Every second counts during an opioid overdose. Rapid administration of the drug naloxone – a fast-acting medication that can reverse an overdose – can mean the difference between life and death.
Joseph Curro, EdD, MBA, RRT, serves as the clinical and administrative lead of Respiratory Care at BWH in collaboration with medical leadership, in addition to managing DFCI Respiratory Therapy staff.
Cynthia Neider oversees all administrative and operational aspects of BWH Connection, which ensures access to a full array of patient services at the Brigham.
Today, people use their phones for almost everything: ordering food, organizing finances or scheduling out their day-to-day tasks. Mobile devices are becoming the most used tool in people’s lives. But there is one area where mobile devices may be underused: research studies.
Hospital safety and security is everyone's responsibility. If you see suspicious activity, notify BWH Security and Police immediately at 617-732-6565.
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