Malnutrition Awareness Day Event, Sept. 24

Recognized nationally Sept. 23–27, Malnutrition Awareness Week aims to highlight the consequences of malnutrition on patient outcomes, including higher infection rates, poor wound healing, longer lengths of stay, higher frequency of readmission and increased health care costs. Stop by an information table on Tuesday, Sept. 24, 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m., in Miller Atrium, Shapiro Cardiovascular Center (second floor), to learn more. Sponsored by the Brigham Nutrition Committee.

Upcoming Stop the Bleed Training Sessions

The Brigham will host a series of training sessions to teach bystanders how to respond to someone experiencing uncontrolled bleeding. Monday, Sept. 30, 3–4 p.m., in the Zinner Breakout Room, and Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2–3 p.m. in the Hale Building for Transformative Medicine (room 02006B). Registration is required. Open to faculty, staff and the public. For questions or to register, email For more information about the Stop the Bleed campaign, visit

Student Success Jobs Program Seeks Mentors

The Student Success Jobs Program (SSJP) exposes Boston high school students to health care careers while providing academic and professional growth opportunities. SSJP students are matched with Brigham mentors who offer authentic work experiences, exposure to career paths and an understanding of how their profession contributes to our mission. You can be a part of this program as a mentor by accepting a student to work in your department for seven to 10 hours each week during the school year. Students are paid and supported through the Center for Community Health and Health Equity. Contact Ted Cullinane at to learn more.

Apply to Run the Boston Marathon with Stepping Strong

Run the 2020 Boston Marathon with the Brigham Stepping Strong Marathon Team and become part of an inspired community dedicated to transforming outcomes for civilian and military trauma patients in Boston and around the world. Funds raised benefit The Gillian Reny Stepping Strong Center for Trauma Innovation at the Brigham. To learn more and apply, visit or email


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