Run the Falmouth Road Race with the Brigham

Were you one of the lucky ones who secured a bib for the iconic Falmouth Road Race on Sunday, Aug. 18? If so, join the Brigham team and run with purpose in support of an area at Brigham Health that is meaningful to you. If you missed out on a bib, don’t worry — you can still run by joining the Brigham team. Email for more information or go to to learn more.

Patient Safety Culture Survey

If you are in a patient-facing role, you have received an email from Pascal Metrics Support with a link to our Brigham Patient Safety Culture survey. Please take 10 minutes to complete this confidential survey if you have not done so already. Your feedback will help leadership better understand the current culture of safety at the Brigham, identify areas for improvement and assess the effectiveness of our improvement efforts. Visit to learn more.

Free Melanoma/Skin Cancer Screenings

The Brigham is teaming up with Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Blum Van, which offers sun safety resources, skin cancer-related information and full-body screenings by a Brigham dermatologist. No appointment is needed. Upcoming screenings include Monday, June 24, 10 a.m.–2 p.m., at Carson Beach in South Boston; Thursday, July 11, 10 a.m.–2 p.m., at Revere Beach; and Friday, July 19, 10:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m., at Nahant Beach. View the full schedule.

HMS Clinical Bioethics Course, June 12–14

The Harvard Medical School Center for Bioethics is offering continuing education credits to physicians and nurses for participating in the Clinical Bioethics Course. The course prepares physicians, ethics consultants, nurses and risk managers to serve on clinical ethics committees, perform clinical ethics consultations and better address ethics questions in medical care. Harvard affiliates are eligible to receive a substantial discount. June 12–14 at Harvard Medical School’s Tosteson Medical Education Center, 260 Longwood Ave. To register, call 617-432-2570 or email

Brigham Veterans Luncheon, June 25

Brigham Health faculty and staff who have served in the U.S. military are invited to a luncheon to listen, share and build our veteran community. Hosted by Tim Ewing, PhD, vice president of Employee Diversity, Inclusion and Experience; Eric Goralnick, MD, MS, medical director of Emergency Preparedness and the Access Center; and David Johnson, project analyst in the Department of Medicine. Tuesday, June 25, noon–1 p.m., in the Thorn 13 conference room. Registration is required. RSVP here.