Otolaryngologist Eduardo Corrales examines a patient during a multidisciplinary clinic held weekly in the Neurosciences Center.
Crafted by a woodworking class, the footstools are available for postpartum patients to use while breastfeeding during their maternity stays in the Mary Horrigan Connors Center for Women and Newborns (CWN).
BWH and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) researchers are using artificial intelligence to detect ovarian cancer early and accurately with a simple blood test.
Cervita Jackson had a gut feeling something wasn’t right when an unscheduled visitor stepped out of the elevator on CWN 9 a few weeks ago.
S.A.F.E. Response provides members of the care team with a clinical response option instead of a Code Grey when spotting changes in behavior, coping or mental status of a patient, family member or visitor.
News about upcoming hospital events, campaigns and other timely information for staff