Michigan State University

Skilled workers are at higher risk for mistakes when interrupted, study finds

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Highly trained workers generally work faster, but they are more likely to make mistakes after they are interrupted, a new study finds.

Nurses who use a smartphone before bed may be more distracted at work, researchers say

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Nurses who use a smartphone at night for work-related reasons are likely to be less effective on the job the next day, according to recently published research from Michigan State University.

Triple S adds board member

Triple S adds board member

Aaron A. Buchko, Ph.D., a professor of management in the Foster College of Business Administration at Bradley University, has been appointed to the Triple S Board of Directors.

  Hand wringing about hand washing

Hand wringing about hand washing

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Now that we know many nursing homes don't meet hand-washing guidelines, let the hand-wringing begin. Hopefully with a generous squirt of anti-microbial sanitizer in the palm first.