HRO Universal Skills trainings postponed through April 21

March 12, 2020  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

In alignment with the recent U-M in-person class suspensions, all HRO Universal Skills classes are postponed at Michigan Medicine effective at noon today, March 12.  

This is anticipated to continue at least until April 21, 2020. 

If you are enrolled in training, you do not need to come to class or do anything in MLearning. Classes after April 21 are available for registration if you would like to reschedule your training at this time. More sessions will be added in May and June.

As the Michigan Medicine Safety Promise states, your safety is the organization’s most important priority. 

The success of Michigan Medicine’s High Reliability journey to date has already been felt throughout the institution, as more than 11,000 staff and faculty have been trained. 

If you have already been to HRO training, please practice what you’ve learned through unit- and department-based efforts until classes are able to be safely resumed.

Many have inquired about the possibility of virtual training, and all options are being evaluated. However, the organization knows the value in bringing staff together for an in-person class cannot be replaced.

Thank you for your understanding and flexibility.