Introducing Baystate Medical Center's New Residents and Fellows for 2007 - 2008
Baystate Medical Center's 9 participating residency programs performed well in the 2007 Match with an overall match rate for categorical positions of 96% (55 of 57 positions). Of these, 6 are from Tufts University School of Medicine. In addition, there were 25 positions filled outside the Match.
We also have 10 new Fellows joining us in 7 of our fellowship programs.
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The IRB is Developing New Policies to Facilitate Research in a Culture of Conscience
Your Comments Are Invited—Drafts Are Posted on e-Workplace
In preparation for application by Baystate Medical Center for AAHRPP (Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs) accreditation, an IRB subcommittee is reviewing and revising all current IRB policies and procedures.
Health Sciences Library to Purchase New Evidence-Based Point-of-Care Databases
Volunteers Needed to Evaluate Options
The Health Sciences Library will be comparing their databases to new products, and must evaluate the effectiveness of each database in answering clinical questions.
Maripat Toye RN, ACRN, MS Extends Baystate Medical Center's Reach
Around the Globe
Bandy Bear Goes to South Africa &Thailand
Maripat Toye RN, ACRN, MS, Pediatric and Perinatal AIDS Clinical and Research Trials Study Coordinator, is responsible for two new Pediatrics HIV/AIDS grants to Baystate Medical Center. The first is a result of her appointment by the National Institute of Health as Chair of the Training and Education Resource Committee of its International Maternal, Pediatric, Adolescent AIDS Clinical Trials (IMPAACT) Group.
John Fanton, MD Awarded Kirschstein Post-Doctoral Fellowship Grant
John Fanton MD, of the Psychiatry Department, received a Kirschstein post-doctoral fellowship to study the efficacy and safety of extended release mixed amphetamine salts (MAS, such as Adderall) in pre-schoolers with ADHD. Dr. Fanton says he and his sponsor, Bruce Waslik MD, also of the Psychiatry Department, feel the need for this study comes right out of their clinical experience.