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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Achievement in Family Medicine Student Spotlight: Ashley Shaw

July 9th, 2019

primary care, family medicine, medical student, meded, med student, harvard medical school

By: Ashley Shaw

 

 

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Family Medicine Alumni Spotlight: Anne Marie Williams

June 14th, 2019

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

By: Anne Marie Williams, MD

 

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

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Achievement in Family Medicine: Student Spotlight

May 22nd, 2019

primary care, family medicine, medical student, meded, med student, harvard medical school

By: Megan Lenneman

 

 

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Treating Pain During an Opioid Epidemic in the Primary Care Setting

April 25th, 2019

"healthcare", physician, Patient provider, primary care, patient, opioids, opioid

By: Mahmud Ibrahim, MD

 

By: Mahmud Ibrahim, MD and Linda Girgis, MD

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HMS Family Medicine Alumni Spotlight

April 5th, 2019

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

By: Chinyere I. Obimba, MD MPH

 

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

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Pursuing Primary Care at Harvard Medical School

April 2nd, 2019

"healthcare", medical education, physician, primary care, family medicine, pediatrics, medical student, internal medicine

By: Paulius Mui, B.A.

 

What influences Harvard Medical School (HMS) students to pursue a career in primary care? In our study, we surveyed[...]

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