Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) is recognized internationally for its excellence in patient care, medical research, and training of outstanding young health professionals.
Since its founding in 1916, the Bloomberg School of Public Health has advanced research, education and practice to create solutions to public health problems around the world.
A 2-year interdisciplinary program serving as a platform for collaborative global health work with governmental, non-governmental and outside agencies to promote educational initiatives and research.
The Simulation, Training, Research and Technology Utilization System (STRATUS) Center for Medical Simulation provides training for medical and allied health practitioners at all levels of training.
We build capacity by making education and training an integral part of our programs. This fosters self-reliance, and builds confidence, pride and self-esteem essential for sustainability.
mHealth is short for mobile health, a growing field that takes advantage of mobile communications devices—mostly cell phones—to enhance access to health information and services.
This inspiring program will propel the next generation of physician-leaders in women's cancers through unique fellowship programs in breast cancer, gynecology oncology, and surgical oncology.
The U. S. has a serious nursing shortage. The Hahn School of Nursing and Health Science works to address this shortage, and provides innovative programs and education in Graduate Nursing.
Lung cancer accounts for more deaths than the next three most common cancers (colon, breast, prostate) combined. Brigham and Women's Hospital is poised to lead the charge against this disease.
The Church Divinity School of the Pacific is a graduate theological seminary and center of theological study of the Episcopal church, and is a founding member of the Graduate Theological Union.