In honor of National Nurses Week, view a special message from Maddy.
“Stop. Breathe. (Yes, through your mask.) This is hard. Now shock yourself with how far you can spread your care, knowledge and love in 12 hours.”
Brigham’s experts on self-care and wellness shared tips on how to decrease stress and anxiety and prioritize self-care during this challenging time.
The STAT team of nurses at Brigham and Women’s Hospital has been responding to emergencies for years, but during this difficult time, the team’s role is more vital than ever.
Brigham nurses from different units share their reflections on what it’s like to be a nurse during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For patients and loved ones who are sick, isolated or afraid, the Partners COVID-19 Call Center is more than a hotline. It’s a lifeline.
Since the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, Burn, Trauma and Surgical Intensive Care Unit nurses have made it their mission to reach out to nurses throughout the country after tragic events in their communities.
Caring for critical COVID-19 patients who are pregnant requires tremendous teamwork among many specialties, roles and departments.
Courtney Bourque, BSN, RN, of the Neuroscience Intermediate Care Unit on Braunwald Tower 10CD, received the May DAISY Award in recognition of the compassionate care she provided to a patient and family.
During National Nurses Week, Brigham nurses share messages of hope, gratitude and solidarity with their fellow nurses and the public.
The Center for the History of Medicine at Countway Library recently published an article by Catherine Pate, Brigham archivist, about the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital’s response to the influenza epidemic of 1918.