addresses the prevalence of obesity in children during a Sept. 30 lecture – “Obesity Among Racial/Ethnic Minority Children: The Importance of Prevention in Early Life.”
  • What's Happening: Oct. 3, 2014

    What's Happening: Oct. 3, 2014
  • Tarbell receives multiple honors

    Nancy Tarbell, MD, has been selected to receive the Association of American Medical Colleges’ 2014 Women in Medicine Leadership Development Award and one of three 2014 Gold Medals bestowed by the American Society of Radiation Oncology.

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