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In this week's edition: "Security officer honored wtih Ricardo Diaz Award," "Nurse goes the extra mile for former patient," "Jaff to lead care redesign," "Medication reconciliation: everyone has a role," and more.

Stories in the 06/22/2012 Issue of Hotline

2012 MGH Summer Picnic

The 2012 MGH Summer Picnic is June 28 from 11:30 am to 2 pm and 10 to 11:30 pm on the Bulfinch Lawn.

Claflin award winners selected

Juggling the demands of a career and motherhood can be extremely challenging, but for six MGH researchers, life just got a little easier thanks to the Claflin Distinguished Scholar Award.

In General awards: June 22, 2012

In General awards: June 22, 2012

Jaff to lead care redesign

Michael R. Jaff, DO, medical director of the Vascular Center, Vascular Diagnostic Laboratory and Vascular Ultrasound Core Laboratory, has been named the new leader of MGH/MGPO care redesign, part of the Partners-wide Strategic Initiative focused on ways to improve quality and efficiency of care.

Medication reconciliation: everyone has a role

Medication reconciliation, which is both an MGH policy and a Joint Commission National Patient Safety Goal, is the process through which health care providers help manage and communicate information about multiple medications in order to prevent errors.

MGH Leadership Academy hosts spring lecture

The MGH Leadership Academy hosted its fifth annual spring lecture, "Diversity, Performance and Innovation," June 13 in the Starr Conference Center.

MGH program teaches fathers to engage

What can we do to help men become better fathers?

Nurse goes the extra mile for former patient

Kristin Beauparlant, RN, OCN, remembers walking into Beth Bennett Rice's room to find her asleep with a computer on her lap.

Security officer honored with Ricardo Diaz Award

On June 13, more than 4,500 employees in operations support roles were honored during the annual Operations Support Staff Day in the Bulfinch Tent.

What's Happening: June 22, 2012

What's Happening: June 22, 2012

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