May 25

Wireless site survey

ISD will be conducting a wireless site survey throughout the UNC Medical Center through June 30.

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Register for the Medical Surgical Conference June 9

There is still time to register for the Medical Surgical Conference on June 9. The conference -- titled “The Unfolding Care of a Complex Medical-Surgical Patient" -- will be held at The Friday Center. Information and registration can be found at this Intranet link under "Resources: 2017 Conferences."

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Change in Reportable Range for Cancer Antigen 27.29

The McLendon Laboratories Referral Testing Services have been notified by Mayo Medical Laboratories that effective May 14, 2017, the highest reportable value for CA 27.29 changed to 450 U/mL. For more details, please read entire memo at this link.

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Now accepting nominations for the Fourth Annual Boote/Gerritsen ICU Nursing Award

The Boote/Gerritsen ICU Nursing Award is a fund to recognize the exceptional care that UNC Hospitals ICU nursing staff provide to their patients and patient families on a daily basis. Nominations are due by July 14.

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Memorial Day On-Campus Parking

Chapel Hill Transit will not operate on Monday, May 29, 2017, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. Regular service will resume on Tuesday, May 30, 2017. Employees that normally ride a bus to the main campus are welcome to park on-campus in the S11 lots. Employees with a current on-campus permit are encouraged to park in their assigned parking zones/locations.

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News from HR

Find out more about an onsite session from TIAA, several scheduled sessions from Fidelity (including one in Morrisville) and a Fidelity group workshop at the Women's Hospital.

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Now Live: MySupport@UNC is the new source for your IT needs

The new ‘MySupport@UNC’ system is now available with the goal of delivering a simple, one-stop source for your IT issues and needs.

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Employees with dependents covered under State Health Plan must submit documentation by July 31

UNC Medical Center employees with dependents covered under the State Health Plan began receiving letters this week as part of a State Health Plan Dependent Eligibility Verification Audit. You must ensure the proper documentation is provided by July to ensure coverage isn't dropped for your dependents!

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Inpatient staff: New handout links in Education activity

As part of a proof-of-concept project for MyChart Bedside (My UNC Chart for inpatients) at the N.C. Children's Hospital, links to videos and patient instructions were added for some of the pediatric teaching points in the Education activity. You may open the links to the documents/videos, but please do not print anything from these links.

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What’s coming with Go-Live #6?: A New Look for Epic@UNC

As we get closer to Go-Live #6, we’re going to start sharing weekly updates about new features that will be available starting July 22. The biggest change everyone will notice immediately on July 22 is the new look of Epic@UNC. The updated design is more modern and there is more white space so that icons and alerts draw your attention more quickly. View screenshots at this Intranet link.

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Memory and Problem Solving in Older Adults

The Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory Laboratory at UNC is currently recruiting healthy older adults between the ages of 65 and 80 years. The purpose of this research is to explore how specific regions in the brain contribute to memory and problem solving abilities.

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