IN THIS ISSUE:
- Protect against phishing, malware; what staff need to know
- A Silver Tsunami approaches: guest speaker addresses aging in America
- CC welcomes attendees of D.C.’s Translational Science Conference
- Diane Rehm discusses radio career, personal life
- Nursing Department highlights the specialty of Clinical Research Nursing
- Researchers have sequenced nearly the entire genome of human, mouse and rat Pneumocystis
- Tannia Cartledge retires from Nursing Department after 41 years of service
- Upcoming Events
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Clinical Center News
National Institutes of Health Clinical Center
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Senator Barbara Mikulski visited the NIH in what may be her final address at the Clinical Center before she retires as Maryland’s senior senator. In her remarks on April 11, Mikulski’s reminisced on highlights of her 30-year congressional career, reflected on her mentorship and support of female congressional members and discussed the importance of supporting medical research and discoveries made at NIH.
As part of the NIH Clinical Center’s continual efforts to improve the safety and quality of care and services provided to patients, the Office of the Director is offering a new training opportunity for staff titled “Introduction to the Principles and Tools of Patient Safety.”
The annual Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey is an important tool that measures Federal Government employees' perceptions of the strengths and weaknesses of their respective agencies. Completely confidential, this is an opportunity for employees to candidly share their perceptions about their work experiences, organizations and leaders.