The Codman Center for Clinical Effectiveness in Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital is committed to educating surgeons, residents and fellows about surgical outcomes in order to improve the quality of patient care.
The Codman Center provides research and educational opportunities for fellows and residents interested in improving quality and safety within the Mass General Department of Surgery.
Residents have the ability to propose research initiatives based on their interests and skills. Funding may be available for accepted proposals and the Codman Center will work with residents to identify suitable funding resources outside of Mass General.
Through these research initiatives, residents broaden their exposure to surgical outcomes research and expand their skills in quality and safety measurement and metric development. The Codman Center is committed to the future of safe patient care and invests in developing leaders within this field.
Research and Fellowship Opportunities
Mass General offers fellowships to individuals interested in improving quality and safety at all levels of leadership.
- Administrative Fellowship Program - a two-year program designed to provide health care professionals with essential hospital management and administration training in ambulatory care and inpatient settings
- Research Training in Alimentary Tract Surgery (T32 Fellowship) - a National Institute of Health-supported research fellowship that is sponsored jointly by the departments of surgery at Mass General, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at Harvard Medical School
- Surgical Education and Simulation Research Fellowship - a fellowship program that provides formal training in principles and methods of surgical education and research