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Reduce unemployment to improve patient care by @fionacmcqueen

Staff survey

Another week dominated by workforce and quality of care (that’s the way it should be) and dealing with it at both national and individual patient level is really intriguing.

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day 621: self-forgiveness is the key.

I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to not see/realize, instead of quantifying my process through actively participating in process activities, I see that I am sort of ‘regressing’ somewhat, meaning getting lost in the mind again. 537 more words


I have a love-hate relationship with mornings.

On one side, I love the peace and quiet of being up before most of the world is stirring. 121 more words


Commitments: Connect Marketing to Sales Growth

One of the things that has been bothering me a lot lately is the perception that our job as a marketer is to “make things look good” or to “come up with a name for catchy name or slogan for something.”  Not to say that we don’t and can’t do that, but I hate the fact that often times this is the perception people have of what we do.  463 more words


After the Launch

This last weekend was the launch for COMING HOME, my third book.  I was amazed at how many people came in from from Kansas, Texas, and states across the nation.   148 more words


Talk Patients, Act Staff by @fionacmcqueen

Health and wellbeing

Without wishing to tempt fate, as I’m on call this weekend and am not anticipating there will be a large need for me at work, I’m writing my blog on Friday night and reflecting on another week closer to the Board’s target of All Patients Having a Good Healthcare Experience and no complaints – by the end of 2015.

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Marketing Me

As I embark on my new consulting career, my biggest challenge is to figure out how to best market myself. How do I integrate my skills, experience, attributes and passions into a deliciously tempting package? 191 more words