In the scientific field (in laboratories and not only) the concept of quality is imperative.
However, the idea of ​​quality is likely to remain random and too abstract without “specific coordinates”.
Quality basically means investing in technology, education, and improving work-life balance.
Investment in technology means improving the efficiency.
Investment in education can be seen in various forms (networking with colleagues, courses, trainings etc.).
Giving the possibility of a good work-life balance means reducing or eliminating the risk of burnout (a frequent problem in the medical community).
Investments of this type must be remunerative, obviously in a long-term strategy, this means that we must find a system to evaluate the progress of these investments. improving the quality of services, technology, work and life means improving the entire community and invest in people.
This article published in The Pathologist explains how to preserve Quality and what are its benefits.