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Laurie Lindemeier

ebola
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The Age of Ebola: A Dallas Perspective

By On November 3, 2014

Working and living in the city where Ebola entered the United States caught me off guard. I wasn’t prepared to see downtown office workers don medical masks while walking the skywalks from… Read More

content creation
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Let it rise, fresh words with fresh eyes

By On October 6, 2014

– The Secret to Effective Content Creation – My mother bakes homemade bread like nobody’s business. She measures, mixes, kneads, punches, shapes, and, finally bakes the dough. At the end of the day… Read More

teamwork
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Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen Causes Fires

By On September 30, 2014

Among my fondest childhood memories are the family and holiday dinners my mother so lovingly prepared. She would labor for hours seasoning, stirring, kneading and battering until her culinary masterpieces were complete. … Read More

proofreading
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The Power of the Red Pen

By On August 22, 2014

Proofreading in the Clinical Trials Industry Proofreading has taken on many forms over the centuries, from monks striving for accuracy as they hand-copied books by candlelight, to the modern-day English teacher’s red… Read More

rural clinical trials
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Rural Clinical Trials: Something to Crow About

By On July 11, 2014

As a young girl growing up on my family’s Minnesota dairy farm, my plastic ice cream pail held many types of eggs at the end of the day. One of my chores… Read More

presenting to a diverse audience
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Presentation Portion Control for Global Palates

By On May 30, 2014

An interview with Melynda Geurts, VP of Operations at DAC “Slow down! Take it easy. Don’t bolt your food.” How often have you heard phrases like these? In the fast-pasted world of… Read More