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Institute for Patient Care Departments

The Institute for Patient Care is a structure, designed to foster the work of each Center and practice areas to promote a synergy across Centers to advance interdisciplinary clinical work within Patient Care Services. By creating a multidisciplinary environment for the advancement of professional development, education and research the values and beliefs of Patient Care Services can be facilitated through teamwork in the delivery of safe, timely, efficient, cost effective quality care.

Choosing a Nursing CareerChoosing a Nursing Program

In an effort to meet the ongoing learning needs of our staff at all levels and to support the vision for PCS at MGH, we offer this site as a collection of resources to assist current & future health professionals in choosing or advancing a nursing career.

Choosing a Nursing CareerCredentialing

Credentialing processes at MGH are designed to ensure that health professionals who provide services at MGH are qualified and prepared.

Clinical Affiliations ProgramClinical Affiliations Program

Annually over 1300 students from 28 schools of nursing obtain clinical placements at MGH. The Student Group Placements with Faculty Program provides clinical placements for groups of students from local and regional schools. Over 1,000 students from 10 schools are placed in groups with instructors.

Choosing a Nursing Career Collaborative Governance

Collaborative governance is a critical element within the Professional Practice Model that describes communication and decision-making processes and places the authority, responsibility and accountability for patient care with the practicing clinicians.

Choosing a Nursing Career Clinical Recognition

Clinicians in Patient Care Services at Massachusetts General Hospital have long valued their role in caring for patients and families. The Clinical Recognition Program provides a way to formally recognize professional clinical staff for their expertise. Through the program, clinical staff from six disciplines in Patient Care Services analyze their own practice and can seek recognition for the level of practice they have achieved.

Choosing a Nursing CareerInternational Nurse Consultant Program

Clinicians in Patient Care Services at Massachusetts General Hospital have long valued their role in caring for patients and families. The Clinical Recognition Program provides a way to formally recognize professional clinical staff for their expertise. Through the program, clinical staff from six disciplines in Patient Care Services analyze their own practice and can seek recognition for the level of practice they have achieved.

SimulationSimulation

Nurse educators are challenged to provide meaningful and effective learning opportunities for both new and experienced nurses. Simulation as a teaching and learning methodology is being embraced by nursing in academic and practice settings to provide innovative educational experiences to assess and develop clinical competency, promote teamwork, and improve care processes.

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