“It’s my job to do the very best we can with patients in this practice. Exposing that small percent who don’t vaccinate to those who do is a disservice.”
—Dr. Harry Miller, a pediatrician with Four Seasons Pediatrics in Clifton Park, N.Y., whose practice stopped treating unvaccinated
children last year, in the Washington Post. “It’s probably one of the most difficult areas of medicine to practice in. On top of that, you’ve got this cacophony in the background that at times gets quite annoying. ... The noise levels definitely, without a doubt, contribute to I would say both error and burnout amongst all health professionals.”
—Dr. Louis Hugo Francescutti, of Royal Alexandra Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta, in the National Post, commenting on a new study finding that the constant noise in a hospital ER was equivalent
to that of a vacuum cleaner.