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DAISY Award

Second quarter 2020 DAISY Awards honor four extraordinary nurses

By Matt Batcheldor

DAISY Awards are given to great nurses all over the United States and in many other countries.

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VUMC in the Community

Shawn Drumgoole and scores of friends celebrate his birthday with a walk to Children’s Hospital

By Jessica Pasley

The man behind the social media sensation "We Walk with Shawn" says Vanderbilt saved his life 30 years ago

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Health, yes

Hot car injury prevention tips as routines change due to COVID-19

By Jessica Pasley

A change in routine can lead to a lapse in thought — and it can happen to anyone

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Health, yes

Safe masking tips during summer months

By Jessica Pasley

What you need to know about combining wearing a mask with summertime weather

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Employee Spotlight

Staff Nurses of the Year named

By Matt Batcheldor

Rosamund Gabrielson Staff Nurse of the Year recipients were announced representing the four entities of VUMC

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Employee Spotlight

Children’s Hospital nurses support COVID colleagues: “Have a cup on us.”

By Matt Batcheldor

A coffee gift card, along with a note of support

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Does my child have a food allergy? Health, yes

Children’s Hospital expert offers COVID-19 “safe play” tips for parents

By Jessica Pasley

Are playdates OK? What are the risks to consider?

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DAISY Award

First quarter DAISY Awards honor three extraordinary nurses

By Matt Batcheldor

DAISY Awards are given to great nurses all over the United States and in many other countries. This is Vanderbilt's latest group.

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Employee Spotlight

As an ICU doctor, Geoffrey Fleming cared for many children who were dying. Now facing death himself, he applies the wisdom he learned from those children.

By Kelsey Herbers

“Sometimes as providers, all we have to do is be brave and ask ourselves, ‘Is this about me, or is this about the patient?’”

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