Stay Calm and Carry on...But How?
Between sheltering in place, COVID-19 concerns, and an ever-evolving 24/7 news cycle, it’s easy to become drawn into a sense of panic and worry—even if anxiety is not something you typically experience.
COVID-19: Preparedness, Not Panic, Is Key
As the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, continues to spread across the globe, concerns are deepening with it—and rightfully so. Even experts don’t yet fully understand how the virus works.
Promoting Pioneering Research: The Inaugural President’s Scholars
For many early-career investigators, the only limit to their high-potential research is the funding needed to support it. Imagine, then, what an unrestricted gift of $100,000 per year for three years could mean—to their laboratories, to medicine, and, potentially, to patient care.
From Logan Airport, the Roots of Telemedicine
Today, telemedicine is a widely accepted premise as it rapidly takes on new applications across health care delivery. But in 1960, when the seed of the innovation was planted, it was a revolutionary—even out-of-reach—idea.
Priority Care for Vulnerable Populations: 2019 in Review
In 2019, our Connect with Partners stories considered health care and medicine from many angles, uncovering advances and opportunities for innovation in patient care and systemic quality improvement across Partners HealthCare.
Holiday Cheer, at the Hospital
For patients experiencing illness and the caregivers who show up to support them 24/7, how can holiday festivity be brought within the hospital walls? In the cancer unit at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Thanksgiving arrived in the form of a potluck with green-bean casserole and pumpkin whoopie pies