Pulse video update for September and October

Oct 4, 2018, 20:15 PM by Staff reports

Pulse VideoPresident David Callender launched his “Pulse” video update series in May to keep the UTMB family up-to-date on issues affecting the organization. In September and October those videos covered: 

September 7 

Details about the collaboration between UTMB and the MD Anderson Cancer Center on the League City Campus. 

September 13 

An update on where UTMB stands financially at the end of FY18, as well as the upcoming TEAM Awards and merit pay increases. 

October 1 

The Vizient Connection Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada, where UTMB was vying to be recognized as a five-star academic medical center for the second consecutive year. 

October 25 

Update on the UTMB Health Clear Lake Campus. 

October 30 

A congratulations and thank you to employees for their hard work during the recent visit by The Joint Commission. 

There are multiple ways to access Dr. Callender’s video updates. In addition to the recap in Weekly Relays, you can watch and listen to the videos from https://www.utmb.edu/president/pulse. Please use a modern web browser for the best experience. If you are at a PC without audio or speakers, closed captioning on the videos can be turned “On” and “Off” by clicking the “CC” symbol in the video player tool bar (the symbol displays once you hit “play,” on the right side of the tool bar). Closed captioning is now on by default. 

You can also access the transcripts on the Pulse website to read the messages; a transcript accompanies each video. If you are a social media user, the videos (with subtitles) are posted to the UTMB employee Facebook page, I Am UTMB. Facebook will display captions if you mute the sound. 

There are multiple ways to access Dr. Callender’s video updates. In addition to the recap in Weekly Relays, you can watch and listen to the videos from https://www.utmb.edu/president/pulse. Please use a modern web browser for the best experience. If you are at a PC without audio or speakers, closed captioning on the videos can be turned “On” and “Off” by clicking the “CC” symbol in the video player tool bar (the symbol displays once you hit “play,” on the right side of the tool bar). Closed captioning is now on by default.

You can also access the transcripts on the Pulse website to read the messages; a transcript accompanies each video. If you are a social media user, the videos (with subtitles) are posted to the UTMB employee Facebook page, I Am UTMB. Facebook will display captions if you mute the sound.