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Our department is continually working toward building a positive and safe culture that creates an environment in which everyone can thrive and actualize their potential. In collaboration with the university-wide SAFE program, our department will further curate content and training to assure our members champion positive culture in all areas. Join PIA SAFE PIA SAFE Check-in Form Read our PIA SAFE Newsletters Jan. 2024 Nov. 2023 July 2023 April 2023 Jan. 2023 PIA SAFE Champions PIA SAFE Champions are available to provide guidance and counsel for those wishing to speak to someone following a conflict, not to report concerns of mistreatment or unprofessional behavior. To report a concern, please utilize the School of Medicine’s Safe Reporting program. Meet our champions Enyo Ablordeppey, MD, MPH, FACEP, FCCM, Associate Vice Chair for Diversity, Equity and InclusionBernadette Henrichs, PhD, CRNA, CCRN, CHSE, Director, CRNA Education and Research; Director, Nurse Anesthesia ProgramAlex Shero, AG-ACNP-BCHeather Acuff, MD, PhD, Resident – ASAP ScholarErin Herrera, CRNA, Associate Vice Chair for Well-Being; Assistant Director for CRNA ActivitiesKendall Smith, MD, PhD, Assistant Residency Program Director, Residency AffairsMichael S. Avidan, MBBCh, FCA SA Head of the Department of AnesthesiologySarah Jaber, DNP, AGACNPMel Somerick, CRNAAbby Bisch, DNP, CRNAKirin Khan, MD, ResidentKaty Spal, CRNAMichelle Bloom, MSN, ACNP-BCHelga Komen, MD, Assistant Professor of AnesthesiologyAmy Stabenow, Director Opl Data IntgKara Bockius, Fellowship CoordinatorJoe Kras, MD, DDS, Associate Professor of AnesthesiologyJennifer Stephan, SRNAGosia Borchrdt, CRNAChris Lee, MD, PhD, MBA, Associate Professor of AnesthesiologyParita Sutaria, MD, ResidentMaggie Bradley, CRNAAndrea Liefer, CRNABrian Torres, CRNA, DNPJamie Brown, MD, Assistant Professor of AnthesiologyHerman Luther, MD, ResidentChiamaka Uche, MD, ResidentKelly Chilson, MD, Professor of AnesthesiologySarah Cooley, ACNPBruno Maranhao, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of AnesthesiologySwarup Varaday, MD, Associate Professor of AnesthesiologyBrittany Christensen, Staffing AdministratorScott Markowitz, MD, Vice Chair for Professional Development and Diversity, Equity and InclusionJames Wirthlin, MD, InstructorSara Clarkson, CRNAMolly McCormick, MD, Chief of General AnesthesiologyMeghan Woodham, SRNASarah Cooley, ACNPAllison Mitchell, MD, Residency Program DirectorAmy Yelm, Patient Safety CoordinatorMeghan Creed, PhD, Associate Professor of AnesthesiologyRachel Moquin, EdD, Director of Learning and DevelopmentTaylor Crittenden, CRNAKhatera Najrabi, CRNAAnne DeSchryver, JD, Director of Business OperationsHunter Niemeyer, CRNAAvi Dobrusin, MD, Chief ResidentDolores Njoku, MD, Vice Chair & Chief of Pediatric AnesthesiologyAnne Drewry, MD, MS, Vice Chair & Chief of Critical Care MedicineCorrin Noel, Director of Business OperationsCat Foster, MD, Assistant Professor of AnesthesiologyUchenna Ofoma, MD, MS, Associate Professor of AnesthesiologyBethany Geisler, CRNAAndrea Reidy, MD, Director of QA/QIRob Gereau, PhD, Vice Chair for ResearchShawn Reynolds, MSPA PA-CMichele Grunwald, Business DirectorClare Ridley, MD, Assistant Professor of AnesthesiologyMike Havenar, ACNPJessica Sanford, MD, Assistant Professor of AnesthesiologyMelissa Hector-Greene, MD, PhD, Resident & ASAP ScholarElvira Sayfutdinova, MSN, CRNA FAQs What is a PIA SAFE Champion? PIA SAFE Champions are individuals who possess the motivation, skills, knowledge, and courage to be a catalyst for cultural change! PIA SAFE champions are foremost a resource and ally for colleagues. They are here to listen, support, and guide you should you have a concern or need help. They are trained in tools and techniques to be an upstander. They are able to constructively intervene and support colleagues who experience or witness bullying, abuse, microaggressions, and other events that erode the psychological safety of our institution. They are trained in providing feedback to support the success and continual growth of our team members They are educated in the systems and resources offered by the university and department for additional methods of support. How can I connect with a PIA SAFE Champion? There are three ways to connect with a Champion: Contact Erin Herrera, who will assign a Champion to you, or Contact a Champion above Complete the PIA SAFE Check-in Form What is required of me to become a PIA SAFE Champion? We know everyone is busy, so our goal for PIA SAFE training is to maximize impact for your time commitment. Much of our training, exercises, and outreach can be done on your own time. PIA SAFE training begins with 10 weeks of short weekly engagement exercises. These only take a few minutes to complete but provide you with skills, education, and exercises to get you thinking. At the end of the 10 weeks, we will have an in-person retreat where we come together with other PIA SAFE champions to practice skills and learn more about feedback and upstanding After your retreat, you will receive a monthly newsletter with updates, tips, and further engagement activities, events, and strategies. Complete the form below if you’re interested in becoming a PIA SAFE Champion! Join PIA SAFE Are you interested in joining PIA SAFE to address mistreatment and unprofessional behaviors in the learning environment?  We encourage all who want to champion positive change within our department to become PIA SAFE champions. As a PIA SAFE Champion we will provide you with hands-on, in-person training in the following areas; Listening skills & navigating difficult conversations  Bystander & feedback training Recognizing and addressing microaggressions/microinvalidations/ misclassifications and bias Recognizing and verbalizing positive behavior to reinforce expectations Webform PIA Safe Membership First Name * Last Name * Email * If you are human, leave this field blank. Submit Department of AnesthesiologyWashington University School of Medicine660 S. Euclid Ave.St. Louis, MO 63110Contact Us Twitter Resources Intranet Job Opportunities Directory Policies ©2024 Washington University in St. Louis   Loading Comments...   Write a Comment... 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