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Education & Training

  • February 3-8, 2020

    The Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine's Annual Meeting, The Pregnancy Meeting™, is the premier event for presenting and learning about cutting-edge science in obstetrics and provides participants the opportunity to connect with leaders and colleagues in maternal-fetal medicine. Learn more about the research presented by members of the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Massachusetts General Hospital.

  • February 16-20, 2020

    Attend this conference on substance use disorders to hear the latest research and find guidance that enhances your care for patients. This course focuses on a broad update across the spectrum of substance use disorders. Sessions cover everything from neuroscience and developmental perspectives all the way through recovery-oriented systems of care. Our faculty share their experience as both clinical caregivers and research experts. They make time to answer questions and help you find solutions for complex conditions.

  • March 20-22, 2020

    This renowned conference provides a complete update across research, assessment and treatment of mental health conditions in children and adolescents. It is ideal if you work in mental health, primary care, nursing, psychology, school health and more.

  • April 3, 2020

    Midlife Women’s Health 2020 is a one-day course that provides a multidisciplinary approach to the care of menopausal women.

  • April 18, 2020

    The Practical Neurological Toolkit: High Yield Updates for the Office and the Ward is a one-day program to be hosted at the Westin Copley on April 18, 2020. The content is focused on common or hot topics in neuroscience, as well as identified clinical growth areas for the field. The target audience for the course included, referring providers, specifically PCPs, ED doctors, hospitalists, nurse practitioners, nurses and other clinicians that deal with neurological patients on a regular basis.

Residency and Fellowship Programs

The Adult Cardiac Surgery Fellowship at the Massachusetts General Hospital Corrigan Minehan Heart Center is a one- or two-year non-ACGME accredited training program.

The Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Corrigan Minehan Heart Center, cardiology's core fellowship program, is a three-year ACGME training program consisting of two clinical years and one research year. Additional years in research are available and encouraged.

The Clinical Vascular Medicine Fellowship Program at Massachusetts General Hospital is a one-year non-ACGME training program in the discipline of clinical vascular medicine.

The Heart Failure and Transplantation Fellowship provides inpatient and outpatient training in evaluating and treating patients with advanced heart disease, and follow-up of patients after cardiac transplant.