The physicians at NEBH take part in research independently as well as in association with researchers outside of NEBH for clinical, translational, and patient-centered research. We also develop new educational initiatives geared toward training and mentoring a new generation of scientists and health care professionals.
We will advance knowledge in musculoskeletal diseases and related disorders.
We will facilitate research groups at NEBH, and collaborate with other investigators in clinical*, translational** and patient-centered outcomes research.
We will evaluate patient outcomes and quality of life.
We will develop educational initiatives focused on training and mentoring a new generation of scientists.
We will disseminate research findings nationally and internationally.
We will support and advance the NEBH mission and ROSE Philosophy (Respect, Ownership, Superior Service, Excellence).
New England Baptist Hospital is committed to the treatment of all participants involved in research in a manner which protects their safety, dignity, confidentiality, and right to be fully informed.
There is a strong foundation of research-driven innovation on which to build, including recent advances in multi-modal pain therapy and early mobilization after joint surgery. These best practices, among many others, were shaped by Baptist investigations and have produced shorter hospital stays while maintaining superlative patient outcomes.
— Study design guidance
— Access to experts in research methods
— Creation and support of study forms and databases
— Creating a study budget
— Research Coordinator support
— IRB assistance
— Registry assistance
— Biostatistics support
— Reporting and analysis of study results
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Thank you to those who joined us for our 15th Annual Research Symposium. Two speakers presented talks: Jeffrey N. Katz, MD, presented “What is the role of surgery in treatment of degenerative meniscal tear?” and Rosanna DeMarco PhD, RN, PHNA-BC, FAAN, presented “Nurses Creating and Leading a Culture of Evidence-Based Practice with Research: HOW and WHY!.” Numerous researchers including nurses, physicians, fellows, and other allied health professionals displayed and discussed their work utilizing the innovative ePosterboards.
The Division of Research conducts a number of ongoing studies at all times. For more information about current studies, including the Principle Investigator and Study Coordinator, or to learn more about what it means to participate in a study, please contact us at 617-754-6732.
Please note that all studies conducted at the New England Baptist Hospital are reviewed and approved by the New England Baptist Hospital Institutional Review Board (IRB). An IRB is a committee that has been formally designated to approve, monitor, and review biomedical and behavioral research involving humans. They often conduct some form of risk-benefit analysis in an attempt to determine whether or not research should be done. The number one priority of IRBs is to protect human subjects from physical or psychological harm.
If you have any questions, please contact Betsy Draper, Manager of the IRB at 617-754-6684.
NEBH feels it is very important to be educated before participating in a research study. Education can help you make an informed choice. Learn more.
Carl Talmo, MD, Vice Chair, Orthopedic Research
Steven Vlad, MD, PhD, Rheumatologist/Director of Study Design
Ronna Berezin, Manager, Clinical Research Coordinators
Qingping Cui, M.P.H., Biostatistician
Eduardo Morales, PhD, Registry Manager, Phone: 617-754-6665 Email: email@example.com