November 21, 2014
WellMD News December 2014 (PDF)
This month's newsletter describes how to put some WOW in your life, research on PTSD in trauma surgeons and extra challenges for female residents leading codes, tips on surviving the family holidays, a sign-up for collegial monthly dinners to discuss literature, and the inaugural event of the Stanford Medicine Music network. All Hospital Schwartz Rounds will be held 12/16 12-1 in LK130.
Ground floor renovation at hospital
Significant renovation work is beginning on the ground floor of the hospital. It will include the expansion of the pneumatic tube system, renovation and expansion of the waste dock, loading dock and material management area. The pneumatic tube expansion will occur in the Atrium, D, E and F Patient Unit corridors from mid-November through April 2015. The waste and material management work is scheduled to begin in December and continue through mid-2017. Full article attached.
Register for Duo Today (Replaces RSA for Remote Access)
Visit the remote access portal and click “USE DUO” to get started with Duo in less than five minutes. To maintain remote access, please complete this registration by November 30th.
Duo replaces the existing RSA application which you may have on your phone today. It’s faster and easier to use. With Duo you’ll never need to type in an access code. Please watch this 20 second video to see how much Duo can improve your remote login experience.
If you have any questions or need further assistance, please contact the Information Technology Services Security team.
New Secure Messaging Application for your SmartPhone
Enroll for secure messaging: visit mypager.stanford.edu on your mobile device
In collaboration, Stanford Health Care, Stanford Children’s Health and Stanford School of Medicine are pleased to announce the launch of Spok Mobile, a secure messaging and pager replacement application for iOS and Android devices. Spok Mobile is fully integrated with existing Pager IDs, reliable, easy to use, and HIPAA compliant.
The Spok Mobile app offers the ability to:
- Search Stanford’s paging directory
- Receive and send messages to any other paging recipient
- Reply to other Spok Mobile users and confirm receipt
- Securely share pictures and videos
- Customize alerts for the pages you receive
To use Spok Mobile, please visit mypager.stanford.edu on your mobile device.
For additional information or to provide feedback about the Spok Mobile service, please visit paging.stanford.edu.
Weekly Respiratory Virus Surveillance Graph, November 10 – November 16 (PDF)
Please click here for this week’s Respiratory Virus Surveillance Graph.
Toward Healing: Literature & Medicine® Dinner & Discussion Series (PDF)
To register, please contact Jacqueline Genovese at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, title and department. So far 28 physicians have signed up; however, there are still open slots and you can sign up before the registration deadline of November 21st. Click here for further details.
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