From left: Lotus Award recipients Barbara Kalinowski, Maxine Rose, Cheri Blauwet and Margarette Marcelin, with Jackie Somerville
Adam Landman, MD, MS, MIS, MHS, has been named BWHC chief information officer (CIO), effective May 2.
In a new BWH study, researchers found that women who have performed rotating night shift work for more than 10 years had an increased risk of developing coronary heart disease compared to women who did not work rotating night shifts.
Frank Denaro, RN, is one of 39 BWH nurses being honored in The Boston Globe’s annual “Salute to Nurses” program, which recognizes nurses who provide patients with extraordinary care.
On April 19, BWHers attended a screening of the documentary film “States of Grace” and had the pleasure of meeting the subject of the film, Grace Dammann, MD, along with the film’s directors.
On April 30, the BWH Lung Center, BWH Center for Pulmonary Heart Disease and JazzBoston—a nonprofit advocacy organization for Greater Boston’s jazz community—teamed up with the Roxbury Tenants of Harvard (RTH) for the first “Good Music = Good Health Jazz Fair."
For Mother’s Day, we asked BWH moms and daughters to share how their bonds have grown while working together at the hospital.
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