I would really like to be sitting here and telling you I have everything together.
That the room for this iteration of the course was ready to go, that I didn’t have to make three calls in order to track down the practice kits and other random supplies and that I could find the agendas.
But that simply would not be true.
In spite of all that, the day went well, the Keurig around the corner had a nice selection of coffees and the afternoon went smoothly.
Evening was more of a challenge. Nothing like trying to see 17 people in about 4 hours. Of course, if there was only one computer program involved it would not be hard. Instead, there is the webbased surveillance system, AHLTA-T for the medical record (clinical notes) and then to the T2 system for lab and meds ordering.
It was late (would you believe close to midnight) by the time I got back to my own little corner of the base; managing to at least get all of the information started, but with a lot left to complete.