Educating Physicians to be Leaders

December 5th, 2019

physician, Clinical Leadership, harvard medical school, medical director, physician leader

By: Erin Sullivan, PhD

 

This article originally appeared in HealthManagement.org

The connection between great leaders and successful[...]

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Mentorship: Not a One-Way Street

October 23rd, 2019

physician, Patient provider, mentorship

By: Johanna Vidal-Phelan, MD, MBA

 

I recently had the amazing opportunity to both witness and participate in an event where my Children’s Hospital of[...]

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Through the Lens of Our Patients

October 3rd, 2019

physician, Patient provider, patient, family medicine

By: Kathe Miller, MD

 

My patient sat back in her chair, shoulders curled forward over her substantial belly, two canes leaning against the[...]

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Emotional Intelligence in Medicine: A Two-Way Street

September 18th, 2019

physician, emotional intelligence, medical director

By: Johanna Vidal Phelan, MD-MBA, FAAP

 

In the early evenings after work, I thoroughly enjoy taking brisk walks.  Walks are a great opportunity to exercise[...]

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HMS Family Medicine Alumni Spotlight: Sara Martin

September 18th, 2019

medical education, physician, primary care, family medicine, medical student, internal medicine, harvard alumni, community health, race in medicine, doctor, resident, integrative medicine

By: Sara Martin, MD

 

The Harvard Home for Family Medicine builds upon the growing community of HMS family medicine students, residents,[...]

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HMS Family Medicine Alumni Spotlight: Juliana Morris

August 15th, 2019

medical education, physician, primary care, family medicine, medical student, internal medicine, harvard alumni, community health, race in medicine, doctor, resident, integrative medicine

By: Juliana E. Morris, MD

 

The Harvard Home for Family Medicine builds upon the growing community of HMS family medicine students, residents,[...]

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The Road to Recovery: Women’s Health and Substance Use Disorder

July 31st, 2019

opioids, opioid, Addiction, substance use disorder, Clinician

By: Ja'Dana J. Ellcock-Crayton

 

The residents of Charlestown, Massachusetts have been sharply impacted by the devastating opioid crisis. According[...]

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An Unexpected Privilege: Caring for Those with Substance Use Disorder

July 29th, 2019

opioids, opioid, Addiction, substance use disorder, Clinician

By: Priyanka K. Naithani

 

Seated in a state of the art, royal blue auditorium, Jimmy Kamel folds his hands and softly conveys, “my ultimate[...]

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Moving Upstream: Addressing Social Determinants of Health

July 18th, 2019

By: Priyanka K. Naithani

 

The Primary Care Improvement Network (PCIN) is a membership-based network focused on supporting practice[...]

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Bridging Silos Between Unaffiliated Providers

July 10th, 2019

By: Priyanka K. Naithani

 

A global community of innovators passionately gathered to discuss innovative solutions to some of the most pressing[...]

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