Week in Review: Week of May 28, 2018

June 1, 2018  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources,

Even though it was a short week, there was no shortage of cool stories in Headlines.

Over the past few days, faculty and staff took an inside look at the brand-new Clinical Simulation Center, which puts Michigan Medicine at the forefront of medical training and education. Departments also shared why they participate in the Human Resources Youth Mentoring Program; readers learned details of an upcoming site visit that will evaluate the organization’s learning environment; and Chief Compliance Officer and Privacy Director Jeanne Strickland explained why compliance is so vital to the organization.

In case you missed it, here’s the latest:

Cutting edge-ucation: Clinical simulations mimic real-life situations

Earlier this year, Michigan Medicine debuted a brand-new 7,500-square-foot facility designed to give physicians, learners, nurses and other clinicians a place to practice and perfect their craft. Click here to learn more about the Clinical Simulation Center and find out how the space will “keep Michigan Medicine at the forefront of health care education and training.”

Help area high schoolers make the most of their summer

Every summer, Human Resources sponsors a Youth Mentoring Program, providing internships and professional development opportunities to select Ann Arbor high school students — most of whom come from at-risk economic backgrounds. Learn more about the program and find out how your department can get involved in this important initiative!

Organization set to show off learning environment

Next week, surveyors from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education will be on-site to evaluate Michigan Medicine’s learning environment. Click through to find out why such reviews are so important and see how you can help the organization demonstrate leadership in graduate medical education!

Earning and retaining trust: Q&A with Jeanne Strickland

The health care industry is highly regulated, with rules and guidelines designed to protect the safety of patients and employees. Helping to ensure that Michigan Medicine complies with these regulations is Chief Compliance Officer and Privacy Director Jeanne Strickland. Strickland sat down with Headlines to discuss these regulations, the difference between compliance and ethics, and how all employees can help the organization earn and retain trust. Check out what she had to say!