Weekly Wrap-Up @ the Sustainability Blog

Not much over at the Sustainability blog this week with my travels ovresees making it challenging to post. But there are a couple things I’d like to highlight for you this morning:

  • The EMS folks did a brief article on employee retention in October 2007, which they then updated in July 2008. There were some clear, concise ideas about keeping good staff. Might be worth checking out the post if that’s part of your responsibilities.
  • I am pleased to have an interview with friend and SANE program coordinator, Diane Daiber. She runs one of the programs in Cleveland, Ohio and we’ve been working together a long time. I love how here insights both jibe and contrast beautifully with last week’s Coordinator Q&A.

I’m off to a meeting here in DC and then will be stopping home long enough for a change of clothes before heading up to Newport and the Navy JAGs. However I really am trying to get a larger post up about use of Woods Lamps in medical forensic exams before end of the weekend, so stop back, please. You’ll have to bear with me, though–it’s the busy season for me and life’s going to be like this for quite some time…

Have a great weekend!