Department Nurse Leaders Welcome Capital Region (Denmark) Nurse Educators

BIDMC Department of Emergency Medicine nurse leaders welcomed representative nurse educators and nurse leaders from Denmark’s Capital Region (Hovedstadsregionen) this week. The visitors spent time learning about our department and our hospital’s nurse clinical education program, specifically our multi-disciplinary competency days, where several departments collaborate on providing interactive skills stations on a variety of high…

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Clinical Research Workshop in Casablanca, Morocco

Faculty member Dr. Michael Donnino, MD, Director, Center for Resuscitation Science and Director of Critical Care in Emergency Medicine, BIDMC & Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Harvard Medical School, ran a three-day clinical research workshop for 50 attending physicians and researchers at the Université Mohammed VI des Sciences de la Santé (UM6SS) in Casablanca, Morocco, together with researchers Dr.…

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Emergency Medicine Clinical Course in Sardegna, Italy

Emergency Medicine Clinical Competence, Training & Quality Assurance (CCTQA) The Harvard Medical School Office of Global and Continuing Education is pleased to announce its first clinical emergency medicine course in Europe: Emergency Medicine Clinical Competence, Training & Quality Assurance (CCTQA), a 12-hour intensive course being held September 30-October 1, 2016 in Cagliari, Sardegna, Italy. The…

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Managing the Transition to ICD10

Our Chief Administrative Officer, Gary Shillin, MBA, discusses best practices for managing the transition to ICD10 at today’s Harvard Medical School course “Optimizing ED Operations and Patient Care through Multidisciplinary Teamwork at the Leadership Level” organized by our Department of Emergency Medicine.

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Best practices for managing the transition to Epic

Jennifer Pope, MD, Michelle Azevedo, RN, MSN, CEN and Terrance Lee, MD discuss best practices for managing St. Luke Hospital ED’s transition to Epic at today’s Harvard Medical School course “Optimizing ED Operations and Patient Care through Multidisciplinary Teamwork at the Leadership Level” organized by our Department of Emergency Medicine.

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Richard Wolfe, MD and Kirsten Boyd, RN, MHA discuss “Organizing Your Leadership Team for Success” at today’s Harvard Medical School course

Richard Wolfe, MD and Kirsten Boyd, RN, MHA discuss “Organizing Your Leadership Team for Success” at today’s Harvard Medical School course “Optimizing ED Operations and Patient Care through Multidisciplinary Teamwork at the Leadership Level” organized by our Department of Emergency Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. View course details here
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