Harvard Surgical HSR Speaker Series
The Center for Surgery and Public Health in collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital’s (MGH’s) Codman Center, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s (BIDMC’s) FIRST program, and Boston Children’s Hospital, showcases Health Services Research (HSR) experts from across the Harvard Campus and all over the country as part of the Harvard Surgical HSR Speaker Series.
The goals of the Harvard Surgical HSR speaker series are to share research methods and findings, disseminate best practices, and identify potential shared interests and areas of collaboration. Held once a month, for a total of 6-9 over the course of the year, these seminars are open to the public, but will be most relevant to academic surgeons, residents, researchers, students and collaborators across the Harvard community.
Oct 13, 2020 – Using Subjective Criteria to Assess Transplant Candidacy: Implicit Bias and Opportunities for Improvement
Speaker: Kerin Ladin, PhD, MSc, Tufts University Dept. of Community Health
Oct 27, 2020 – Quality Metrics in Kidney Transplantation: A Path Forward
Dec 8, 2020 – Bring Law and Order to the Wild West
Speaker: Dana Telem, MD, MPH, University of Michigan Medicine
Feb 23, 2021 – De-Implementation of Low-Value Surgical Procedures
Speaker: Lesly Dossett, MD, MPH, University of Michigan Medicine
March 16, 2021 – A Surgeon’s Guide to Climate Change
Speaker: Aaron Bernstein, MD, MPH, Interim Director of The Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment (Harvard C-CHANGE)
Apr 13, 2021 – Dissemination and Implementation Research in Palliative Care: How do we get Back to the Future?
Speaker: Fabian Johnston, MD, MHS, Johns Hopkins Hospital
May 4, 2021 – Optimizing Hospital Systems to Improve Surgical Quality and Costs
Speaker: Hari Nathan, MD, PhD, University of Michigan Medicine