Guest speaker Heidi Behforouz (second from right), with the family of the late James Winshall—wife, Gail Levine, and children Dan and Lisa
Beginning Dec. 1, BWH and BWFH personnel who are not vaccinated for influenza for any reason, including a medical reason, will be required to wear a surgical or procedural mask while they are in patients’ rooms or patient care areas.
Each year, in an effort to help Americans stop smoking, the American Cancer Society marks the third Thursday of November as the Great American Smokeout, a date for people to quit or make a plan to quit.
In a new study published in Mucosal Immunology, BWH researchers report that human breast milk serves as a reservoir for bio-molecules that help to resolve inflammation and combat infection.
Looking to shape the future of health care and develop solutions to the field’s vexing challenges, creative minds gathered in Cabot Atrium from Nov. 6 to 8 for the third annual BWH Hackathon.
This week’s Safety & Security Corner shares an update on de-escalation training across BWH.
BWH and the Department of Radiology mourn the loss of Anne Mazzella, a radiologic technologist, who died earlier this year.
News about upcoming hospital events, campaigns and other timely information for employees