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Political activity as a public employee

1/23/2018
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Voting, donating time or money to political campaigns and discussing political issues with friends and family are all ways to participate in the political process. But OHSU employees need to be aware of specific laws and policies that apply to all public employees in Oregon. Guests include: Abby Tibbs - Associate Vice President, Government Relations Jason Davis -Legal Counsel Dr. Brian Gibbs - Vice President for Equality and Inclusion

Duration:00:11:05


Learning to GROW

1/16/2018
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This year, OHSU will transition to a new approach to performance management known as GROW Conversations. Instead of a formal, annual appraisal, most employees will have regular performance discussions with their manager throughout the year. Guests include: Benjy Howe – Director, Learning and Organizational Development Signe Bishop – Learning and Development Specialist and Project Manager for the GROW implementation MLK Celebration: Monique Hedmann – M.P.H. Poem: “This Life for Ours”...

Duration:00:19:11


Global Perspective

1/9/2018
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Having a global footprint is essential to being a leader in health care in this country. OHSU Global gives faculty and students the chance to learn globally for a new perspective on working locally. Guests include: Justin Denny, M.D., M.P.H. Director of OHSU Global, SE Asia David Robinson, Ph.D. Executive Vice Provost

Duration:00:21:23


Sparking a healthier you in 2018

1/2/2018
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New year’s resolutions are a great way to make positive change in your life. Unfortunately, by mid-February, 80% of those resolution fail. OHSU’s new wellness program aims to help employees live a healthy life, year-round. Guests include: Anna Bohnengel – Wellness program manager Cameron Croonquist – Benefits representative and wellness champion

Duration:00:19:03


The future role of nursing in patient care

12/26/2017
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As the health care industry continues to evolve, so does the role of nursing. Changes to nursing education today will help shape the role of the nurse of tomorrow. Guests include: Susan Bakewell-Sachs, vice president for nursing affairs and dean of the School of Nursing; Dana Bjarnason, vice president and chief nursing officer of OHSU Healthcare and associate dean for clinical affairs in the School of Nursing

Duration:00:16:33


OHSU surgeon helps triage train victims

12/19/2017
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On Monday, an Amtrak Cascades train carrying 86 people derailed south of Seattle, killing three people and injuring more than 100 others. Nate Selden, an OHSU neurosurgeon was one of the first to arrive at the scene. Guests include: Nathan R. Selden M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.A.P., professor and chair of the Department of Neurological Surgery

Duration:00:14:31


A gift like no other

12/12/2017
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A gift like no other by OHSU

Duration:00:15:21


Seismic grant award

12/5/2017
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Seismic grant award by OHSU

Duration:00:17:53


Preventing sexual harassment at OHSU

11/28/2017
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Preventing sexual harassment at OHSU by OHSU

Duration:00:21:37


Grow your career, Magnet status recognition

11/21/2017
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Are you looking for a way to grow your career at OHSU? The Career and Workplace Enhancement Center offers classes, career counseling and much more to get you on the right path to find the career of your dreams. And last week, OHSU re-achieved Magnet status. Guests include: Christine Lundeen – senior trainer, Career and Workplace Enhancement Center Molly Clasen – project coordinator, Career and Workplace Enhancement Center Donna Havens, chair of the Commission for the Magnet Recognition...

Duration:00:18:01


Preparing Oregon nurses, Illuminating the opioid crisis

11/14/2017
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The complexity of patient care in a hospital setting rises each year. OHSU academic and clinical nursing leaders are working together to make sure the nursing workforce in Oregon is ready to meet these needs. And three OHSU experts share their perspective and research on how to solve the opioid crisis. Guests include: Dana Bjarnason, vice president and chief nursing officer, and Susan Bakewell Sachs, dean of the School of Nursing.

Duration:00:32:57


OHSU Week: Phishing guide, don't be lured

11/7/2017
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The internet has transformed how we shop, bank, book travel and play music. It has also introduced a new playground for criminals looking to steal your personal information. Phishing – with a P-H – is one way that cybercriminals try to trick you into sharing your valuable information. And it works – more than 90 percent of information breaches are attributed to phishing. Guests include: Joe Voje, Chief Information Security Officer Barrett Adams, Manager, Security Engineering

Duration:00:13:39


Culture eats strategy for breakfast

11/1/2017
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The new strategic plan for the OHSU Health System was unveiled at leadership meeting on Friday. The plan is visualized in the form of a house, with culture as the foundation. Guests include: Mitch Wasden, Executive Vice President and CEO of OHSU Healthcare

Duration:00:17:25


Robertson reappointed president

10/26/2017
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Joe Robertson recently announced his retirement from OHSU but agreed to stay on as president through the current academic year. The board took him up on his offer to help with the leadership transition at a meeting held today. Guests include: Dr. Joe Robertson, president of OHSU

Duration:00:12:33


Flu Season is here, are you prepared?

10/24/2017
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Last year, the flu vaccine protected an estimated 5 million people from getting sick. Getting vaccinated reduces flu illnesses, doctor visits and missed work and school. It also prevents flu-related hospitalizations. Guests include: Dr. John Townes, head of the Division of Infectious Diseases and medical director of Infection Prevention and Control; Christopher Vercnocke, medical assistant in Occupational Health

Duration:00:12:45


Shaping the future of nursing

10/17/2017
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OHSU is a leader in partnership within the school of nursing and clinical enterprise. The influence clinical has over the nursing school, and the schools’ presence on the clinical side is a symbiotic relationship that benefits everyone. Guests include: Dana Bjarnason, vice president and chief nursing officer, and Susan Bakewell Sachs, dean of the School of Nursing

Duration:00:19:01


Benefits Open Enrollment

10/10/2017
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Employee benefits like health insurance are an important element of an employee's total compensation package. Beginning Oct. 23, OHSU employees have the opportunity to make changes to their benefits during the annual Open Enrollment period. Guests include: Abby Clifton, benefits manager

Duration:00:18:20


Conflict Coaching program

10/3/2017
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OHSU’s Career and Workplace Enhancement Center provides employees with professional development resources to succeed and advance in the workplace. Among the many programs the Center offers is Conflict Coaching, a confidential, one-on-one approach to learning to resolve conflict. Guests include: Mary Lind, conflict management specialist, Center for Workplace Enhancement

Duration:00:16:21


Managing hospital occupancy

9/26/2017
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As the state's academic health center, OHSU strives to ensure access for Oregonians who require tertiary and quaternary care. Numerous efforts are underway to manage hospital occupancy and ensure the right patient receives the right care in the right place at the right time.

Duration:00:17:44


National quality leadership award

9/19/2017
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OHSU recently received the 2017 Vizient Quality Leadership Award. This award recognizes OHSU for demonstrating superior quality and safety performance as measured by the Vizient Quality and Accountability Study. Guests include: Troy Schmit – Director, Quality and Safety Management Clea McDow – Manager, Clinical Data Quality

Duration:00:15:35

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