Harvard Medical School
The event was organized by “Scrubs Addressing the Firearm Epidemic,” a national organization of healthcare professionals which advocates for “evidence-based policy” to reduce gun injuries.
Nearly 30 percent of opioid prescriptions do not cite a pain-related diagnosis, a new Harvard Medical School and RAND Corporation study has found.
The New York University School of Medicine generated national headlines and some glowing editorials when it announced over the summer that it planned to go tuition-free. Harvard, though, has no plans to follow suit.
Medical School students unveiled a photo exhibit featuring stories of Boston-area individuals affected by the opioid epidemic.
Heavily redacted emails included in the report show that researchers extensively contacted alcohol executives and frequently promised positive results in an attempt to secure funding for their project.
The school sold eight of the building’s 11 floors, which comprise about 192,140 square feet, mostly of research space.
The National Institutes for Health has since launched two reviews of the study and has instructed Beth Israel to “pause all study activities until the reviews are completed."
The Medical School has closed nine out of the last 10 fiscal years in the red.