A Day in the Life of a DCLS

I realized a few minutes ago when I took a break from all of the required writing I currently have to do, that it had been several days since I posted.  So I’ve decided to give you a description of what I typically do any given day: Arrive at the medical center between 6:30am-7:00am.  It […]

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Wrath of the Younglings

I am trying to keep my head above water in all of the work required, so I apologize for not being able to post as often as we would all like.  As those of us in teaching facilities know, July 1st brought in a new wave of babies … aka freshly born MD residents.  With […]

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Why We Must

While I have been feverishly writing what seems to be the miniature book called a doctorate thesis research proposal, I came across some curious statistics in the literature that I thought my readership would be interested in. From a study reviewing malpractice claims: “The most common breakdowns in the diagnostic process were failure to order […]

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Empowering A Profession

Through this blog I have shared a few experiences of mine in reaching outside of the laboratory to work with the physicians and other healthcare professional to improve patient safety and patient care.  Yes, to do consultation at the level that I have described, and will continue to describe this blog, advanced education beyond the […]

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