Crouse Docs Rap to Halt HAC

Cheryl Clark, for HealthLeaders Media , January 10, 2013

Brown joined in because he has a particularly keen interest in preventing surgical site infections and venous thromboembolism in the surgery population.

Wasn't there anyone who thought this was inappropriate, I asked Lebowitz?

To be honest, yes, he replied. There was one guy who thought it was stupid. "Sam Liebowitz. My son.  He said, 'Daaaaad. What are you doing? You are not a rapper!'"

Another video is in the works and will be ready later this month.

The Association of Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology is now accepting YouTube videos from hospital teams for its third annual contest

See Also:
Videos Go 'Viral' in Fight Against HAIs

Cheryl Clark is senior quality editor and California correspondent for HealthLeaders Media. She is a member of the Association of Health Care Journalists.
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Bart Windrum (1/10/2013 at 4:00 PM)
I can't help but take the opportunity to piggyback on this and hope that rapping outweighs any small potential for self-aggrandizement! Because I developed an end of life reform rap recently, premiered it at an Ignite Denver talk, and just released a studio audio track of it, en route to making a video. The audio to Windrum's Never Say Die Rap is linked at .




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