Perspectives

Nicole Folken, Education Specialist at Mayo Medical Laboratories, discusses how to cut costs without cutting corners when planning a conference or meeting.

By Nicole Folken • July 5, 2018

In this sketchnote, Bruce Thao discusses how historical trauma and resilience impact health equity and their effects on a community. He challenges health care to act and calls for education for providers and health care professionals to help recognize and eliminate these health inequities.

By Theresa Malin • June 29, 2018

In this sketchnote, Jennifer Mieres, M.D., discusses Northwell Health’s journey to empower a community to care through a formalized diversity and inclusion strategy, education, and outreach.

By Theresa Malin • June 15, 2018

Jeremy Zacher, Education Specialist in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, highlights eight ways to enhance your teaching and learning.

By Jeremy Zacher • June 14, 2018

Justin Kreuter, M.D., Clinical Pathologist and Medical Director of the Mayo Clinic Blood Donor Center in Rochester, Minnesota, recently attended the International Consensus Conference for Patient Blood Management in Frankfurt, Germany. He shares five points of interest from the conference.

By Justin Kreuter • June 7, 2018

In this sketchnote, Sharonne Hayes, M.D., discusses the drivers behind equity and inclusion in health care and why we must act.

By Theresa Malin • May 25, 2018

Makenzie Fong, a student in the Mayo Clinic Medical Laboratory Science (MLS) class of 2018, reflects on her time in the MLS program.

By Makenzie Fong • May 24, 2018

Mike Baisch, Principal Systems Engineer at Mayo Clinic, discusses staffing to workload in phlebotomy areas with a focus on off-site operational needs, including paid time off and unpaid time off.

By Mike Baisch • May 17, 2018

Balancing work, family, and personal life can be very challenging for employees. Dawn Doherty, Education Program Coordinator at Mayo Clinic, highlights the importance of employee wellness and identifies resources that may be helpful in your organization.

By Dawn Doherty • May 3, 2018

Mike Baisch, Principal Systems Engineer at Mayo Clinic, discusses staffing to workload in phlebotomy areas with a focus on "on-site operational needs," which is defined as "staff effort that does not deal directly with patients or their samples, or with the indirect tasks needed to support those patient-care efforts."

By Mike Baisch • April 26, 2018

Elizabeth Gamache, a student in Mayo Clinic’s Medical Laboratory Science class of 2018, discusses the 2018's class impending graduation and what they have to look forward to afterward.

By Elizabeth Gamache • April 18, 2018

Heidi Zunker, Education Program Manager, and Melissa Peterson, Education Specialist, at Mayo Medical Laboratories, discuss the 10 types of attendees you may find at a conference.

By Heidi Zunker • April 12, 2018

Justin Kreuter, M.D., Clinical Pathologist and Medical Director of the Mayo Clinic Blood Donor Center in Rochester, Minnesota, highlights inter-professional collaboration through a recap of #Transfuse18.

By Justin Kreuter • April 5, 2018