Recent Media Coverage
Boston Medical Center news, features, and physicians in local and national media.
The two-year decline in Massachusetts deaths sparks optimism, “but we know that this is going to really take a sustained attention for years to come,” said Michael Botticelli, executive director of the Grayken Center for Addiction at Boston Medical Center.
Kindergarten Teachers' Assessments May be Linked with Pupils' Earnings as Adults
Reuters - Feb. 12, 2019
“There are known disparities in how students are treated in school, including who gets placed in separate special education tracks, who is required to repeat a year of school, and who gets suspended.” Dr. Caroline Kistin comments on a new JAMA Pediatrics study.
Mass. Issues Guidelines After Boston Nurse Was Denied Life Insurance For Carrying Naloxone
WBUR - Feb. 12, 2019
Last year, WBUR shared the story of a BMC nurse who was denied life insurance for carrying naloxone. Now the state is issuing guidelines to prevent this from happening to others. Executive Director of the Grayken Center for Addiction Michael Botticelli discusses how Massachusetts is addressing the concerns.
Dr. Tracey Dechert shares why she founded Socially Responsible Surgery at BMC, which encourages surgeons to consider the social determinants of health that affect their patients' outcomes.
Twelve independent pediatric obesity medicine and surgery specialists, led by experts at BMC, outline an urgent need for evidence-based guidance on the use of obesity pharmacotherapy for adolescents.
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