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Congrats, Grads! Celebrating Student Success Jobs Program Graduates

As a shy and unsure high school sophomore beginning her BWH internship through the Student Success Jobs Program (SSJP) three years ago, Laureen Chalumeau froze when her supervisor instructed her to make her first phone call to a patient for an appointment reminder.

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Study: Opioids Following C-Section May Be Over-Prescribed

In a new study, BWH researchers found that patients who have undergone a cesarean delivery are prescribed twice as many opioid pills as they want or ultimately take.

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A 16-Gallon Milestone: Brigham Nurse Among Top Blood Donors

Since he began working at the Brigham in 1987, James Gosnell, RN, has donated blood a total of 137 times – the equivalent of more than 16 gallons of blood.

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‘I Love Helping Others’: BWH Research Assistant Has Passion for Volunteering

When Ben Coiner isn’t working in the Department of Psychiatry, chances are he’s spending his free time volunteering with several organizations close to his heart, including BWH’s Post-Anesthesia Care Unit. BWH Bulletin recently interviewed Coiner about his commitment to volunteering.

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B.A.A. 10K Raises $318K for Brigham Health Causes

Supporting causes near and dear to their hearts, hundreds of runners representing BWH and BWFH raced through Back Bay during the Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) 10K on June 25.

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Bulletin Bullets

News about upcoming hospital events, campaigns and other timely information for staff