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It’s time for a fresh start, so what’s in your chuck-it bucket?

January 3rd, 2023

Whether personally or professionally, everyone has earned a fresh start as the calendar flips to 2023. That’s the idea behind Headlines’ annual “chuck-it bucket.” This tradition, now in its third year, asks faculty, staff and learners what they are planning to leave in the past. Click through to share what you will do differently this year to make it better than 2022!

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2022 in Review: Headlines stories of the year

December 23rd, 2022

As 2022 comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on the accomplishments, milestones and standout moments from the past 12 months. This year, we celebrated historic achievements, met a selfless couple who donated a kidney to their children and watched as the future of the organization was built right in front of our eyes. Through it all, you have continued to step up for one another, carrying out exceptional patient care, education and research. With the calendar soon flipping to 2023, click through for one last look at the top Headlines stories of 2022!

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2022 in Review: Videos of the Year

December 22nd, 2022

All week, Headlines is recapping everything that took place at Michigan Medicine in 2022. Today's year-in-review focuses on the top five videos from Michigan Medicine, including the one-kidney family, women breaking bias, a spinal cord injury survivor, the 2021 Baby Boom, and formerly conjoined twins.

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2022 in Review: The Wrap employee podcast, Employees @ Michigan Medicine Facebook page

December 21st, 2022

All week, Headlines is recapping everything that took place at Michigan Medicine in 2022. From epic videos to eye-catching photos, in-depth interviews and engaging social media posts, there have been a plethora of ways we have celebrated faculty, staff and learners. Today, click through for highlights from two of the organization’s newer communication channels, The Wrap employee podcast and the Employees @ Michigan Medicine Facebook page!

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2022 in Review: The year in photos

December 20th, 2022

From clinics to classrooms, labs to living rooms, the work of faculty, staff and learners continues to impact countless lives and advance health to serve Michigan and the world. Fortunately, photographers have been on hand to capture all of the memorable moments, scientific breakthroughs and patient stories that have made 2022 a year to remember. As the year winds down, click through for a closer look at the 2022 Michigan Medicine photos of the year!

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Holiday parking and transportation update

December 19th, 2022

The holiday season is just about here! And for the next few weeks, parking and transportation on campus will be modified. Click through for information will help you to plan ahead when parking your car or getting around during the holidays.

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Week in Review: HOPE and JOY Awards; wintertime reflections for health care workers – and more!

December 16th, 2022

The holiday season was front-and-center this week at Headlines. For many, it’s a time of hope and joy, and, not coincidentally, this is the time of year the Office of Patient Experience hands out HOPE and JOY awards to those who go above and beyond for patients. There was also a heartfelt message of gratitude to Michigan Medicine employees and readers learned how to respectfully discuss religion in the workplace. For all that and more, click through for the Week in Review!

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Reflections for health care workers through the winter season

December 15th, 2022

As we enter the winter season, the changing weather and the upcoming new year represent a time of transition. For many, the upcoming weeks can be a time to cultivate moments of reflection, pause and connection. Click through for a message of gratitude and appreciation to all Michigan Medicine faculty, staff and learners from the Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience.

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How a clinical trial expanded options for a patient with a rare cancer

December 14th, 2022

When patient Lori Robertson’s cancer returned, doctors noted she might only have a year left to live. But a clinical trial through the Rogel Cancer Center made her options look brighter. Click through for Robertson's story, which she hopes will help future patients.

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