Baystate Medical Center has several programs that cross all departments, and some of interest across professions.
Academic Week celebrates the contributions of physicians, residents, fellows, advanced practitioners, nurses, allied health professionals, and the community to clinical and educational research.
BRASS is a seminar series for residents and fellows that covers curricular topics required by ACGME Common Requirements as well as Baystate institutional requirements.
The Ethics Committee of Baystate Medical Center is a multidisciplinary, interdepartmental committee whose purpose is to advise, educate, provide case review and make policy recomendations.
REACH provides a broad-based curriculum and a compendium of international sites.
Literature & Medicine: Humanities at the Heart of Health Care is a national award-winning, hospital-based, reading and discussion program for health care professionals that benefits both them and their patients by improving their communication and interpersonal skills.
Baystate Medical Center is one of more than 100 site around the country that hold Schwartz Center Rounds that were initiated by the Schwartz Center in Boston in 1997. These Rounds provide an open forum for caregivers to discuss difficult emotional and social issues that arise in caring for patients.
WAAM is an organization of Baystate Health's women physicians and mid-level providers that seeks to build members' leadership, mentorship, scholarship and networking skills.