Resilience in the Workplace Workshop, July 22

The Brigham Education Institute (BEI) will offer a lunch workshop entitled “Strategies for Building Resilience in the Workplace: Nurturing a Positive You.” The session will include small-group breakouts and discussions about approaching stressful situations and mastering conflict resolution. Monday, July 22, noon–1 p.m., at the BEI Knowledge Center. Register and learn more.

Protecting All the Lives We Touch

Faculty and staff must always facilitate hand hygiene best practices and help educate their teams to respectfully give and receive feedback. Clinical teams are encouraged to take the HealthStream course and download the Speedy Audit mobile app via Partners Applications > Utilities > BWH Speedy Audit (in Windows 10, the file path is Partners Utilities > BWH Speedy Audit). Visit to view the hand hygiene page, which includes our MythBusters video series, a campaign gallery and other helpful resources to keep our patients, visitors and each other healthy and safe.

Nominate a Colleague for the Brigham Way

Every day, Brigham faculty and staff go above and beyond to make the hospital a better place for all who come through our doors. There are hundreds of ways, both big and small, that we care for our patients, visitors and each other. Tell us how you or one of your colleagues goes the extra mile and your nomination could be featured on PikeNotes and TV screens across the distributed campus. Email nominations to Learn more at

Bike Cages and Racks Available

Bicycle cages and racks are available for faculty and staff. Cages are located at the 5 Francis St. parking garage, 221 Longwood Ave. and the Hale Building for Transformative Medicine garage at 60 Fenwood Road. Bike racks are available outside of 70 Francis St., 60 Fenwood Road and 15 Francis St. For the best protection when using bike racks, U-locks are recommended. In addition, there is a bike-repair station in the 5 Francis St. garage. For more information and to sign up to use one of the bike cages, stop by the Police, Security and Parking office, located on the Lower Pike, or call 617-732-5877.