Monday, July 10, 2017
Today at Sibley
· Zumba from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in Building D, Floor 1, Ren 2: Friends, family and guests are welcome
·Yoga for Cancer Survivors from 7 to 8:15 p.m. in the Innovation Hub
New Universal Protocol Policy and Education Regarding Correct Patient, Procedure and Site
Sibley has instituted a new universal protocol, Policy 01-08-04: Correct Patient, Procedure and Site, that went into effect on June 23. Click here to read the policy, which describes the process to verify that each procedure, whether surgical or non-surgical, is performed on the correct patient, is the planned procedure and is done at the correct anatomical side and site. The policy includes procedures involving moderate sedation or anesthesia, regardless of geographical location (e.g., procedural area, operating room, bedside). The policy applies unless specific Joint Commission exception criteria apply, as defined in Section II, B of the policy.
All staff involved in invasive procedures, regardless of geographical location, are required to complete education on the policy in MyLearning by Monday, July 31. Please log into MyLearning (available in my.jh.edu) to complete the course.
Try Lebanese Food at Muncheez on Food Truck Tuesday
Come outside to the Building B/C turnaround loop tomorrow from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to try delicious Lebanese food from Muncheez! Dishes include shawarma, salads, mezze and wraps. Click here to see the menu.
Feeling Stressed? Try Mindfulness Meditation Sessions at Sibley and Grand Oaks!
Sibley is offering mindfulness meditation sessions three times per week. Employees, community members, and patients and their families are welcome. First time and experienced meditators are welcome.
Mindfulness meditation, according to Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D., an internationally known expert in mindfulness, encourages individuals to “pay attention, on purpose, non-judgmentally, in the present moment, as if your life depended on it.” The practice can lead to increased calmness and clarity and reduced stress. It can even help individuals to meet the challenges of illness more skillfully and with more ease.
Sessions take place every week on:
- Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to noon at Sibley
- Wednesdays from 4 to 5 p.m. at Grand Oaks
- Thursdays from 1 to 2 p.m. at Sibley
Registration is required. To register and get more information, please call x7602.
Save the Date: ALA Freedom from Smoking Facilitator Training Series Begins Aug. 16
Sibley is offering the American Lung Association (ALA)’s Freedom from Smoking facilitator training series, beginning Wednesday, Aug. 16. This eight-session series is free for Sibley employees and will take place over seven weeks. Participants will learn how to teach smoking cessation techniques, coordinate activities, guide group interaction and deal with challenges. The training prepares facilitators to conduct group clinics of 8-16 people, and facilitators will receive a stipend for classes they lead after taking the training. Facilitators are expected to lead a group at least once a year.
To be eligible, facilitators must not have used tobacco for 12 months or longer. A background in health education or care is preferred, as is experience in similar Freedom from Smoking programs. The class will take place in Building A, Floor 2, Conference Room 5. The first session is on Wednesday, Aug. 16, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information and to register, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Windows Café Menu
Click here to view this week’s cafeteria menu.
Click here to view the July Wellness Calendar.
Sibley In The Community
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Acupuncture Services at Sibley: Employee Special
When: Every Tuesday
Click here for more information.
Deadline Extension: Mandatory JHHS Discrimination and Harassment Prevention Course Completion Due Monday, July 31
To access the course, log in to my.jhu.edu with your JHED ID and password. Then go to Education/myLearning/My Plan/JHHS Discrimination and Harassment in the Workplace Course.
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