Yoga for Stress, Resilience, and Burnout in Healthcare Providers


Hosted by the Brigham Education Institute (BEI) Chronic stress is highly prevalent in modern society and is especially important in critical occupations such as healthcare where it can lead to burnout. However, our educational and medical systems are not effectively addressing this burden which can lead to mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression and […]

Ordinary to Extraordinary


2023-24 Brigham Department of Surgery Office of Professional Development (OPD) is hosting a Professional Fulfillment Lecture: "Ordinary to Extraordinary: Managing Adversity, Building Prosperity”   Speaker: Gary Josephson, MD, MBA, CPE, FACS, FAAP, Vice President & Chief Medical Officer, Nemours Children's Health-Jacksonville; Professor, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine; and Professor, University of South Florida, College of […]

Women in Medicine event

Marshall A. Wolf Conference Center, BWH BWH Hale Bldg, 60 Fenwood Rd, 3rd fl, Boston, MA, United States

12th annual Women in Medicine & Science Symposium (WMSS) co-sponsored by the MGH and BWH Offices for Women's Careers and Marcela del Carmen, MD, Lecture Series for the Advancement of Women and Diverse Faculty: “If me, then you: Attaining leadership through growth opportunities” The Marcela del Carmen, MD, Lecture Series for the Advancement of Women […]

Is “Professor of Clinical X” Right for Me?


Sponsored by Brigham and Women's Hospital This is an interactive discussion about the new professorial title and how it might apply for faculty who work primarily in medical education. Led By: Grace C. Huang, MD, Dean for Faculty Affairs, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

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