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Articles from Medical Laboratory Observer (April 1, 1985)

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'Sorry, John, we have to let you go'; encouragement and placement assistance help laid-off employees and make remaining employees feel better about their organization. Umiker, William O.; Heckert, Richard E. 1417
A broker for better nursing-laboratory relations; a laboratory-based nurse tackles problems and reduces interdepartmental friction. Record, Florence 2184
A closer look at fatal transfusion reactions. Edinger, Stanley E. 1504
A cost containment check list; here's what to look for in reviewing five key aspects of laboratory operations for greater cost-effectiveness. Garcia, Lynne S. 1396
A reference range calculator. Sehloff, James A. 396
AIDS: are laboratorians at risk? FitzGibbon, Robert J. column 671
Are you acting or just pretending? Interim management appointments can benefit the laboratory when they are used to groom potential promotables. Day, Carmel Marti 1696
FDA advises blood centers on phase-in of AIDS test. 1762
Our lab week lasted a month; an imaginative Lab Awareness Month boosted staff morale and opened new channels of communication with other hospital departments. Trevelen, Sandra; Lepore, Sally 1418
Test menus and profiles: signs of change under DRGs. Becker, Brenda L. 2223
What does your staff think about you? Barros, Annamarie column 1006
Working effectively with natural adversaries; learn your opponent's fight style, then schedule a fair fight. Roseman, Ed 1324

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