Send Us Your Photos: Take a Stand Against Interpersonal Violence
Join us in taking a stand against interpersonal violence and highlighting the resources available to patients, community members and staff. Between Oct. 24 and Oct. 31, all staff are invited to participate in a new campaign, “Hope Lives Here,” and show their support.
United Way Campaign Kicks Off Oct. 31
How does winning New England Patriots tickets, Boston Red Sox tickets, a helmet signed by Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, a TV or many other raffle prizes sound? They’re all part of the Brigham’s 2018 campaign to benefit United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley.
Q&A: Reflections on Interactive Teaching, Learning from Trainees
Raymond Mak, MD, of the Department of Radiation Oncology, was honored with the 2018 Bernard Lown Teaching Award, which celebrates physicians who are outstanding clinical teachers.
Nationwide Study Finds Patients at Risk of Coverage Denial
During a medical emergency, the last thing anyone wants to worry about is their ability to pay for care. But according to a recent study by Brigham researchers, flawed insurance policies can result in denied coverage for patients visiting an emergency department (ED) based on their discharge diagnosis.
In Memoriam: Lynne A. Johnson, RT(R)(CV), Department of Radiology
Ms. Johnson worked at the Brigham for 42 years, most recently serving as a special procedures technologist in Angiography and Neuro-Interventional Radiology in the Michael J. Davidson, MD, Hybrid Operating Room and the AMIGO suite.
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