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MHA Revue - Issue #537

On June 7, the third annual Hospitals Against Violence Hope (#HAVhope) Friday will focus national att

MHA Revue

May 31 · Issue #537 · View online
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On June 7, the third annual Hospitals Against Violence Hope (#HAVhope) Friday will focus national attention on ending all forms of violence with a digital media campaign – shared tweets, posted photos and other online efforts. This national day of awareness unites hospitals, health systems, nurses, doctors and other professionals from across the country, as well as the local and national organizations they work with, to combat violence through the use of digital media. #HAVhope will provide an important visual demonstration of health care professionals standing together with others in the community to combat violence in workplaces and communities. 

#HAVhope Friday: Day of Awareness
MHA Revue will not be published next week during MHA’s 88th annual Leadership Conference. We hope to see you there! For the agenda, visit
Dr. Caleb Dulaney, Radiation Oncologist with Anderson Regional Cancer Center, has received Board Certification in Radiation Oncology from the American Board of Radiology (ABR). Board certification serves as an important marker for the highest standard of care and reflects the critical core values of compassion, patient-centeredness, and a passion for education. Congratulations Dr. Dulaney!
Nurses Save Lives—and Educate Communities
UMMC staff receive service recognition - University of Mississippi Medical Center
Longtime Mississippi U.S. Senator Thad Cochran dies at 81
Creating a Culture of Continuous Improvement
Joint Commission addresses video monitoring
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