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MFA for MDs

MFA for MDs

October 29, 2015

Dr. Tommy Heyne, an MGH Med-Peds resident and a leader in the Arts and Humanities Initiative, leads a group of 40 MDs from MGH through the Museum of Fine Arts as part of the Swartz Initiative for Residents.

Anatomy of a Code Blue

October 13, 2015

Sam SlavinOriginally from Cambridge, Massachusetts, Sam is currently a third year student at Harvard Medical School completing his clinical work at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. He studied history and literature at Yale, focusing on how writers make complex medical and scientific ideas meaningful to...

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Dr. Elizabeth Gaufberg (CHA) featured in the Atlantic: "The Misery of a Doctor's First Days"

Dr. Elizabeth Gaufberg (CHA) featured in the Atlantic: "The Misery of a Doctor's First Days"

October 1, 2015

For many new physicians, residency brings fatigue, emotional stress, and self-doubt, affecting their ability to take care of themselves and their patients. As the direction of the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Research Institute and faculty member of the Cambridge Health Alliance Internal Medicine Residency Program, Liz Gaufberg weighs in on the debate around duty-hour reform. Read more...

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Harvard Crimson on Humanities and Health: Irregular Infidelities

Harvard Crimson on Humanities and Health: Irregular Infidelities

September 22, 2015

Dr. Richard Berlin is experienced in psychiatry, psychotherapy, expert psychopharmacology—and poetry. He treats patients at his private psychiatric practice in the Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts and has published over 60 professional papers in scientific literature. He also judges the William Carlos Williams Poetry Contest and has published award-winning poetry chapbooks. ...

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