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…Details
Our department welcomes nurse colleagues from Region Sjaelland Denmark, directors and educators from 8 regional internal medicine departments, to discuss regional nursing competency-based education for 2018 and beyond. Project Director, Shelley Calder, RN, MSN, CEN, together with cardiac expert and nurse leader, Donna Williams, RN, MS, CCRN, are hosting the group.
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.…Details
During the first initiative of our partnership with the Fondation Cheikh Khalifa Ibn Zaid, Morocco, and its associated university, Université Mohammed VI des Sciences de la Santé (UM6SS), our International Projects Division hosted 12 medical students from UM6SS in Boston for a 2-week clinical education program. Led by Dr. Jonathan Edlow, Vice-Chair…Details
Our International Projects Division, at Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians, has partnered with The Fondation Cheikh Khalifa Ibn Zaid, Morocco, and its associated university, Université Mohammed VI des Sciences de la Santé. During the first phase of our collaboration, we will work with our partners in the areas of physician and student education, clinical operations improvement, quality of care…Details
After training 320 nurses in 2016 with the development and implementation of a regional nurse education program, HMFP and the Region Sjaelland ED nurse education project team launched the 2017 nurse education program this January at the hospitals of Slagelse, Nykobing Falster, Koge, and Holbaek. We expect 350-400 nurses to be trained this year, as…Details