Youth Float Party & Ice Cream Social
In observance of the Month of the Military Child, Naval Support Activity Bethesda and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Child and Youth Programs will host a Float Party & Ice Cream Social for youth and their families on Saturday, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the pool in Building 17. Children must be accompanied by adults. For more information, call Daniel Dunham at (301) 295-7849 or Fleet and Family Services at (301) 319-4087.
Youth Health & Fitness Fair
Naval Support Activity Bethesda and Fleet and Family Services will host a Youth Health and Fitness Fair on Saturday, April 21, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the gymnasium in Building 17. The event will include food, games, giveaways and special guests: Washington Redskins Cheerleaders. Come dressed to move! For more information, call (301) 319-4087, or visit ffscmed.navy.mil.
National Research Competition
On Monday the Bailey K. Ashford research award competition will take place in the Clark Auditorium 8 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. This competition is for graduating residents or fellows in the Graduate Medical Education and National Capital Consortium presenting their research done during their program. On Wednesday, the Robert A. Phillips research award competition will be held in the Memorial Auditorium, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. This competition is open to any staff/fellow or resident presenting their ongoing research project. The winner from this competition goes on to the Navy-wide competition.
DAISY Award Nomination
The first DAISY Award Recognition Ceremony for extraordinary nursing team members will be May 7, 11 a.m. in Memorial Auditorium. The DAISY Award is for NPs, RNs, LPNs, NAs, Corpsmen/Medics, who have gone above and beyond in giving extraordinary care to patients. Patients, family members and staff are encouraged to submit nominations now through Wednesday, either by calling the DAISY line at (301) 295-4920 (choose option #2) or by calling Christie Ferguson at (301) 319-4148 or Joan Loepker-Duncan at (301) 319-4617.
Patient Family Center Care Survey
The Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Patient Family Centered Care (PFCC) Command Committee is conducting a hospital-wide survey to assess staff understanding of PFCC principles and their incorporation into daily practices. The survey runs through April 21, is available on the WRNMMC intranet and should take approximately seven minutes to complete.