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Currently Browsing:2019

  • Singular Exceptions

    Tuesday, January 22, 2019  Mass General

    Should primary care physicians be trained to spot unusual, medically important cases?

Currently Browsing:2018

  • Modulating Cell Fate as a Therapeutic Strategy

    Thursday, September 6, 2018  Mass General

    Publication co-authored by Dr. Alison Castle and Dr. Priya Srikanth influenced by their Pathways Consult Service case.

  • Charged podcast

    Sunday, June 10, 2018  Mass General

    Katrina Armstrong, MD, physician-in-chief at Massachusetts General Hospital, was the first guest on the Charged podcast.

  • Toward a Culture of Scientific Inquiry

    Thursday, January 4, 2018  Mass General

    A Perspective in the New England Journal of Medicine on the importance of programs like Pathways that creates linkages between unexplained patient presentations and scientific inquiry.

Multimedia

  • Resident Perspective

    Residents explain what happens during the two-week Pathways consults and discuss how having the time to think deeply about a single patient has impact.

  • Pathways Consult Service

    Learn how through the Department of Medicine’s exciting new initiative, the Pathways Consult Service, doctors at Mass General are taking a deeper dive into patients with unexplained symptoms and bringing insights gained at the bedside back to the lab bench.

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