Development Of A Collaborative Emergency Preparedness Program For MRI Safety At Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center For Boston First Responders

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Development Of A Collaborative Emergency Preparedness Program For MRI Safety At Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center For Boston First Responders

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30 minute virtual presentation given by Meaghan Strob, UNE Masters in Public Health Class of 2019, on June 15, 2019, for the UNE College of Graduate and Professional Studies' Virtual Research Symposium.

This item will be available in June, 2020.

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6-15-2019

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Public Health

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Meaghan Strob (Fox) is a Research Program Manager at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), in Boston, MA, where she manages a research program as well as 2-3 Core Facilities. Meaghan graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Northeastern University and previously worked as a Clinical Research Assistant at BIDMC. While in college, she was selected to Northeastern’s 100 Most Influential Seniors, now known as the Huntington 100, for her ambition and achievement. Meaghan completed 1.5 years of medical school at the University of Medicine and Health Sciences before deciding her passions were more aligned with research, public health, and healthcare management. Meaghan graduated this May 2019 with a Masters of Public Health from the University of New England. Meaghan is an experienced healthcare management professional with over 7 years of experience in clinical research. Meaghan has interests in ethics, research, public health management and policy. Meaghan plans to use her MPH by continuing to work in healthcare management. Meaghan volunteers with the Medical Reserve Corps in Massachusetts, is a member of the American Public Health Association, and is a former member of the Board of Trustees for the American Medical Student Association.

Development Of A Collaborative Emergency Preparedness Program For MRI Safety At Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center For Boston First Responders

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