April 3, 2019
SHC Daily Drug Shortage Information
Click here to review the daily update re: SHC Drug shortages. Click here to review an Overview Summary.
TJC Message of the Week
Click here for this week’s "Message of the Week.” This is part of our ongoing survey readiness efforts here at SHC. The intent of this message is to provide information on focused topics each week, which are based on previous survey issues and important practice reminders. Quality staff will be rounding to check for staff awareness of the message. Please share with your respective staff (in huddles, rounds, meetings and post on your Vis Wall). Thank you in advance for helping SHC to be survey ready.
2019 Physician Wellness Survey
The 2019 Stanford Medicine Physician Wellness Survey is now live. Please take 10-15 minutes to complete the survey. Your input is valuable and will be shared anonymously with department chairs to help guide efforts to improve your work environment. Look for an email from Dean Lloyd Minor, firstname.lastname@example.org sent on April 1, 2019 for your link to the survey. For more information regarding this survey, visit our website at http://wellmd.stanford.edu/survey.html.
PRN Support Program Launches
A new resource for Stanford Medicine physicians is now available. The PRN (Physician Resource Network) Support program provides personalized, confidential support and resources from trained, volunteer Stanford Medicine physician peers. To access the program, email email@example.com. For further information regarding this new program, visit our website at http://wellmd.stanford.edu/get-help/prn-support.html.
Pharmacy & Therapeutics Update
Click here to read a summary of key information and formulary changes from the February meeting of the SHC Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.
Measles Santa Clara County, March 2019
On March 26, 2019, the County of Santa Clara Public Health Department confirmed one case of measles in an international traveler visiting the County. Individuals who are not immune to measles AND who visited the following sites on the dates and times listed may be at risk of developing measles due to exposure. Click here for details and FAQ.
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