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How Do You Work?
November 26, 2014 6:15 AM by Scott Warner
As the holidays approach I’m reminded how families get along (or don’t). Our work families are no different. Coworkers with different styles and priorities forced to work together can test patience and professionalism. So long as the work gets out accurately Read More...
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Action Meetings
November 21, 2014 6:07 AM by Scott Warner
Every meeting takes at least an hour, not including prep, finish, and homework time. Many meetings run over. They are, as Charlie Kim describes in the Huffington Post, red wine discussions (might as well drink, because nothing will be accomplished) or Read More...
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One Size Never Fits All
November 17, 2014 6:03 AM by Scott Warner
One size fits all is an advertising gimmick, but we all know it isn’t true. Shelves are too high, microscopes are too low, and there is never enough room for paper. But the reality of our workspace is that it has to be designed to fit most people. This Read More...
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Do Disclaimers Add Value?
November 12, 2014 6:44 AM by Scott Warner
Our tendency to comment results with disclaimers is strong. Examples: Reporting pathogens in a urine culture with many skin flora and adding “possible contamination” Reporting a potassium on a hemolyzed sample and adding “hemolysis may increase results” Read More...
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Smartphone Infections
November 7, 2014 6:01 AM by Scott Warner
Do you remember other kids eating dirt when you were young? It was commonplace to make mud pies, jump in puddles, and put tadpoles in pockets. We all played outside in dirt and grime, bit fingernails, ate baloney and cheese sandwiches without hand washing, Read More...
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Small Town Traps
November 3, 2014 6:00 AM by Scott Warner
I once watched on television a fascinating experiment in which a stranger pretended to be sick on the street of a big city vs. a small town. City dwellers ignored the man, who lay on the ground writhing in pain, but almost everybody in the small town Read More...
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    Scott Warner, MLT(ASCP)
    Occupation: Laboratory Manager
    Setting: Critical Access Hospital
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