60 ED leaders meet to discuss optimizing ED operations

Dr. Kevin Ban and Kirsten Boyd, RN, MHA (Director of Emergency Services and Associate Chief Nurse, Ambulatory and Emergency Services, BIDMC) discuss how to engage hospital administration and implement change On May 29, 60 ED leaders from the New England area and beyond met for the Harvard CME symposium entitled “Optimizing ED Operations and Patient…


HMFP hosts ED nurse colleagues in Boston

HMFP had the pleasure of hosting 13 ED nurse leader colleagues from Region Sjaelland, Denmark, in Boston between June 15-19 for discussions on best practices in emergency nursing education and strategic planning for a regional EM education program.




Nursing Educational Collaboration Begins Between Region Sjælland and Our Department of Emergency Medicine

We have recently begin an exciting new collaboration with nursing leadership from Region Sjaelland, Denmark’s four emergency departments. In June, emergency department nurse directors, managers, and educators will gather in Boston to exchange ideas regarding best practices for emergency medicine nursing education and annual ED nursing competencies. We look forward to this continued collaboration with…


Optimizing ED Operations and Patient Care through Multidisciplinary Teamwork at the Leadership Level

Many of our nurses and faculty members will be speaking in the Harvard Medical School, Department of Continuing Education course entitled: Optimizing Emergency Department Operations and Patient Care through Multidisciplinary Teamwork at the Leadership Level, taking place on May 29 at Waltham Woods Conference Center. This course is designed to provide current or aspiring emergency…


HMFP hosts emergency medicine colleagues from Denmark

This week, HMFP is hosting a group of emergency medicine colleagues from the Region Sjaelland, Denmark. It has been a pleasure exchanging ideas about the development of emergency medicine systems and education, as well as sharing the BIDMC clinical model of emergency medicine. During their time on campus, our colleagues have been discussing topics such…