Week in Review: Week of May 6, 2019

May 10, 2019  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources,

Nurses Week is coming to a close, but Mother’s Day weekend is just getting started. That means it’s time for a festive Week in Review!

Over the past few days, the newsletter celebrated Nurses Week with a fun photo gallery, an informative Q&A with interim Chief Nurse Executive Nancy May, and a quick rundown of educational opportunities open to all members of the nursing community. Mothers were also showcased as the children of employees shared what they love most about their moms.

In case you missed those stories — and more — here’s the latest:

It’s Nurses Week! Celebrating life savers at Michigan Medicine

Whether at the bedside, in ambulatory care units or flying high aboard Survival Flight, nurses at Michigan Medicine make an impact every day. Click here to take a look at just a few of the many life-saving nurses who work across the organization and sign up for valuable educational opportunities provided by the Nurse Recruitment and Retention team.

‘Nursing is a calling’: Q&A with Nancy May, D.N.P., RN-BC, NEA-BC, interim chief nurse executive

Nancy May decided to become a nurse in high school after one of her friends was diagnosed with lymphoma. It’s a decision she has never regretted. In honor of Nurses Week, check out a Q&A with the organization’s interim chief nurse executive and find out what she has planned for the future of nursing at Michigan Medicine.

Family ties: Kids share what they love most about their moms

Headlines got the Mother’s Day celebrations started early by talking to kids across the organization and finding out what makes their mom so special. Whether it was going to the movies, sharing some cuddles or just showing how much they care, hear what the children had to say — and find a photo gallery of many of the hard-working mothers across the organization!

Don’t get ‘caught’: Simulated phishing campaign planned for Michigan Medicine

Phishing emails are designed to trick the recipient into providing data, opening file attachments or clicking links. By doing so, it makes both personal and patient information vulnerable. Click through to learn about an upcoming campaign aimed at helping employees better recognize phishing attempts and keep Michigan Medicine safe and secure.

Miss this week’s episode of The Wrap, which highlighted both Nurses Week and Mother’s Day? Check it out at the top of the page!