May 2018


New Cerner Modules and Simulations

Need help setting up your workflow in Cerner?  Want to know how Dynamic Documentation (DynDoc) can help create shortcuts to your documentation?  The Center for Physician Education has created several new brief training segments with optional simulations to assist providers in learning how to efficiently use the tools in Cerner and streamline your workflow.  

Please visit our Education page on the Center for Physician Education website at:  https://iuhealthcpe.org/Education 

 

From the Education tab select Systems:

Select Cerner:

Select a Cerner module for review:

For questions you can email docs@iuhealth.org or contact us at 317.962.2222

 

 

 


Free Skin Cancer Screenings May 7th

IU School of Medicine Department of Dermatology is offering free skin cancer screenings on Monday, May 7, in recognition of Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month. The event will be held from 7-9 am at IU Health University Hospital, Eskenazi Health Dermatology Clinic and Coleman Hall. Appointments are needed. Call 317-916-3525 to schedule.

 


Advanced Patient Safety Concepts in Transgender Care Video Recording Available

Click here  to watch the recorded conference Advanced Patient Safety Concepts in Transgender Care.


Advanced Provider Preceptors: New Cerner Functionality and Job Aid Endorsing Student Notes

Audience: APP Preceptors

New functionality called “Sign Do Not Authenticate (SDNA)” will be coming to the APP Student Cerner position which will force students who sign a note (either Powernote or Dyn Doc) to select a provider to send for endorsement. The note will appear in the message center inbox of the provider selected which can then be modified or addended and will remain in Preliminary status until endorsed.

It is at the discretion of the preceptor and their responsibility to direct and oversee the student’s utilization of Cerner documentation during their clinical rotation.

Click here to review the IS Job Aid for additional detail.

 


BLS/ACLS/PALS Certification Courses for Residents, Fellows and Medical Students

IU School of Medicine residents, fellows and medical students are eligible to complete their initial certification, or recertification, for American Heart Assocation (AHA) approved Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) courses offered by IU Health at no cost.  Advanced certification courses fill up quickly and typically require registration a months in advance.

IU Health policy requires that all medical students, residents and fellows maintain a current BLS certification.  Residents and fellows may require additional advanced certifications (i.e., ACLS, PALS, ATLS, NRP) in accordance with their program requirements.

Course calendar and registration can be found at the Center for Physician Education website (https://iuhealthcpe.org/web/bls) utilizing the same username and password used to complete your mandatory education modules. 

 

 

Course calendar can be found at bottom of page:  https://iuhealthcpe.org/web/bls


Wellness Symposium May 3rd: Physician Well-Being

Learn ways to find balance and build resiliency while working in medicine at the 2018 Wellness Symposium on Thursday, May 3, in Hine Hall on the IUPUI campus. Featured presentations include:

Finding Meaning, Balance and Personal Satisfaction in the Practice of Medicine
11:30 am-1 pm, Hine Hall Auditorium
A pioneer in research focused on physician burnout, Tait Shanafelt, MD, chief wellness officer, Stanford Medicine, will review the literature on physician satisfaction and burnout, discuss data on the repercussions of physician distress, and highlight personal and organizational approaches to promote physician well-being. Register for this presentation.

Creating a Professional Toolkit for Resilience and Well-Being: An Experiential Session
1:30-3 pm, Hine Hall (IP) 132
Hedy Wald, PhD, will discuss resilience and well-being-enhancement strategies, including mindful awareness, reflective writing as a “resiliency workout,” cognitive restructuring, positive psychology principles and meaning-making/purpose. Register for this presentation.

The Wellness Symposium is sponsored by the IU School of Medicine Department of Medicine; Faculty Affairs, Professional Development and Diversity; and IU Health Physicians.


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