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Brigham and Women's Hospital doctors, nurses and other clinicians mentor 50 Boston high school students each year. 98% of these students go on to college; 60% are the first in their family to do so.
Through PACT (Prevention and Access to Care and Treatment), a Brigham and Women's Hospital program, case managers help HIV positive patients in inner-city Boston adhere to their treatment plan.
Sharon Levine, BSN, RN, a clinical nurse in the BWH Cardiac Critical Care Unit, received BWH's Essence of Nursing Award for the exceptional care she provides to patients and family.
Brigham and Women's case managers, based in Boston community health centers, work with pregnant black and Latina women to assess their needs and connect them to social services and coordinating care.
Dr. Elizabeth (Betsy) Nabel joined Brigham and Women's Hospital on Jan 1, 2010, as its new president. Liz Walker interviews Dr. Nabel about her background and her expectations for BWH in coming years.
Women who experience domestic violence are 80% more likely to suffer stroke and 70% more likely to have heart disease. Dr. Betsy Nabel, president of Brigham and Women’s Hospital, discusses the health impact of domestic violence.