Week in Review: Week of Aug. 17, 2020
Change is in the air in Ann Arbor – and this week, Headlines helped faculty and staff navigate that change as effectively as possible.
For instance, with fall approaching and a lot of unknowns lying ahead, the newsletter gave readers tools and resources to help them protect their mental health. There was also a rundown of parking and traffic alterations to be put into effect for Student Move-In 2020; and employees learned about the Department of Communication, the team behind all of the messages that keep people informed at Michigan Medicine.
Find those stories and more as part of the Week in Review!
Dealing with fatigue, burnout and the unknown
With many schools going to a virtual model for the fall semester, and other uncertainties related to COVID-19, fatigue and burnout are real concerns among Michigan Medicine team members. Click here for some key ways you can help counter such mental health issues, including the importance of acknowledging your vulnerabilities.
Student Move-In 2020 scheduled for next week
Between Aug. 24 and Aug. 30, a number of alterations to parking lots, structures and traffic patterns are set to take effect as students move back to campus. To help you plan ahead, check out all the changes, many of which will take place near the main medical campus.
Meet Michigan Medicine: Department of Communication
The Headlines employee newsletter, the organization’s official social media channels, brochures, television ads, websites and more … these are all products created by the Department of Communication. Learn more about this valuable team, who ensures all faculty, staff and learners are kept in the loop on all that’s happening at Michigan Medicine.
The COVID-19 heroes you haven’t met yet: Behind the scenes of a pandemic
One of the most important aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic is learning more about the disease and how it affects people, even after death. That’s why the dedicated group of forensic pathologists at Michigan Medicine are so vital to the organization’s response. Click through for more on the empathetic work this group carries out.