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Neurosurgery Information For Students MGH/Harvard Service massachusetts general Hospital Harvard Medical School Neurosurgery Residency Other Information of Neurosurgical Interest Neurosurgery education Links http://neurosurgery.mgh.harvard.edu/nsurg-ms.htm
Extractions: Rotations at MGH/Harvard Neurosurgical Service Four week clerkships on the MGH Neurosurgical Service are available to qualified medical students by individual arrangement. Rotations on the MGH Neurosurgical Service are arranged through the Registrar at Harvard Medical School: HMS Exchange Clerk Program Coordinator
Extractions: ACS Level I Trauma Center with extensive helicopter support The General Surgery Residency Program conducted by the Department of Surgery of the University of Massachusetts Medical School, is accredited by the ACGME (Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education) and is authorized for forty-seven resident positions by the RRC. With six chief residents graduating each year, this rectangular program accepts six PGY1 categorical residents to begin general surgery training each July 1. Six residents are selected each year for comprehensive clinical training in preparation for a career in general surgery. After two initial years of training in both general surgery and the surgical subspecialties, the last three years are exclusively devoted to general surgery, with the exception of a two-month rotation in cardiothoracic surgery at UMass Hospital.
Extractions: The Academy for Educational Development (AED) , in partnership with the National Association of State Directors of Special Education (NASDSE) , and the RMC Research Corporation have joined together to examine systemic educational reform and its effect on special education in two schools in Maryland and Massachusetts. Recent federal education law calls for systemic reform efforts across general and special education and the unification of general and special education systems. At the national level, the study will analyze questionnaires of all State Directors of Special Education, Coordinators of State Improvement Grants, and State CSRD Coordinators. The project will identify how selected CSRD model developers are including students with disabilities and their families and special education in their reform efforts.
Extractions: The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is a publicly-supported coeducational institution of higher learning, fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. There are approximately 7,500 day and evening students enrolled in graduate and undergraduate degree programs. The University is committed to excellence through its instructional programs, research, and service to the community. It plays a major role in the economic life of the region. The Division of Continuing Education (DCE) is an integral part of UMass Dartmouth, offering degree programs and credit and non-credit courses. DCE provides students of all ages and backgrounds access to the faculty and resources of the University as they seek personal enrichment and enhanced career opportunities.
Extractions: "When we issued the bonds that enabled construction of the Center to begin, we knew that Lowell General Hospital was looking towards a bright future. It is wonderful to see the results of the hard work of the hospital medical, financial and administrative staff, and to know that residents in Lowell and numerous surrounding communities will have access to the highest quality cancer treatment," stated Robert J. Ciolek, executive director of HEFA. HEFA issued $34.8 million in bonds in January 1997 which provided funds for the construction of the center, as well as refinancing $17 million in previously issued bonds. The strong financial position of the hospital resulted in a credit rating upgrade, so that the bonds were sold at very competitive rates to keep debt service costs low.
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Curriculum Vitae Richard Terrass, M.Ed., RT(R) education Coordinator, Department of Radiology,White 238 massachusetts general Hospital 55 Fruit St. Boston, MA 02114. http://web.wn.net/~usr/ricter/web/cv.html
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Massachusetts Eye And Ear Infirmary: Ophthalmology The Infirmary offers a broad range of primary and secondary ophthalmic services,such as eye exams, Category Health Medicine Ophthalmology education Laser Vision Correction The massachusetts Eye and Ear Cornea/Refractive Surgery, Cataractand general Eye Service well as a resource for education of residents http://www.meei.harvard.edu/shared/ophtho/ophtho.html
Extractions: Department Overview The Infirmary offers a broad range of primary and secondary ophthalmic services, such as eye exams, contact lens services, eyeglass exams, and cataract surgery. Primary adult ophthalmic care is provided for more than 20,000 patients each year through the Cataract Consultation and General Eye Service. Initial screening and diagnosis of many ophthalmic disorders, as well as pre- and post-operative management of cataract surgery patients, is provided by this service. If appropriate, patients are referred to other Infirmary ophthalmic subspecialty areas, such as retina, glaucoma, or cornea. The Infirmary also offers ophthalmic services in other subspecialties such as: pediatrics, vision rehabilitation, neuro-ophthalmology, eye pathology, ocular oncology, immunology, and ocular plastics. The Infirmary is the only facility in the country that provides genetic analysis of retinoblastoma. In addition, it provides an extensive array of services, including tertiary services. Substantially all of these services are provided as both inpatient and outpatient services. A summary of some of the main clinical services follows. More detailed information on most of the services may be obtained by clicking on the individual ophthalmology
Extractions: Department Overview Improved techniques in otolaryngology have occurred in the inpatient as well as the outpatient arena involving procedures such as skin grafts used in reconstructive surgery and neuro-otology - the combination of neurology and otology. In otolaryngology, the delivery of services can be particularly advantageous in a specialty facility. Otolaryngologists practicing at a general acute-care hospital must compete for time in the operating room against general surgeons and surgical subspecialists who often treat patients with more life-threatening conditions than those of the otolaryngologists. Consequently, the availability of the Infirmary's operating rooms, the specialized equipment it possesses to treat otolaryngologic cases, and the specialized expertise of its medical and professional support staff permit it to meet the ongoing demand for complex inpatient otolaryngologic cases. The Department of Otolaryngology provides primary, secondary and tertiary services. Initial screening and diagnosis of many otolaryngologic disorders are performed by the General ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) Service.
Extractions: UMass NewsStand: Latest Headlines Follow UMass Athletics in local and national newspapers! Welcome to "UMass NewsStand," a daily listing with links to stories from around the country on the Minutemen and Minutewomen. While we'll try to have most stories to you early each morning, be sure to check back throughout the day as we add links at all hours when we find them. We hope you enjoy the links below to some the top stories from the past two weeks. Wednesday, April 9, 2003 MEN'S BASKETBALL: Lasme's transfer still a shocker AMHERST - A player's decision to transfer doesn't usually shock anyone, let alone a sports writer who has covered the team all season. But less than two weeks ago, I heard the rumor that UMass freshman guard Mike Lasme was leaving. And I was certainly shocked. . . Tuesday, April 8, 2003 BASEBALL: UMass off to the Cross AMHERST - The Massachusetts baseball team will look to extend its season-high, three-game winning streak as it travels to Worcester to face Holy Cross this afternoon. The Minutemen will be well-rested, as they have not played since shutting out Sacred Heart last Tuesday at Earl Lorden Field. . . MEN'S BASKETBALL: Calipari moving again?
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