FNNDSC Weekly Newsletter - Week 11

Updated: Aug 17

Upcoming Events

· August 10 - 14: ISMRM & SMRT Virtual Conference & Exhibition

· August 19: Bi-weekly Lecture Series with Ajay Rajaram


Helpful Links

· Fitness at Fenway - The Green at 401 Park

Latest Open Virtual Meeting

· FDA Updates on Hand Sanitizers

BCH Guidance for Landmark Administrative Re-Entry


Publications

Congratulations to the following faculty members for their recent publications:


1.) Dr. Banu Ahtam for being published in Journal of Inherited Metabolic Disease as first author! Read more about her work here.


2.) Dr. Eleonora Tamilia for being published for a second consecutive month as first shared author in Epilepsia, the Official Journal of the International League Against Epilepsy! The publication titled "Photoplethysmography: A measure for the function of the autonomic nervous system in focal impaired awareness seizures" was the result of a collaboration with the Neurology group led by Dr. Tobias Loddenkemper. Read more here.


Landmark Re-Entry Reminders

For those who have returned to work (on a limited schedule) at Landmark or plan to in the future, have you noticed the Covid-19 safety signs?

In Landmark, at badge in before the elevators, you will find this sign explaining that you must check in on 7 East to receive your daily mask and complete your symptom attestation. The check in hours written on this sign are from 6:30 - 10:30 AM. If you enter after these hours, you must check in at the Hospital Main Lobby.

When taking the elevators to the 7th floor, please note that maximum 4 people are allowed in the elevator at a time. There are squares to stand in when you enter the elevator to promote social distancing.

Here is what the check in station looks like:

Check-in Stations will be located at 401 Park/Landmark Center - 7th floor East Lobby (look for signs directing you here)

Hours: Monday - Friday, 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM 

Ear loop masks will be distributed here. Please wear your masks at all times

Hand sanitizer and alcohol wipes are kept in the supply room. Please share supplies with everyone and do not keep at your desks.


Staff are responsible to use hospital provided wipes to clean their workstations, chairs, computers, etc. at the beginning and at the end of the day. 


When gathering supplies to clean your desks from the supply room, please note that there is a maximum occupancy of 1 person at a time for this room. When finished cleaning your desk, please return supplies back to the supply shelf for others to use.

Wear your mask at all times while in the bathroom. Wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds.


Other reminders:

· You should only return to work if necessary.

· Wear your masks at all times unless you are eating or drinking. Please refer to donning and doffing guidelines for how to put on and remove ear loop masks.

· Please stay 6 feet apart when eating. You can eat at your cubicle as long as you are 6 feet away from others.

· Wear your masks when traveling in between buildings.

· For those who have not been to Landmark yet but plan to do so in the future. Please refer to these steps you will need to follow before gaining clearance to return to work.


ISMRM & SMRT Virtual Conference & Exhibition

Click here to find out which topics  and when our FNNDSC researchers are presenting this week!


Throwback

Have you watched Dr. Rudolph Pienaar & Dr. Ellen Grant discuss the ChRIS Project with John Walls and Stu Miniman at the Red Hat Summit 2019 yet? You really should.


How have we adapted to work from home?


Elizabeth Holland used her artisanal skills to bake this beautiful boule in a banneton bread basket.

Read more about banneton bread baskets and how to use them here.


Want to try baking a boule loaf at home? Use this fun easy recipe!


If you would like to share your work from home set up, fun quarantine activities, or pictures of your quarantine pet pals on the weekly newsletter series, please email gauravi.prabhu@childrens.harvard.edu.

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