Week in Review: Highlighting Adult Emergency Services; recognizing an outstanding nurse — and more!
The last full week of February has come and gone, but not before Headlines featured some of the faculty and staff who make Michigan Medicine a remarkable place for patients to work and heal.
For instance, readers learned all about Adult Emergency Services, a team of more than 450 faculty, staff and learners who step up in different ways every day. There was also a feature on nurse Amanda Chiti, who earned the Eric Hartwell Memorial Award for her efforts as a pediatric hematology/oncology nurse; the organization shared details of the new Workplace Violence Prevention Program; and employees were given a preview of the upcoming Vital Voices Engagement Survey.
In case you missed anything, here’s the latest:
Meet Michigan Medicine: Adult Emergency Services
On average, Adult Emergency Services cares for more than 200 patients a day at Michigan Medicine. Those patients may have anything from minor ailments to life-threatening injuries and illnesses. Click through for more on this important team, which often serves as the first line of care for many patients within the organization.
Patient award celebrates excellence in pediatric hematology/oncology nursing
Every year, 7E honors a pediatric hematology/oncology nurse who delivers the highest quality of care; serves as a valued resource to their peers; embraces a collaborative approach to nursing; and is seen as a strong positive role model on the unit. This year, that nurse is Amanda Chiti, who earned the Eric Hartwell Memorial Award for her efforts. Learn more about her impressive honor.
Prevention program targets workplace violence
Unfortunately, employees in health care and social service industries are five times more likely to experience workplace violence than all other workers. With that in mind, the organization is launching the Workplace Violence Prevention Program, aimed at preventing harm and burnout within U-M Health.
For more details about the program, click here for the recent Headlines story or check out the latest episode of The Wrap employee podcast, featuring two members of the team that created the training. You can watch the show via the YouTube video at the top of the page or listen via the media player at the bottom of the page. (Please note, the media player is not compatible with Internet Explorer, so open this story in a new browser or find The Wrap on your personal device to take a listen).
Your voice is vital: Organization seeks feedback through annual engagement survey
From March 14-25, all faculty and staff will have the opportunity to provide feedback on what it’s like to work at Michigan Medicine. The Vital Voices Faculty and Staff Engagement Survey will cover topics such as safety, communication, inclusion, teamwork and more. Check out a preview of this year’s survey.