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Hello everyone and welcome to the March issue of At the Forefront: Nursing Edition. I want to use this column to relay some of the information that I, along with Dr. Michael Howell, University of Chicago Medicine’s Associate Chief Medical Officer, recently presented. Our talk was entitled: High-Reliability Healthcare: Moving from Theory to Practice at UCM. It’s contained here in the entire deck from the forum, which also includes highlights of coming events, and some important […]
On Saturday, Feb. 28, the University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children’s Hospital again joined forces with the Fresh Start Caring For Kids Foundation to offer free reconstructive surgeries to Chicago-area kids impacted by congenital deformities. More than 30 nurses participated in the third such weekend event.
Launched in December 2014, CTIC is one of the newer committees recognized under the shared governance model. Its mission is to listen to the concerns of front-line nurses around new and existing technologies, and bring their voices and recommendations into the decision-making process.
Tracy Cardin, ACNP-BC, FHM, has received the Society of Hospital Medicine’s Award in Excellence in Hospital Medicine for Non-Physicians, an honor that recognizes her national leadership among Advanced Practice Nurses in hospital medicine.
University of Chicago Medicine Nursing's schedule of events for National Nurses Week.
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