Midwest Center for Learning and Innovation

Communicate.

Sharing and exchanging best practices, information and ideas.
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Educate.

Providing information and training by formal instruction and supervised practice.
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Collaborate.

Working with others in order to achieve the best in patient care.
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Innovate.

Finding new ways to deliver the highest in quality and safety.
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Communicate.

Sharing and exchanging best practices, information and ideas.
Learn More

Educate.

Providing information and training by formal instruction and supervised practice.
Learn More

Collaborate.

Working with others in order to achieve the best in patient care.
Learn More

Innovate.

Finding new ways to deliver the highest in quality and safety.
Learn More

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Welcome to the Memorial Center for Learning and Innovation. Our goal is to develop the capabilities and capacities of our healthcare workforce to meet current and future demands and to provide a culture of continuous learning and improvement to support the strategies and business goals of Memorial Health System.

What's Going On

Successful Splinting: Hands-On Fabrication and Troubleshooting
The Performance Health Academy of Warrenville, Illinois hosted education on splinting last Saturday, January 13th in the 2B H.D. Smith Tiered Classroom. The class was held from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. and was taught by Cindy McGuire and Dr. Kristen Davin, both Occupational Therapists with Memorial Medical Center. read more...
Memorial Home Services Infection Control Skills Day
Next week, all of Home Health and Hospice, who make up a large portion of Memorial Home Services, will participate in an annual skills day revolving around infection control processes. read more...
Contractor Safety Education
Andy Hazelrigg, Manager of Environmental Safety, will be leading education next week surrounding specific Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations. These types of regulations are what our external contractors have to be focused on when working in a hospital environment. read more...
Delegation Simulation
Ashley Farrow, who is one of four Clinical Learning Consultants within the Organization Learning department, along with one of the Nursing Outcomes Improvement Facilitators (NOIFs), will be leading a one-on-one simulation next week to assist a member of Memorial's nursing workforce with delegating tasks to other nursing team members that work on their unit. read more...
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