HPRC Researchers Honored with Team Science Awards at MGH Clinical Research Day
Two faculty in our Center were honored on October 3 as part of teams that submitted winning abstracts at MGH Clinical Research Day.
Dr. Doug Levy was part of the team that won a hospital-wide award for the One-year effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of lifestyle intervention for type 2 diabetes in primary care: The REAL HEALTH-Diabetes Randomized Clinical Trial. Delahanty, Linda M.; Levy, Douglas E.; Chang, Yuchiao; Porneala, Bianca C.; Goldman, Valerie; McCarthy, Jeanna; Bissett, Laurie; Rodriguez, Anthony Romeo1; Chase, Barbara; LaRocca, Rajani; Wheeler, Amy; Wexler, Deborah J
Dr, Karen Donelan was part of the team presenting Implementing a Community Health Worker Intervention at Hospital Discharge. Carter, Jocelyn Alexandria; Walton, Anne; Hassan, Susan; Thorndike, Anne; Donelan, Karen
MGH Health Policy Rounds Return October 7 2019
We opened the 2019-2020 season of MGH Health Policy Rounds on Monday, October 7 with an inspiring talk by Dr. Ky Hunter of Brady and Georgetown University. Brady’s current work is an initiative called End Family Fire, which focuses on engaging with gun owners to reduce death and injury due to improperly stored guns in the home.
We started policy rounds last year to bring great regional and national speakers who are policy makers and/or researchers to Mass General. This year, you will hear from a wide range of speakers about deaths of despair, addiction, health workforce policy, health reform in the 2020 election, and more.
Join us! Email us at HPRC@mgh.harvard.edu to join our mailing list.
MGH Health Policy Rounds wrapped up its first year on May 6 with a presentation by Iyah Romm, CEO and Co-Founder of Cityblock Health. Cityblock is redesigning care for people in urban neighborhoods that are traditionally underserved. Mr. Romm was previously employed at the Mass. Health Policy Commission and Commonwealth Care Alliance–roles that he drew on extensively in speaking about efforts to reach and serve patients who have lost trust in the health system.
Population Health Research Symposium June 10th! Dr. Stephen Bartels and Dr. Christine Vogeli are leading efforts for the next Partners Population Health Research Symposium to be held at Assembly Row on June 10th.
Elyse R. Park, Ph.D., MPH Among MGH’s Highest-Awarded Researchers
Dr. Park is currently overseeing $7.2 million in grant-funded research projects, including two $2.5 million multi-year studies funded by the national Institutes of Health (NIH). Her studies involve the integration of mind body skills – specifically stress management and resiliency training– into tobacco treatment for cancer patients.
Giselle Perez, PhD was recently named the Director of Adolescent and Young Adult Survivorship Research for the MGH Cancer Survivorship Program. In addition, effective February 2019, Dr. Perez will also serve as Director of Mentoring for the American Psychosocial Oncology Society.