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Applications for the 2023-2024 Quality Academy class are now open.

Jan. 20, 2023—Quality Academy Application Flyer_Final

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Jan. 20, 2023—Quality Academy Application Flyer_Final

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Pilot Projects RFA: Southeast Collaborative for Innovative and Equitable Solutions to Chronic Disease Disparities

Jan. 20, 2023—  REMINDER: Submit your proposal as a single pdf file via the REDCap link: https://redcap.vanderbilt.edu/surveys/?s=E4ALY7PHEFXTP9EE   Please follow the guidelines outlined in the RFA with respect to lay and professional abstracts, budget, CV, community engagement, etc. and please submit early to avoid last minute hiccups on the  deadline of Monday April 17, 2023 by 5...

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Universal Masking Requirement Continues for All VUMC Clinical Areas

Jan. 20, 2023—With the increase in COVID-19 cases across Middle Tennessee, VUMC continues to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines regarding masking in our clinical areas to protect our patients and each other.  All counties in Tennessee that are home to a VUMC facility are now at the CDC’s highest level of Community...

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Microsoft multi-factor authentication (MS MFA) changes are coming your way

Jan. 20, 2023—Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) Phishing attacks are on the rise which results in fraudulent MFA approval requests being delivered to users.  The goal of an MFA Phishing attack is to catch the user off guard and lure the user to approve an MFA approval request that is fraudulent.   To prevent accidental approvals, users will shift from...

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Allied Health’s Dietetic Internship presents 2022 awards for Excellence in Education

Dec. 20, 2022—Laura Skaug and Lori Ann Parker-Danley, PhD, are the first recipients of Allied Health’s Dietetic Internship Excellence in Education Awards.

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Helium balloons banned outdoors to protect LifeFlight personnel, patients

Oct. 20, 2022—The use of helium balloons outside is now prohibited on VUMC’s downtown campus to provide enhanced safety for Vanderbilt LifeFlight’s team and the patients they transport.

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Helium balloons no longer permitted outside on VUMC’s downtown campus

Oct. 18, 2022—To provide enhanced safety for Vanderbilt LifeFlight’s team and the patients they transport, the use of helium balloons outside is now prohibited on VUMC’s downtown campus. However, helium balloons are still permitted inside buildings. “Landing and takeoff are critical phases of flight for pilots, requiring focus and precision. As innocuous as a balloon may seem,...

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Reconnect at Flulapalooza: Free event parking for remote workers

Sep. 20, 2022—We are only a week away from our 10th Flulapalooza event, and even though more VUMC faculty and staff working from home or on a hybrid schedule this year, it’s easy for you to join the event, whether you are fully remote or just offsite on Sept. 28. Flulapalooza starts at 6 a.m. and lasts...

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VUH Virtual Town Hall with Shon Dwyer on Sept. 22

Sep. 19, 2022—Mark Your Calendar for the Vanderbilt University Hospital Town Hall Sept. 22 from 11am to noon via zoom: https://zoom.us/j/91546370302   Special guests will discuss your wellness in terms of Bivalent Covid-19 Boosters, VUMC’s booster process, Open Enrollment, the Diversity Equity and Inclusion Climate Survey, and more. Tune in for the updates you need to know...

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Dunkin’ Shines Gold with Gold Joy Donut

Sep. 19, 2022—Until September 29, customers at Dunkin’ can donate $2.00 and receive a free Gold Joy Donut as a thank you. Proceeds benefit childhood cancer initiatives at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. (https://www.dunkindonuts.com/en/locations)

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