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News and updates from around UF Health
For the safety of patients
All UF Health Shands employees and UF clinical faculty and staff who provide care or work in patient care areas who haven’t received a flu vaccination are now required to wear a surgical mask in patient areas and complete an opt-out process. Visit bridge.UFHealth.org/flu for more information and click on the “Opt Out” tab for instructions on how to opt out of the flu vaccination. UF Health Shands Occupational Health Services — located on the first floor of UF Health Shands Hospital (Room 1004) — provides free flu vaccinations for:
• UF Health Shands employees and volunteers
• UF Health Physicians employees and volunteers
• UF College of Medicine faculty physicians, residents and fellows
• Credentialed ARNPs
• Credentialed physician assistants
• Credentialed medical staff
Please be prepared to show your ID badge — you will receive a sticker to display on it after you are vaccinated.
Several options are available for storing research data at UF, including storage options through the GatorBox service, an enhanced storage option for research that features a Dropbox-like interface. The GatorBox interface offers a convenient and familiar interface as well as accessibility on desktop and mobile clients, with simple file sync and share functionality. UF Research Computing staff members recently worked with the College of Public Health and Health Professions to relocate 16 terabytes of data for the Brain Rehabilitation Research Center to GatorBox storage. Researchers and departments interested in discussing their storage needs should email Erik Deumens
On the Web
Want to watch an inspirational video about two kids who had a dream to raise $1 million for a rare disease? Want to learn more about the department of emergency medicine and meet patients who are thriving after overcoming all the odds? To see all of this and much more, subscribe to the UF Health channel on YouTube. Just search for UF Health and click subscribe.