Eight videos were submitted to this year’s Patient and Family Centered Care (PFCC) Video Contest answering the question, ‘What does PFCC mean to you?’ Videos ranged from puppet shows to one-person testimonials. One child talked about his positive experiences with the UMHS Pediatric Audiology Department while in other videos, entire units collaborated to describe what patient- and family-centered care meant to them.
And the top three winners for 2015 are…
- First Place: 6B Internal Medicine Unit
- Second Place: Kellogg Eye Center
- Third Place: 7W Adult Bone Marrow Transplant
Click on the links above to view these awesome five-minute videos. The winners scored very high in the categories of clarity, illustrating the patient’s perspective, linking partnering to better outcomes, promoting diversity, and creativity. All three winners will receive PFCC jackets and videos will be highlighted on UMHS websites.
“We thank everyone who participated in the PFCC Video Contest,” said outgoing PFCC Program Manager Celeste Castillo Lee. “We had to choose a top three and it was incredibly hard. All of the videos were fantastic!”