Past winners include six scientists who went on to win the Nobel Prize
Medical student Amalia Lee learned about being a caregiver from her mom, Naomi, a pediatric nurse practitioner at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and a Lt. Col. (ret.) in the Air Force Reserves. Following her mom's path, Amalia, who serves in the North Carolina Army National Guard, looks forward to caring for children one day.
This morning, a number of ambulatory providers reported receiving an error in Epic@UNC stating that “Outpatient orders cannot be released/placed for inpatients.” ISD has fixed the issue in Epic@UNC causing this error. However, to ensure ambulatory providers don’t see the error message moving forward, we recommend exiting and restarting your Epic@UNC session.
Two planned Epic@UNC downtimes are scheduled Feb. 19 and Feb. 21 as part of a Disaster Recovery Test. Epic@UNC will be down for approximately 90 minutes beginning at 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 19, AND for approximately 90 minutes beginning at 4 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 21.
Please read the following note from Gary L. Park, President, UNC Hospitals, regarding your commitment to our patients during the recent ice storm.
On Wednesday, Feb. 3, the Ebola screening questions in Epic@UNC will be removed. However, the question about international travel within the past 30 days will remain in various admission navigators and during ambulatory check-in. If a patient has traveled internationally within 30 days, the employee documenting the international travel has an option to leave a comment that will be included with the patient's record.
Faculty and employees may earn a donation for their favorite charity through UNC Health Care and UNC School of Medicine's annual Employee Ambassador Recognition Program.
UNC Medical Center is updating the surplus/scrap procedure. Until that process is finalized, please do not bring any surplus or scrap item to the loading dock and drop it off.
The Access Request Center (ARC) went live on Monday, Feb. 1. All UNC Medical Center and School of Medicine users that require additional access should now use ARC to submit their requests. The Identity & Access Management (IAM) team will process SARFs submitted prior to Feb. 1 - you do not need to resubmit these request in ARC.
Researchers at the Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities tracking age-related issues of autism identified an increased risk of Parkinson’s disease in this high-impact paper.
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