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Are white lies used by managers really beneficial in the long run? by Kamal S. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 16 Oct 2009 10:00pm Let me tell you about a little incident from my days as a manager at Effigent. I was managing a project with a small team. We were working on a particular feature which the customer had asked for. I had a call with the customer one morning and discussed the schedule and by when he would like the feature to be deployed. The customer said ... Read on »
Provider Order Entry by Dr. John H. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 2:58pm Last week, I served on a panel to discuss the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative's release of its study about the benefits of Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE). The study concluded that one in every 10 patients admitted to six Massachusetts community hospitals suffered serious and avoidable medication mistakes. This has crea ... Read on »
Whew! Don't have to work tonight...but can't wait to go back tomorrow! by Glenna M. Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 3:00pm I came home from Vegas with a bug. Not literally, of course, a germy warfare in my body. Thankfully, I felt great during the whole vacation but about 3am, 6 hours after we got off the plane, my stomach exploded. Crazy stuff. My head was splitting so at first I thought it was just a migraine, which I rarely get, but after talking to a couple ... Read on »
Going Soft by InsomniacMedic Posted Wed 16 Feb 2011 4:15am The regulars. Some are because they have to be, and we really don't mind. Some are, but really don't mean to be, and we treat them just the same. And some are, because they just don't know what else to be, and sometimes, despite my best efforts, they do my head in. Remember this one, the one I complained about? This is the one about wh ... Read on »
THE ROLE OF PREDATION IN DISEASE CONTROL: A COMPARISON OF SELECTIVE AND NONSELECTIVE REMOVAL ON PRION DISEASE DYNAMICS IN DEER by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 14 Feb 2011 11:22am Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 47(1), 2011, pp. 78-93 © Wildlife Disease Association 2011 THE ROLE OF PREDATION IN DISEASE CONTROL: A COMPARISON OF SELECTIVE AND NONSELECTIVE REMOVAL ON PRION DISEASE DYNAMICS IN DEER Margaret A. Wild1,5, N. Thompson Hobbs2, Mark S. Graham1,4 and Michael W. Miller3 1 National Park Service, Biological Resource ... Read on »
Friends Fundraising by Sarah Patient Expert Posted Mon 13 Jun 2011 3:39am Some of the lovely families I have met online the past few years who have children with varying medical conditions and disabilities are busy fundraising at the moment for organisations that have had a big impact on their children's lives so far in this journey. Parents of one of the children I am talking about have even recently set up the ... Read on »
Petition Asks Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to Allow Kidney Transplant to Disabled Child by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 01 Jan 2012 12:00am You have likely heard of the child Amelia who has Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome and has been denied a life saving kidney transplant by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.  Below is her mother's heart wrenching blog entry about the doctor's visit.   So, a few things about this story: 1) There is a petition ask CHOP to reconsider Childr ... Read on »
END OF THE YEAR POTPOURRI.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 26 Dec 2010 12:00am In addition to the beginning of the Holiday Season this past week, we also experienced the shortest day of the year.  Desperado and Helpful Buckeye have always looked forward to the Winter Solstice, not so much because we are interested in celestial phenomena, but because we love knowing the days will be getting longer. The first h ... Read on »
Undercover racism the worst kind by Bridget L. Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:19pm I am in this group on msn sigh (hush Debbie) and I have never seen a bunch of under cover racist in my life. Some of the things they post in that group makes me want to cyber slap a hoe. For example they are so upset with the interview Larry King did with Chris Rock and Comedian here are some of the sigh replies from these crazy folk. It was ... Read on »
Fibromyalgia Facts, Chiropractic and Myofascial Therapy by DocSpallone Posted Sun 01 Aug 2010 2:02am In 1986, Fibromyalgia (FMS) patients evaluated chiropractic care via a ‘questionnaire study’, as being than  prescribed medication.(1) Follow-up survey figures in 1991 supported the earlier findings.(2) An additional study demonstrate ... Read on »