Jenny Eriksen Leary
Jenny is the associate director of media relations at Boston Medical Center and has more than 15 years of experience in healthcare communications and public relations.
Psychiatrist David Henderson warns of the serious consequences that could result from the lasting mental health repercussions of the pandemic on people of color.
It raises questions on how patients decide where they receive care, and just as important, how structural racism plays a role in these decisions.
The HEALing Communities Study is up and running in several cities, bringing opioid use disorder treatment to people where they are. The goal? Find the most effective way to stop deaths.
Nursing homes mustnavigate the short-and long-term effectsof their residents' isolation with programming, staffing, and encouraging in-person visits when safe.
To bring antiracism into nephrology and healthcare overall, we must reassess how inequities influence medical studies—instead of just biological fact.
Many providers feel ill-equipped to treat substance use disorder with medications, like any other chronic disease. A new tool from BMC's OBAT program may help.
New research shows that pupillometry using an automated camera could improve treatment for opioid withdrawal symptoms and outcomes.
The unit provided a safe space for COVID-positive people experiencing homelessness to isolate while alleviating strain on the hospital.
The HIV outbreak impacting people who inject drugs has only escalated during the pandemic — here's how it's being addressed.
With a 400% increase in overdose deaths involving psychostimulants in Massachusetts over the last two decades, this study could be a game-changer.