springHello Spring! It looks as though the mid-Atlantic snow is finally behind us. As the weather brings spring flowers and longer days, I hope you have a bright and beautiful day. Happy Spring 2017! 

-Ron

 

Service Excellence Cohort

The Department of Service Excellence has designed a cohort that is sure to provide an engaging experience for all who at-tend. The three part series will provide attendees with the skill set needed to create and maintain meaningful partnerships with patients and staff. The cohort may be completed in one day or in three separate sessions to accommodate participants schedules. Upon completion all will receive a certificate signify-ing fulfillment of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Service Excellence Cohort. Please register for the courses through MyLearning to reserve a seat.

For more information and the class schedule, click here.

Nursing Research

Marida Twilley, nurse educator, co-authored an article recently published in the journal Resuscitation entitled "Integration of In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Contextual Curriculum into a Basic Life Support Course: A Randomized, Controlled Simulation Study."

View the full article here: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0300957217301144

Social Media Shout-outs

Daivd Duranceau and Kevin Cody now work together on a helicopter in California

Daivd Duranceau and Kevin Cody now work together on a helicopter in California

Shine Watkins from Meyer 9 jumps for joy of nursing

Shine Watkins from Meyer 9 jumps for joy of nursing

A huge thank you goes out to the following people who received compliments this month:

  • Zook, Ciara and all nurses on Nelson 3: "Your care was superb, and I am certain that i am better due to your care and treatment."
  • All nurses and staff in the CCU: "Although things didn't turn out the way we hoped, we feel very blessed that thanks to you, we got to spend another month with my dad...as for us, the family, we couldn't have asked for a more supportive and caring staff."

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