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Making a ‘human connection’: Disability advocate to receive James T. Neubacher Award

October 28, 2020

Christa Moran Christa Moran has always had an interest in helping others. Growing up in a family of medical care professionals, family dinner discussions often focused on patients and their care.…

Making a Difference: Caring

October 27, 2020

Employees across Michigan Medicine continue to make a difference and inspire colleagues through their hard work and dedication. In just over one month since the new recognition site launched, approximately 2,990 employees have…

This week proclaimed Respiratory Care Week in Michigan

October 26, 2020

Respiratory care practitioners are well-educated and highly-trained health professionals committed to providing the highest quality patient care in all arenas of health care, including the emergency room, critical care units, medical…

Name the Michigan Medicine MVPs in your area

October 26, 2020

The Big Ten football season may have been delayed by COVID-19, but U-M finally kicked off this past Saturday night in a season-opening win at Minnesota. And much like the vast…

Microbiologists For Diversity

October 22, 2020

At age 11, Ariangela Kozik set up an experiment to determine what brand of dish soap was best at killing bacteria. This venture into science was the start of a lifelong love of…

Thank you Michigan Medicine pharmacy technicians!

October 20, 2020

Hadise Kabil, pharmacy technician, Rogel Cancer Center Infusion Pharmacy Today, Oct. 20, is National Pharmacy Technician Day. Each year, this special day is set aside to recognize the important contributions pharmacy technicians make to the high quality care of our patients. It is the perfect opportunity for you to show your appreciation. Pharmacy technicians are truly amazing. Their hard work and dedication serve as the backbone to many of the organization's pharmacy services.  Did you know Michigan Medicine employs roughly 250 pharmacy technicians? Their skills and expertise are relied upon to package and prepare medications, including sterile products and chemotherapy. …

Learn about the importance of infection prevention during Infection Prevention Week

October 20, 2020

Oct. 18-24 is International Infection Prevention Week — and this year, recognizing the contributions infection preventionists have made at Michigan Medicine is more important than ever! Their work during the COVID-19 pandemic has helped keep faculty, staff, learners, patients and visitors as safe as possible. But do you know all the IPs do? Check out the video below to find out! Thank you to the IP team for all you have done and will continue to do at Michigan Medicine! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43WV-vYza8c&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR0k2Cz7y7KbNeTCNeuF8zV5QC1Ng66l9QB4F1R_mHgg74HdC7eWYYMZvJ8

Five U-M faculty members elected to National Academy of Medicine

October 20, 2020

Five U-M professors have been elected to the highest honorary society in the United States for researchers in medicine and health. They study everything from the brain to health care policy…

Living our ‘caring’ core value: Phlebotomists focus on comfort to ease patient anxiety

October 20, 2020

Having blood drawn, or what people call a “needle poke,” is one of the most common procedures in the hospital — and yet, for many, it can be the most terrifying…