in the news and shows on TV can affect people¹s perceptions of how
a health care system operates and how its staff members behave. We
need to rise above these negative (and false) perceptions to create
our stories of human dignity, success, and kindness.
Brennan, MD, chief medical officer
continue to follow the influenza prevention recommendations to
protect you and everyone around you from influenza. Questions?
Contact the Program of Hospital Epidemiology at 319-356-1606 or
to our goal of 90 percent!
communications problems is challenging. Read about how the Burn and
Wound Clinic team identified a process communication problem, set
out to solve it, and came up with a creative solution.
careful when posting anything about your work day on social media.
Any details that could help identify a patient must be
types of abnormal lab results may necessitate ongoing
monitoring, additional evaluation, or treatment, so proper
documentation of these results is essential.
Nutrition, Environmental Services, Social
Work, Rehabilitation Therapy, and Respiratory Therapy will be
the next teams to participate in Compassionate, Connected Care
new program called Excellence
Every Time begins next week at the Coralville
Marriott for those who registered. Transportation provided to and
from WCTC and HSSB.
forget to send us your questions, ideas, or feedback on any of
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