Focus on what you can change, not the economy

August 2008
Same-Day Surgery;Aug2008, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p87
Academic Journal
The article offers information on how to reduce the global implications down to a personal level that can be controlled, including one's job in a surgical department, reducing patient travel expense, and overtime to any health care provider.


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