Week in Review: Michigan Medicine’s vision; engagement survey going on now – and more!
It’s St. Patrick’s Day, and in case you missed anything at Headlines during this busy week, you’re in luck! The Week in Review is here to help you get caught up.
Over the past few days, the organization gave insight into its vision; faculty and staff were asked to provide their feedback via the annual engagement survey; team members celebrated National Patient Safety Awareness Week; and the Office for Health Equity and Inclusion shared a new self-guided version of its “Building Back Better” training.
Here’s the latest:
Michigan Medicine’s vision: Our discoveries change care. Our care changes lives.
Through forward thinking, Michigan Medicine will continue to be a destination for health care, innovation, education, discovery, excellence and serving diverse populations through integrated, equitable and accessible care. All of those priorities are wrapped up in the organization’s vision, “Our discoveries change care. Our care changes lives.” Click through to learn more.
Vital Voices faculty and staff engagement survey has launched
From now until next Friday, March 24, you have your chance to make your voice heard at Michigan Medicine. That’s the window when the Vital Voices faculty and staff engagement survey will be open. Find out more about the survey, how you can take it and why your feedback is so important.
Better Together: It’s Patient Safety Awareness Week 2023
Patient Safety Awareness Week is winding down, and throughout the organization, there have been numerous activities and giveaways to enjoy. The 2023 theme, “Better Together,” emphasizes that we all have a role to play in patient safety, and it’s important to remember that a safe health care environment is better accomplished through teamwork. Click through for more.
Building Toward Belonging now offered in self-guided format
To date, approximately 20,000 Michigan Medicine faculty, staff and learners have taken the Building Toward Belonging implicit bias training. Now, those employees who don’t need to become LARA compliant have the opportunity to take the course in a self-guided, easy-to-use format. Check out details of this important training!
While The Wrap employee podcast was off this week, last week’s show gave even more insight into Patient Safety Awareness Week. Take a listen today!