With a never-ending commitment to compassionate care and medical innovation, the nurses of Brigham Health are relentless in their pursuit of improving the health of our patients. Their devotion to exceptional care is matched only by their dedication to identifying new treatments, influencing new care pathways, and inspiring and educating their peers. From the laboratory to the bedside, Brigham Health nurses are committed to achieving the best possible outcome for patients and families. See more of the faces of nursing.
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Everyone has a story about their calling to nursing. Hear some of the stories from Brigham Health nurses about the moment they knew.
Nurses at Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center play a vital role in expanding the use of FDA-approved CAR T-Cell therapies for patients with some forms of treatment-resistant lymphoma.
The goal of the Brigham Health Bridge to Recovery is to connect patients with the services they need immediately, then help them find the right program to support their recovery.
The Sexual Assault Simulation Course for Healthcare Providers (SASH) is the first nurse-led program at the Brigham’s Neil and Elise Wallace STRATUS Center for Medical Simulation.
Nurses at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital work closely with orthopaedic surgeons and members of other multidisciplinary teams to care for patients receiving outpatient joint replacement care.
A trauma nurse is helping students and school officials to learn life-saving skills in the event of a bleeding emergency.
Neonatal ICU nurses pioneer the use of an adult medical device to improve comfort and reduce infection risk in Brigham Health's tiniest and most vulnerable patients.
Nurses played a vital role in Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s journey to Magnet designation, considered the gold standard of nursing excellence and high-quality care delivered by an institution.
Nurses in the Department of Psychiatry at Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital are championing the use of leading-edge treatments for patients with severe depression.
Including input from multidisciplinary teams, nurses developed a comprehensive pre-operative course for cancer patients to help prepare them for their new routine after surgery.
Read a grateful patient’s thoughts on the expert nursing care he received while recovering from shoulder surgery at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital.
A chance opportunity at a conference led one Brigham nurse to publish a book for healthcare professionals on the field of forensic nursing.
Waking up in an ICU for the first time after suffering from a major health event can be a frightening experience, so these nurses found a comforting way to help patients gain clarity about their time spent at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.